BTN will stream Saturday’s NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Tournament game between Notre Dame and Northwestern on BTN2Go. Can’t watch it live Saturday at 4 p.m. ET? There will be an online archive of the game on BTN2Go for 24 hours. You can also watch it again when BTN airs if on TV on Monday at 5:30 p.m. ET. Get more info on this game through the women’s lacrosse section of NUsports.com. You can also track the entire tourney with the excellent interactive bracket at NCAA.com.
In my latest schedule analysis, I take a look at the Nebraska Cornhuskers. What are going to be their toughest non-conference and conference games? Where is the schedule seemingly easiest, and then when does it get really rugged? Go ahead and guess which game I call their “must win” game, then read the rest of this post and see what I picked.
The 2012 Big Ten Rowing Championships take place Sunday at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis. This year marks the second consecutive that the event has taken place at the course, and the event will return to Eagle Creek Park again in 2013. The 2012 Big Ten Rowing Championships are a seven-lane, finals-only event. Ohio State enters the event as defending champion after taking an 18-point margin of victory over second-place Michigan. BigTen.org has all the details, including a full event schedule.
Michigan was one of the nation’s most surprising teams last season under first-year coach Brady Hoke. The Wolverines finished 11-2, capping the remarkable season with a Sugar Bowl triumph over Virginia Tech. Some of the credit for Hoke’s remarkable debut has to go to offensive coordinator Al Borges.
Michigan State received great news today when the NCAA granted a waiver to receiver DeAnthony Arnett that will allow him to play this fall after transferring from Tennessee. A native of Saginaw, Mich., Arnett wanted to play closer to home to be near his father who has had health issues.
Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany says teams that don’t win their division shouldn’t be part of a playoff. Good idea? Bad idea? I’ll tell you what I think, then you tell me what you think, but only after you check out my take on Thursday’s selected Big Ten football headlines.