Purdue, Wisconsin, Maryland and Minnesota are the top four seeds in the 2017 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament, the conference office announced on Sunday night.
Let March Madness begin! The regular season is over. Now is the time of year when reputations are earned. Big Ten champ Purdue finished strong, winning eight of its last nine. Now, the Boilermakers will look to win their first Big Ten tourney title since 2009.
Derrick Walton Jr. scored 18 points and set a school record with 16 assists, and Michigan routed Nebraska 93-57 on Sunday night for the Cornhuskers' worst home loss in program history.
The final day of the regular season is here, but there's a lot to be determined in terms of Big Ten Tournament seeding. Here's a look at possible scenarios following Iowa's win over Penn State.
With no Big Ten teams in action Friday, let's take a look at Big Ten Tournament scenarios and the seeds at stake heading into the final weekend of the regular season.
Tom Dienhart asked the experts to rank their top five Big Ten hoopers. You probably won't be surprised at the unanimous No. 1 name.
March arrived by kicking in college basketball's door Wednesday, as BTN featured two fantastic games with thrilling endings.
Northwestern's Nate Taphorn threw a perfect full-court pass to Dererk Pardon, who beat the final buzzer with a layup for a thrilling 67-65 Wildcats win against Michigan Wednesday.
One week from today, the 2017 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament tips off in Washington D.C. With that in mind, let's take a look at the latest Big Ten tourney scenarios for all 14 teams. As of right now, just two teams are locked into seeds: No. 1 Purdue and No. 14 Rutgers.
Few players are having a better year than Michigan point guard Derrick Walton Jr. The senior is averaging 14.4 points, four assists and 4.9 rebounds for the surging Wolverines. Get BTN.com Tom Dienhart's Q&A with the Michigan senior inside.