BTN's basketball coverage boasts its most-ever original programming with the addition of A Taste of Coaching with Seth Davis. The six- episode series will debut Jan. 4.
College hockey dies down this weekend for the holidays, so let’s jump ahead to the 50th annual Great Lakes Invitational, taking place at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit on Dec. 28-29. Michigan vs. No. 5 Michigan Tech When: Sunday 3:30p.m. ET, December 28th How to watch: Sunday’s game airs live on BTN2Go or Fox Sports Detroit Players to watch: Freshman forward Dylan Larkin scored the lone goal in Michigan’s 5-1 loss to Boston College last Friday. He has 15 points on the season. Netminder Zach Nagelvoort had 24 saves on the night against BC. He boasts a .904 save percentage on
CHICAGO – BTN will provide extensive coverage surrounding the College Football Playoff Semifinal matchup between Ohio State and Alabama in the Allstate Sugar Bowl. BTN kicks off the New Year at 11 AM ET with live segments from New Orleans featuring Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo, Howard Griffith and Glen Mason with the BTN Football Pregame: Bowl Edition. The analysts will preview the Sugar Bowl matchup between Ohio State and Alabama. Anchoring BTN’s New Year’s Day bowl game coverage from its Chicago studios are Rick Pizzo, Mike Hall, Stanley Jackson, and Chuck Long. Prior to Thursday night’s Sugar Bowl kickoff, the
BTN senior writer Tom Deinhart writes that hiring NFL coach and former player Jim Harbaugh would give Michigan exactly what it needs: A steely-willed coach who oozes passion, confidence and knowledge. And fiery NFL coach could get what he wants: The challenge of constant competition and complete control.
The NFL Network reported that Jim Harbaugh has made a stunning offer to coach the Michigan football team. It appears Bo Pelini didn't leave Nebraska quietly, and that's a shame. And Mark Dantonio knows that assistant coach Pat Narduzzi will be a head coach someday and that's a good thing. ERead all that and more in today's Big Ten links.
Throughout history, many scientific accomplishments have happened while the people running the experiments were looking for something else. Such was the case recently for Michigan State biochemistry and molecular biology professor Christoph Benning. He calls it a “sideshow” discovery — that is, when you find something in your research you weren’t necessarily aiming for, but it’s still a pretty big deal. His team was looking for ways to create more biofuel from algae. Instead, they may have taken a big step in the quest to cure cancer by finding a “cellular snooze button” that can control the growth of tumors.
There were four Big Ten basketball games on Wednesday. Catch up on all the action inside!
What had been speculated for days became official on Wednesday with the Wisconsin Badgers hiring Paul Chryst as their head football coach.
This week, our BTN hoops analyst gives his take on Penn State's surprising start, Nebraska's inconsistent play and Minnesota's big man Mo Walker.
Bo Pelini was apparently recorded making negative comments about Nebraska and its leadership in his final meeting with players two days following his dismissal.