Both men’s basketball and hockey will be featured in doubleheaders in New York City from 2016-2019. The first doubleheader will include a series between both Michigan and Penn State in hockey and basketball. Learn more in this week's Big Ten Hockey Report.
In Thursday's Big Ten links we look that stories on the Cotton Bowl being a good fit for Michigan State, the NCAA president looking back at the Penn State scandal, and at least one Big ten hoops coach who likes to see the men's tournament headed to New York City. Get caught up in this post.
A novel idea from a pair of former University of Illinois students led to a small business that could potentially revolutionize wheelchair manufacturing — which, historically, is not exactly the most dynamic industry. The company, called IntelliWheels, applies the concept of bicycle gears to wheelchairs, with the aim of giving the user more mobility and speed. Specifically, it claims its solutions can help wheelchair users move with half the effort without the use of motors or additional maintenance. Co-founders Marissa Siebel and Scott Daigle started the company nearly five years ago. Daigle, CEO of IntelliWheels, got the idea for the
Wednesday night featured a jam-packed slate of Big Ten basketball action. Catch up on all the action inside!
For the second time in three years, Wisconsin is in the market for a football coach with Gary Andersen shockingly taking the Oregon State job.
Gary Andersen announced Wednesday that he has taken the Oregon State job. It was a surprising move, and one look at his players' tweets proves just that.
Wisconsin head coach Gary Andersen announced Wednesday that he is taking the Oregon State job, which opened up when Nebraska hired Mike Riley.
Wednesday's "Journey" finale will spotlight the Big Ten championship game. Get all the details inside!
This week, Jess Settles takes a look at Iowa's win over its nemesis, its huge rivalry game Friday night and Michigan's recent struggles.
The Big Ten was home to two of the top 10 highest-paid college football assistants in 2014. Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi came in at No. 7 ($907,033) to pace the Big Ten, while Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison was No. 10 ($888,333). Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster topped the list ($1,369,500), $6,500 ahead of Alabama DC Kirby Smart. The Big Ten had 10 assistants land in the top 50. Surprisingly, Big Ten champ Ohio State wasn’t represented until No. 33 (Luke Fickell; $600,000). BIG TEN COACHES IN TOP 50 7. Pat Narduzzi, Michigan State – $907,033 10.