Each Monday morning during the Big Ten men’s basketball season, the 14 Big Ten basketball coaches hold a Big Ten teleconference with reporters from around the country. We post the audio for each segment of the call here, and we do this every Monday afternoon. Here its below, via BTN on Soundclod.com.
BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart has picked against the Buckeyes the last two times out. He's learned his lesson, and he's picking Ohio State to win tonight. See why inside.
The third week of Big Ten play tips off Tuesday night. Before then, take a look at BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's preview of the week ahead.
The Big Ten office released its latest Big Ten Players of the Week on Monday afternoon. See the award winners inside.
It’s time for Ohio State and Oregon to play for the national championship. Here are seven things Ohio State must do tonight to beat the Ducks.
Ohio State will be representing the Big Ten Conference tonight when the Buckeyes take on the Oregon Ducks in the long-anticipated College Football Playoff Championship Game. The team overcame key injuries throughout this season and finished strong to get into the first-ever college football playoff, and surprised many — including experts writing for this site — with its 42-35 victory over top-ranked Alabama in the first-round game on New Year’s Day. But the football players aren’t the only ones “living big” these days in Columbus. From autism treatment to auto manufacturing, the Buckeyes had a banner year. Here are recent
Nebraska forward Shavon Shields had a special guest by his side during Sunday night’s postgame press conference. Avery Harriman, the son of Nebraska assistant Chris Harriman who recently learned his leukemia is still in remission, took the podium with Shields to talk about the team’s 53-43 victory over Illinois. “My favorite play was the players doing great,” he said. “They did super awesome on the game tonight. I was so proud of them.” Shields had a favorite play, too, and it involved Avery. “I was shooting my free throws at the end of the game, and I heard Avery cheering,
It was a historic night for Rutgers on Sunday night. In taking down No. 4 Wisconsin, 67-62, the Scarlet Knights scored their biggest upset in program history.
Every game has an X-factor who can be the determining ingredient in the outcome of the contest. Monday night, it could be the Ohio State tight ends, Tom Dienhart writes.
What a fun day of Big Ten basketball! Rutgers stunned No. 4 Wisconsin to card its biggest upset in program history and to highlight Sunday's three-game slate.