Michelle McMahon and Dan Kelly bring you the debut of the “BTN Hockey Report” with their early impressions and an update on the Big Ten/Hockey East Challenge.
What was the top play from this year's Big Ten basketball exhibition season? Find out inside!
Is Tom Dienhart buying or selling J.T. Barrett as the Big Ten MVP? What about Rutgers' bowl hopes? See his thoughts inside.
Another weekend of college hockey is in the books and Minnesota continues their dominance atop the national rankings. Let’s have a look at the last weekend as well as the weekend ahead. The Big Ten contenders in the Hockey East/Big Ten challenge did well over the weekend. Remember the point scoring for this series? It’s two points for a win, one point for a tie, and a bonus point for a win on the road. Minnesota swept Notre Dame at home winning 5-0 Friday and 4-2 Sunday to earned the Big Ten four points. Michigan State split with New Hampshire
In Thursday's Big Ten links, we spin around the latest headlines and find a nice story on Minnesota's Maxx Williams, a good look at Michigan basketball coach John Beilein, and a very intriguing argument for Nebraska as the nation's biggest college football playoff darkhorse. Dive in and read them all.
Could something commonly associated with the dentist's office help avoid hair loss during chemotherapy?
Who wins Week 12 Big Ten games? See our team's picks and select your winners inside!
BTN Soccer Report unveiled the 2014 All-Big Ten Men’s Soccer teams and individual honors Wednesday night. See all of the honorees below. [ MORE: Watch Maryland vs. Michigan State | Watch Ohio State vs. Indiana ] 2014 MEN’S SOCCER ALL-BIG TEN TEAMS AND INDIVIDUAL HONORS Coach of the Year: John Bluem, Ohio State Offensive Player of the Year: Connor Maloney, Penn State Midfielder of the Year: Jay Chapman, Michigan State Defensive Player of the Year: Nikko Boxall, Northwestern Goalkeeper of the Year: TYLER MILLER, Northwestern Freshman of the Year: Grant Lillard, Indiana ALL-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM F: Femi Hollinger-Janzen, Indiana
Big Ten football teams celebrated Veterans Day this past weekend, and the Michigan State band had one of the coolest tributes. At halftime of the team’s game vs. Ohio State on Saturday night at Spartan Stadium, the band put on a memorable “Veterans Day Tribute.” The best par came at the end, as the finale featured the band members forming the outline of the United States and then the American Flag, stretching from one end zone to the other. It’s really cool stuff, and you can check it out at the 6:05 mark in the video below.
The numbers for the Wisconsin defense are impressive. But, in Nebraska, the stout unit is about to face its biggest test of the season.