What were the top moments from Friday night's Big Ten hoops action? Find out inside!
How many Big Ten stars landed on ESPN.com's list of the top 100 players in college basketball this season? Find out inside!
Five Big Ten men's basketball teams landed on the first AP Top 25 poll. Get all the details inside!
Who does CBSSports.com College Basketball Insider Gary Parrish have on his list of the top 100 players for 2014-15? Find out inside!
November is almost here, and that means the college basketball season is about to tip. Before that happens, here's a look at the teams' 2014-15 schedule posters.
The NBA season tips off tonight. Take a look at the former Big Ten stars on NBA opening day rosters inside.
Best Big Ten campus? Loudest student section? Best Big Ten pro prospect? See the results of our annual Big Ten player survey inside!
The Big Ten has a number of touted freshmen entering the league this season. There’s Indiana’s James Blackmon, Maryland’s Melo Trimble and Northwestern’s Vic Law, to name a few. But the best of all may be Ohio State’s DeAngelo Russell, the favorite to be Big Ten Freshman of the Year. According to some recruiting services, Russell was the No. 3 shooting guard in the nation. He also is the 11th McDonald’s All-American inked during the Thad Matta era. “I think with D’Angelo, all I can say right now is I’m very pleased with how he’s playing in practice, the strides
BTN & BTN2Go aired the 2014 Big Ten Basketball Media Day live on Thursday. The Big Ten Media Day TV show will air again at 8 p.m. ET Thursday. Video of each coach’s press conferences is also posted inside this post. A topic of conversation at Big Ten Media Day was the new scheduling format, which was necessitated with the additions of Maryland and Rutgers to make the Big Ten a 14-team league. League teams will play five double-plays and eight single-plays each season. It will be a true rotation without protected rivals or preference to geography. Previously, Big Ten
Illinois is an intriguing team, returning all of its starters. And the Illini also have added two transfers in Ahmad Starks (Oregon State) and Aaron Cosby (Seton Hall) that John Groce says have made difference. But how will Illinois do without Tracy Abrams, who suffered a knee injury this fall that will force him to miss the season? “For us we’re going to be fine,” said Groce. “We’ve got Ahmad Starks who’s been terrific on the offensive end. He packs a big-time punch. Yesterday we scrimmaged and he probably had his best practice of his career at Illinois. We’ve got