Four Big Ten players were selected in last week's NBA Draft, but some prominent names went undrafted. Where did the Big Ten's undrafted talent end up signing for the summer?
The Atlantic Coast and Big Ten Conferences on Monday announced the dates for the 19th annual Big Ten-ACC Challenge. The matchups, featuring all 14 Big Ten teams and all but one ACC member, were announced on June 8.
Four Big Ten players were selected in Thursday's NBA Draft, including three in the first round.
Tom Brady and family are vacationing in Beijing, and it sure looks like they are enjoying themselves. The vacation itinerary included some good old fashioned sumo wrestling.
Upsets. They happen. Ask Iowa fans, who won’t soon forget losing at home to FCS North Dakota State last season. Northwestern can sympathize, as the Wildcats fell at home to Illinois State in 2016. No doubt, more upsets will take place this fall.
Ty Higgins is an Ohio State fan - a very big one, in fact. His neighbor is a Michigan fan. So Higgins had some fun with his neighbor who asked him to watch his house.
Few things get fans more excited than an upset. Most will fondly recall the time their school knocked off a team that it was supposed to lose to. Some upsets of note of recent vintage are Michigan State taking down Ohio State in Columbus in 2015.
With the 2017 NBA Draft taking place Thursday, we looked back at how the top picks from the Big Ten over the last decade have fared.
They are on every schedule—even your school’s. They are the easy games. You know, games that look like a sure win. Some call them “creampuff games” or “layups.” Get Tom Dienhart's pick for each Big Ten school's easiest game this season.
Look at your school’s schedule. Now, get out a red pen and circle the game you feel is a “must win.” You know, the game that your team can't afford to drop in order to reach its season goals, whether that be bowl eligibility or a division crown.