It's getting harder and harder to ignore what Mark Turgeon's young and talented team is doing. What it's done is rattle off a 19-2 record, including a 7-1 clip in Big Ten play, to little fanfare. That's changing, at least in Jon Crispin's latest Big Ten Power Rankings.
The Big Ten office released it weekly men's basketball award winners Monday, and the two honorees are familiar ones.
Groups from Purdue and Michigan State build bonds through beans.
As the conference season chugs toward the halfway point, it’s becoming clearer that Wisconsin and Maryland are the teams to beat. But keep an eye on Northwestern, which has won six in a row.
The 2017 Pro Bowl was Sunday night, and the AFC got the best of the NFC, 20-13, in a surprisingly low-scoring all-star game. Former Purdue stars Drew Brees and Cliff Avril highlighted the Big Ten, with the former tossing the NFC’s lone touchdown and the latter registering a sack. To be honest, there weren’t a lot of stats from this one. Here’s how Big Ten names fared, though. OFFENSE Drew Brees (Purdue), NFC: 10-19, 112 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT Kirk Cousins (Michigan State), NFC: 14-20, 158 yards, 1 INT Ezekiel Elliott (Ohio State), NFC: 8 car., 20 yards; 1
Another week, another chance for Wisconsin and Maryland to assert their dominance in the Big Ten. And it’s becoming more apparent that Northwestern is a legit NCAA team, as the Wildcats have ripped off six wins in a row. Can NU win the Big Ten?
Miles Bridges had 15 points and 13 rebounds in his debut in a heated rivalry, helping Michigan State beat Michigan 70-62 Sunday.
With Signing Day on Wednesday, players are in the midst of making their college choices. A lot of things go into a kid’s decision on where to go to college. Academics, coaching, facilities and tradition are just a few of the factors.
Miles Bridges has next-level bounce to go with a next-level game, and he credits his Flint, Mich., roots for crafting a toughness that led him to Michigan State.
Who's in? Who's out? Who's right on the bubble? Check in with bracketologists Joe Lunardi and Jerry Palm to see how the Big Ten might stack up come tourney time.