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.
What did Tom Izzo have in store for Michigan State's Midnight Madness event this year? Find out inside!
BTN Plus will provide live coverage of Michigan State’s “Midnight Madness” and Indiana’s “Hoosier Hysteria” events tonight and Saturday, respectively.
Best Big Ten campus? Loudest student section? Best Big Ten pro prospect? See the results of our annual Big Ten player survey inside!
The preseason Coaches Poll is out, and six Big Ten teams made the list. Reigning national semifinalist and preseason Big Ten favorite Wisconsin leads the conference at No. 4. [ MORE: Get all of our Big Ten men’s basketball media coverage ] Michigan State (No. 18), Ohio State (20), Nebraska (21), Michigan (23) and Iowa (25) round out the Big Ten teams. Coaches Rankings Rankings as of 10/16/2014 Rank School Votes Prev Rank 1 Kentucky 0-0 785 (24) NR 2 Arizona 0-0 746 (3) NR 3 Duke 0-0 715 (2) NR 4 Wisconsin 0-0 706 (3) NR 5 Kansas 0-0
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
Are you ready for basketball season? It’s on our doorstep, with Big Ten Media Day 2014 here (watch live on BTN2Go.com) and the season right around the corner. The Big Ten storylines are plentiful: Wisconsin looks again to reign supreme, Michigan State moves on without stalwarts Adreian Payne and Gary Harris, and great expectations await Nebraska. There also are plenty of questions as a new era of 14-team hoops begins with the addition of Rutgers and Maryland. As I begind to straddle two sports in the busiest time of year, here are my three questions for each school. Tell me
This much is clear: Big Ten writers really like Wisconsin and Frank Kaminsky in 2014-15, and rightfully so. See our annual beat writers' All-Big Ten team and predicted standings inside!