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.
Big Ten champion and No. 2 Iowa sits in first place after Session I of the 2015 Big Ten Wrestling Championships in Columbus, Ohio.
Indiana coach Tom Crean came under heavy scrutiny this week. On Saturday, he might have gotten the biggest endorsement of all.
It’s been a struggle for Michigan State at the free-throw line this year. [ MORE: You see this incredible dunk? | Iowa honors Roy Marble ] The Spartans entered Saturday’s game at Indiana shooting 62.9 percent as a team from the charity stripe. They went 11-of-20 (55 percent) in the wild 74-72 road win, which lowered the season total to 62.7 percent. Funny thing is, Tom Izzo wanted them to go 10-of-20, as he told Marvin Clark Jr. to miss a free throw with 0.7 seconds left and the Spartans leading by one. Clark hit the shot, and Izzo’s reaction
Much of the talk during the final week of the Big Ten men’s basketball regular season revolves around the expanded conference tourney field, and, in particular, the coveted double-byes. The top four teams receive double-byes into next Friday’s quarterfinals at the United Center. Big Ten champ Wisconsin and Maryland have clinched double-byes, but who can claim the remaining two? BTN researcher Harold Shelton lays out the possible Big Ten Tournament scenarios below after Thursday night’s action. 1. Wisconsin (15-2): at Ohio State Already clinched double-bye and #1 seed 2. Maryland (13-4): at Nebraska Already clinched double-bye and #2 seed 3.
The final weekend of the regular season is on our doorstep. And, there isn’t much drama at the top. Wisconsin has sewn up the Big Ten title outright, doing so with a win at Minnesota last night. Maryland, Ohio State, Michigan State and Iowa have NCAA bids basically wrapped up. But Purdue, Illinois and Indiana have some urgency, as they fight to enhance their NCAA resumes this weekend before the Big Ten tourney starts next week in Chicago. Indiana plays host to Michigan State on Saturday needing to taste victory. The Hoosiers began Big Ten play 5-1 and thinking big.
The Big Ten saw three schools make coaching changes after last season, with Michigan, Wisconsin and Nebraska all bringing in new leaders. But other schools didn’t stand pat, making significant changes to their staffs. Here’s a look at the six key coaching changes made on existing staffs after 2014. 1. Ohio State: Tim Beck, co-offensive coordinator: When offensive coordinator Tom Herman took the Houston job, Urban Meyer scored a home run when he landed this former Nebraska play-caller. Beck is a Youngstown, Ohio, native who is well-connected in Ohio and Texas recruiting circles. And he’s smart. Beck will double as
Law enforcement strategies such as use of force and militarization of the police have drawn negative attention in the news over the last few years, and especially in recent months due to well-publicized cases like that of Eric Garner. William Terrill, a criminal justice professor at Michigan State and former military police officer, understands the challenges that people who make a living keeping the peace have to deal with. And he believes at least some of those issues could be resolved by placing a greater emphasis on higher education. He’s spent much of his career examining the correlation between the level
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