We've had a few weeks to assess Big Ten teams now, so it's a good time for BTN analyst Jon Crispin to offer his first Big Ten Power Rankings. Quick note: This year's weekly list will feature the top 10 teams, as opposed to the entire conference in past years.
It's time for the 18th playing of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. It all tips off Monday night, with a pair of games, and continues through Wednesday night. Get BTN analyst Jon Crispin's preview inside.
Peter Jok exploded for a career-high 42 points, but it wasn't enough to carry Iowa past Memphis Saturday at the Emerald Coast Classic. The Tigers defeated the Hawkeyes, 100-92.
The biggest change in Jess Settles' latest Big Ten Player Rankings? Iowa's Peter Jok, the reigning Big Ten Player of the Week, moves up two spots to enter the top half of the list.
The Big Ten office released its weekly Big Ten men's basketball honors Monday afternoon. See the honorees inside.
Peter Jok scored 27 points as Iowa trounced Texas-Rio Grande Valley, 95-67 on Sunday at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Jok left the game in the second half with an injury.
Iowa lost at home Thursday to Seton Hall, but freshman Tyler Cook provided a glimpse of the future with an electrifying 24-point effort.
Some players moved around from the first to second week in my weekly player rankings, but Badgers big man Nigel Hayes remained top dog.
Make no mistake, the Big Ten POY award is completely up for grabs this season! And in an era dominated by guards, the Big Ten boasts some of the top forwards and centers in the country. Just the way I like it!
The 2016-17 season opens Friday night. Before the ball goes up in the air, though, I wanted to take a look at one question facing each Big Ten team.