The second day of the 2016 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament is over and two teams pulled off upsets. No. 11 seed Nebraska stunned No. 6 seed Wisconsin, 70-58 while No. 12 seed Illinois knocked off No. 5 seed Iowa 68-66. Also earlier, No. 7 seed Ohio State beat No. 10 seed Penn State 79-75, and No. 8 seed Michigan survived in overtime against No. 9 seed Northwestern, 72-70. Bookmark our Big Ten tourney central page for a running account of the tourney. SCORES | BRACKET (PDF)| STORIES | INSTAGRAM | TWITTER | FACEBOOK | VIDEO On Friday, the B1G Tip-Off Show begins at 6 p.m. ET,
During football and basketball games, BTN LiveBIG will spotlight notable examples of research, innovation and community service from around the conference. In-Game stories will provide more background on these features, and the opportunity to view the videos again. The news spread like wildfire — ironic, given that the issue concerned water. The recent discovery of alarming levels of lead in the water supply of Flint, Mich., quickly captured the attention of the entire country. And in the city itself, which has been dealt one misfortune after another over the past several decades, this public health crisis sparked feelings of anger,
Who is seeded too high and too low for our BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart? Who has the most on the line? Who has the best shot at an upset? Catch up on the Big ten tourney before the first game tips off today at 4:30 p.m. ET.
Illinois' Cory Bradford in 1999. Iowa's Reggie Evans in 2001. Northwestern's Michael Thompson in 2011. These are but a few of the eye-opening performances that drove their respective men's basketball teams deeper into the Big Ten tournament than most expected.
BTN will increase its coverage of Big Ten men’s and women’s lacrosse in 2016, televising at least 25 men’s and women’s games and streaming approximately 40 other games on BTN Plus. Additional events may be added to the schedule at a later date. Men’s television coverage begins Tuesday, March 19, when No. 20 Ohio State hosts No. 6 Towson in a top-20 matchup. Highlighting the remainder of the schedule is 2015 national runner-up and No. 12 Maryland at Penn State on Sunday, April 10, No. 11 Johns Hopkins at Penn State on Sunday, April 17 and Ohio State at Maryland
Outright Big Ten champion Indiana enters the Big Ten tournament as the No. 1 seed for the second time in four years. [ MORE: Tourney central | Big Ten tourney bracket | Jon Crispin’s preview | Big Ten tourney, A-Z | 19 Big Ten tourney facts | Standings | Stats | Scores ] That doesn’t mean the Hoosiers are the clear-cut favorite to win the event, however, according to BTN analysts. See our analysts’ picks to claim the 19th Big Ten tourney title below. Jon Crispin (@BTNJonCrispin): No. 2 Michigan State. The Spartans can win games in a variety of
The 2016 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament field is set.
With the 2015-16 regular season behind us, let’s take a few moments to relive some of the top moments along the way to the 2016 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. [ MORE: Big Ten tourney bracket | Big Ten tourney, A-Z | 19 Big Ten tourney facts | Standings | Stats | Scores ] Or, to be more accurate, the videos that fans watched the most during the 2015-16 regular season. See our top 10 most-watched basketball videos, across all social media platforms, below. 10. Aubrey Dawkins 360 dunk vs. Youngstown State *** 9.
Need another example that time flies? [ MORE: Tourney central | Big Ten tourney bracket | Jon Crispin’s preview | Big Ten tourney, A-Z | 19 Big Ten tourney facts | Standings | Stats | Scores ] The Big Ten tournament will host its 19th event this week, starting at 4:30 p.m. ET Wednesday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. The event has come a long way since debuting in 1998. For one, it started as a four-day, 11-team event, transitioned to 12 teams in 2012, and now features a five-day, 14-team format. Before No. 13 Minnesota and No. 12
Registration is now open for the summer race that turns Chicago into a Big Ten tailgate party. The fifth annual BTN Big 10k takes place on Saturday, Aug. 6, and is back with a fresh look on a new course in 2016. The new 10k course, with a start and finish in Chicago’s iconic Grant Park, allows runners to traverse the Windy City’s famed streets with views of Buckingham Fountain, Lake Michigan and Chicago’s world- renowned skyline. Also new in 2016, the first 1,000 runners to sign up will receive a custom, Big Ten-themed water bottle. The water bottle, with