Despite trailing for most of the game, Virginia Tech surged past Michigan late Wednesday to earn a 73-70 road win in Ann Arbor.
We've had a few weeks to assess Big Ten teams now, so it's a good time for BTN analyst Jon Crispin to offer his first Big Ten Power Rankings. Quick note: This year's weekly list will feature the top 10 teams, as opposed to the entire conference in past years.
It's time for the 18th playing of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. It all tips off Monday night, with a pair of games, and continues through Wednesday night. Get BTN analyst Jon Crispin's preview inside.
No. 25 Michigan pulled away from Mount St. Mary's Saturday, winning 64-47 to bounce back from their first loss of the season on Wednesday.
No. 24 Michigan suffered its first loss of the season Wednesday, falling at South Carolina 61-46. The Wolverines dropped to 4-1, while the Gamecocks improved to 5-0.
Indiana leads a quintet of Big Ten teams ranked in the latest AP poll, released Monday. The Hoosiers come in at No. 3 and are receiving two first-place votes.
Michigan moved to 4-0 with their second win in as many nights Friday, defeating SMU 76-54 at Madison Square Garden. The victory gave the Wolverines the 2016 2K Classic title.
The 2016-17 season opens Friday night. Before the ball goes up in the air, though, I wanted to take a look at one question facing each Big Ten team.
Every November, like everyone else, I enter basketball season with questions surrounding certain programs or specific players. These questions often expose a key to success, a concern or some form of vulnerability.
The Big Ten officially kicked off the 2016-17 basketball season with media day in Washington, D.C., today. Talent like Denzel Valentine, Caris LeVert, A.J. Hammons, Yogi Ferrell and Jarrod Uthoff is gone. Still, there is a lot to like about the conference, writes BTN.com's Tom Dienhart.