Nebraska’s Tim Miles and Indiana’s Tom Crean had a heated conversation after a hard foul during Indiana’s win at Nebraska on Wednesday night. With just under 10 minutes left, Indiana’s Hanner Mosquera-Perea went up for an alley-oop and was taken to the floor on a hard foul. Before Mosquera-Perea could attempt his free throws, Miles and Crean delayed the action with an exchange that required the officials to call for a quick meeting with the coaches near the scorer’s table. Watch the video above.
During football and basketball games, BTN LiveBIG will spotlight notable examples of research, innovation and community service from around the conference. In-Game stories will provide more background on these features, and the opportunity to view the videos again. One out of 68 children born in the U.S. have some form of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). And billions of dollars and thousands of medical professionals have been marshalled to help affected kids meet that challenge. However, very little resources have been devoted to treatment and support for adults with autism. As a result, many ASD sufferers who made great strides in
Four Big Ten football games in action on New Year’s Day and BTN/BTN2Go has you covered with pre-game and post-game shows. Michigan State, Minnesota and Wisconsin kick off in the afternoon before Ohio State takes on Alabama at night. Online, follow in-game updates on our Big Ten Bowl Game scoreboard. On TV, get more coverage surrounding the College Football Playoff Semifinal matchup between Ohio State and Alabama in the Allstate Sugar Bowl. Remember that all our Big Ten TV coverage is also available live via BTN2Go, our digital extension of BTN that delivers live and on-demand programming to existing BTN subscribers via the
Happy New Year's Eve Day! Look back at today's Big Ten hoops action inside this post.
BTN.com's Tom Dienhart is in New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl, and he's got seven keys to a Thursday night win for Ohio State. From biog plays to unconventional ones, here's what Dienhart will be looking for when the Buckeyes kick off against Alabama.
Ohio State fans are having fun with Nick Saban's statue in Tuscaloosa.
With the New Year just about here, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart is taking a look back at the bets of 2014 Big Ten football.
It's Wednesday, and that means it's time for BTN basketball analyst Jess Settles' latest Three Takes. See what's on Settles' mind inside.
As you would suspect, the reaction to Jim Harbaugh’s hiring at Michigan created quite a wake around Big Ten country. Here are some reactions from various outlets. Let’s begin with some video of Harbaugh addressing the Crisler Center crowd at a basketball game on Tuesday. He’s already a rock star. And Harbaugh’s mojo must have helped the Wolverines rally to beat Illinois. Pennlive.com: Michigan’s coaching hire is a boon to the Big Ten and Penn State. NJ.com: Harbaugh’s contract takes Big Ten arms race to another level. Mlive.com: Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio acknowledged Harbaugh’s hiring, but he’s staying focused
Braxton Miller will be back with Ohio State in 2015, according to Urban Meyer. Speaking to the media this morning, Meyer indicated he had talked to Miller—who will be a senior next season--about the situation after he suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in August.