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Video: Hoosiers videobomb Tracy Smith -- again

Indiana enjoys videobombing head coach Tracy Smith’s BTN dugout interviews. They did it during the season-ending series vs. Minnesota, and they did it in their Big Ten tourney opener Wednesday vs. Iowa, Smith’s first in-game interview since being named Big Ten Coach of the Year. Watch the Hoosiers look very serious behind Smith in this post. Smith’s reaction to learning his team was videobombing him again? “Are they doing it again?” Smith said. “They’re doing it again, yeah,” BTN play-by-play announcer Kevin Kugler responded. Smith chuckled and said, “Oh boy!” Baseball is all about being loose and having fun, and

Get ready for the 2014 Big Ten baseball tourney

The 2014 Big Ten Baseball Tournament gets underway Wednesday morning at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb. Before your team opens the double-elmination tourney get out Day 1 preview. Reminder: this year’s field includes eight teams, two more than it has had in each of the last 14 seasons. [ MORE: View the tourney bracket | Tourney central | BTN announces tourney coverage ] Here’s a look at the eight teams: 1. Indiana Record: 21-3 (38-13) Day 1 opponent: No. 8 Iowa Probable Day 1 starter: Joey DeNato – 11-3, 1.83 ERA Tidbit: The Hoosiers put eight players on the

Gallery: First look at B1G tourney at TD Ameritrade Park

The 2014 Big Ten Baseball Tournament starts Wednesday morning at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb., home of the College World Series. On Tuesday, the teams took the field for some practice. See a photo gallery from the day in this post. [ MORE: View the tourney bracket | Tourney central | BTN announces tourney coverage ] 2014 BIG TEN BASEBALL TOURNAMENT (ALL TIMES CT) HOW TO WATCH LIVE LIVE STATS Wednesday, May 21 Game 1: No. 3 Illinois vs. No. 6 Michigan State 9 a.m. None Gametracker Game 2: No. 2 Nebraska vs. No. 7 Ohio State 1 p.m.

BTN announces Big Ten baseball tourney coverage

CHICAGO – BTN’s coverage of the Big Ten Baseball Tournament begins at 6 PM ET on Wednesday with No. 1 Indiana vs. No. 8 Iowa from TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb., home of the College World Series. The network will also carry games 6, 7 and 8 on Thursday, each game Friday and Saturday and the Big Ten Baseball Tournament Championship Game, which will air at 2 PM ET on Sunday. Kevin Kugler and Scott Pose have the call for Wednesday and Thursday games. Eric Collins and Danan Hughes will call games 9-12 on Friday and Saturday, with Lisa

View the 2014 All-Big Ten baseball teams & award winners

The Big Ten on Tuesday announced the 2014 baseball All-Big Ten Teams and individual award winners, as voted by the conference’s coaches. Indiana’s Sam Travis was the unanimous choice for Player of the Year, teammate Joey DeNato garnered Pitcher of the Year accolades and Tracy Smith was tabbed Coach of the Year, while Ohio State’s Tanner Tully took home Freshman of the Year honors. The complete list of All-Big Ten teams and award winners can be found below. — [ MORE: Read full release at ] ALL-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM C – KYLE SCHWARBER, IND 1B – SAM

2014 B1G baseball tournament schedule

The Big Ten released the 2014 Big Ten Baseball Tournament bracket on Saturday evening, with Indiana securing the top seed after winning its second straight conference title. The Hoosiers claimed the No. 1 seed in the Big Ten Tournament after going 21-3 in conference play. This year’s tournament will feature an eight-team field for the first time and will be held May 21-25 at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb., home of the College World Series. The tournament’s double-elimination format will culminate with the title game at 1 p.m. on Sunday. The tournament champion will earn the conference’s automatic berth

Video: Watch Saturday's Big Ten baseball highlights

Looking for the top plays from Saturday’s Big Ten baseball action? We clipped all of the highlight packages from Saturday’s games and posted them here. Check out all the highlights in this post. [ MORE: Get Big Ten baseball recaps ] Ohio State 5, Northwestern 2 Indiana 8, Minnesota 0 Nebraska 7, Illinois 4 Kansas 8, Michigan 2 Other Big Ten baseball scores Purdue 6, Iowa 4 Michigan State 7, Penn State 6  

Indiana seals second straight outright Big Ten title

For the second consecutive season, Indiana is the outright Big Ten champion. The Hoosiers, who owned a share of the conference title entering the final series of the season, wrapped up the outright crown Friday night by virtue of Illinois’ victory over second-place Nebraska. Indiana did its part, too, knocking off Minnesota, 7-3, later in the night to tally its 20th Big Ten win. “To be able to do it two years in a row, that’s pretty special,” Indiana head coach Tracy Smith said. The Hoosiers close out the regular season Saturday vs. Minnesota before heading to the Big Ten

Video: Tom Crean throws out first pitch

Tom Crean threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Minnesota-Indiana baseball game Thursday night. The Hoosiers, who were looking to clinch their second consecutive outright Big Ten title, lost a 2-1 decision in extra innings. Indiana can wrap up the outright crown with a win Friday or Saturday. It could also do it with a Nebraska loss in one of its final two games. Watch Indiana host Minnesota at 8 p.m. ET tonight on BTN/BTN2Go. Here are Thursday night’s Big Ten baseball highlights: Minnesota at Indiana: Northwestern at Ohio State:    

Indiana wins share of second straight B1G baseball title

With a 9-2 victory over Penn State on Sunday, the Indiana baseball team clinched at least a share of its second straight Big Ten regular season title. The Hoosiers, who have won a program-record 19 Big Ten games, close out the conference slate with a three-game series vs. Minnesota Thursday-Saturday at Bart Kaufman Field. [ MORE: View the latest Big Ten baseball standings ] Indiana, which advanced to last year’s College World Series, can clinch the outright crown with a win in any of their final three games vs. Minnesota, starting Thursday. Bus load of Champions. — Tracy