The Big Ten regular season came to a close Sunday night. Now, it's time to check out Stephen Bardo's latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal.
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The 2015 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament bracket was released Sunday night. See the full bracket and find out how to watch all 13 games inside.
"BTN Live" will announce the 2015 All-Big Ten Men's Basketball Teams and individual award winners at 6 p.m. ET Monday night. See BTN.com's teams and honors inside.
And just like that, the Big Ten regular season is over. The final week provided plenty of dramatics, despite Wisconsin entering the week owning a share of the Big Ten crown. The Badgers wrapped up the outright title, their first since 2008, in Tuesday night’s win at rival Minnesota. Now, it’s off to the Big Ten tourney, which starts Wednesday at the United Center. Before we focus all of our attention on the tourney, here’s my recap of the week that was. Biggest surprise: Purdue. No one saw the Boilermakers finishing 12-6 in league action after a sluggish effort in
The 2015 Big Ten Wrestling Championships aired live on BTN on Sunday afternoon. Watch the replay on BTN2Go. [ MORE: Gallery: See our favorite USA Today Sports photos ] Big Ten dual champion Iowa and Ohio State, the host team, tied for the Big Ten Championships crown, both amassing 120 points. The Hawkeyes could have made it an outright crown with a Bobby Telford heavyweight victory in the event’s final matchup, but Northwestern’s Mike McMullan was victorious, much to the delight of the Ohio State fans. The result marked just the sixth time the Big Ten Wrestling Championships ended in
Section "A" and "B" seats are gone, and the giant tarp is up at @StateFarmCenter! More here: http://t.co/jgNXRVrWZO pic.twitter.com/8wxcLeheVO — State Farm Center (@StateFarmCenter) March 9, 2015 State Farm Center wasted no time getting to work on its latest renovations. It started pretty much right after Illinois’ home finale victory over Nebraska on Wednesday night, in fact. No. 8 seed Illinois opens the Big Ten tourney vs. No. 9 seed Michigan at noon ET Thursday on BTN/BTN2Go. Check out several photos of the renovations below. Awesome time-lapse of the load-out of @IlliniHoops and the start of "A" section demolition: http://t.co/xKXDw5YEZA
It's the final day of the regular season, and there's still plenty to be decided when it comes to the Big Ten tournament seeds. See all of the scenarios inside.
Ohio State currently sits in first place after the first day of the 2015 Big Ten Wrestling Championships in Columbus, Ohio. The Buckeyes surpassed the No. 2-ranked Iowa Hawkeyes, who were in first place after Session 1, which took place earlier on Saturday.
Hours after Indiana’s Hanner Mosquera-Perea slammed home what some called the Big Ten’s top dunk of the season, Illinois’ Rayvonte Rice threw another contender into the mix. Rice threw down a powerful, and I mean powerful, alley-oop in the first half of Illinois’ season finale at Purdue. “Oh my, goodness!” BTN color commentator Jon Crispin said. “I didn’t think there was any chance he was catching that one, but he went Grant Hill on us.” It was a thing of beauty. Check it out in the video above. Hello! Rayvonte Rice just put the "Flyin'" back in the Flyin' Illini