The season isn’t officially over, as the Final Four is this weekend. But let’s go ahead and cast our eyes to 2017-18. Players still could turn pro and key recruits added in the spring signing period, but here is an early, early, early look at how the conference could stack up next season.
With the 2016-17 season in the rear-view mirror, it's time to consider some of the best of the season that was. First up, in a four-part series: Best story.
Michigan's magic ran out Thursday as No. 3 seed Oregon beat the No. 7 seed Wolverines, 69-68. Derrick Walton Jr.'s potential game-winning shot fell short at the buzzer, putting an end to Michigan's March run.
There has been no better story this March then the improbable run of the Michigan Wolverines. BTN.com's Tom Dienhart details how they got here.
Ask Moe Wagner who he looked up to when he was younger, and suddenly the Michigan big man's fiery demeanor makes a little more sense. It's Kevin Garnett, and now Wagner is providing his own emotional leadership to Michigan's Sweet 16 team.
Remember way back when the national narrative was “the Big Ten is down?” It seems like a silly notion now, doesn’t it? The Big Ten has more than acquitted itself in the opening two rounds of the NCAA tourney.
We all know the stars for three Big Ten teams remaining in the NCAA tourney. But who are the X-factors for each team as we head toward the Sweet 16?
Before No. 7 Michigan takes on No. 3 Oregon in the Midwest Region semifinals Thursday night, BTN researcher Harold Shelton wanted to share what the Big Ten tournament champs have working for and against them vs. the Ducks.
The Big Ten has three teams in the Sweet 16 for the second straight year and for the third time in the last four years. It’s the most Sweet 16 teams the conference has had in a year since it put four in the regional semis in 2013.
Michigan has authored the most compelling story in the nation this March. John Beilein's crew looks to continue it this week in the Midwest Region semifinals. Get Tom Dienhart's preview inside.