I Respect the preparation! #GoBlue! pic.twitter.com/PVnAuTw8we — Coach Harbaugh (@CoachJim4UM) January 15, 2016 [ MORE: Early predictions in Big Ten East | Early predictions in Big Ten West ] College football is over, which means coaches across the country are hitting the recruiting trail. Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh is one of those coaches. Harbaugh appeared to be in Rockford MI, a suburb of Grand Rapids, on Friday morning where he was greeted with a sign to remind him of how the Wolverines did this past season in their meeting with the Spartans. Check out the tweet from Harbaugh at the top
Iowa vs. Wisconsin in Big Ten wrestling action Friday night and BTN has the match live on TV and BTN2Go at 9 p./m. ET. Four other matches are available live on BTN Plus via BTN2Go. BTN wrestling analyst Shane Sparks takes a look at some of the weekend's more interesting matchups in this week's Wrestling Report.
One veteran Big Ten writer says the Big Ten hoops race is in two clear camps with six that look headed for the Big Dance and eight that do not. Also, Iowa is now the team to beat in the Big Ten after thrashing Michigan State. How good could Northwestern's Bryant McIntosh be? Read these stories and more in today's Big Ten roundup.
With Wednesday night’s Big Ten games behind us and more basketball ahead tonight, here is my latest edition of “Three Takes!” This week I look at Michigan State vs. Iowa, Illinois’ ability to shut down Purdue’s big, and Michigan’s outstanding 3-point shooting. Spartans vs. Hawkeyes Tonight’s showdown in East Lansing will not make or break the season for the Spartans or the Hawkeyes, but it is a battle that is very significant in the Big Ten race. Michigan State is looking for revenge and can’t afford to fall two games behind the Hawkeyes after dropping a game in Iowa City.
With the 2015 season officially in our rear-view mirror, we take an early peek into the fall of 2016 and how it may shape up. BTN.com's Tom Dienhart presents his premature forecast for the Big Ten East division, and we've included a link for the readers to contribute to the fans' overall prediction from No. 1 to No. 7.
One year after Ohio State claimed the inaugural College Football Playoff national crown, the Big Ten compiled another successful season that saw Michigan State make the national semifinals. [ MORE: 2015-16 bowl results | View final 2015 polls | Way-too-early 2016 polls ] A total of six Big Ten teams finished in the final AP poll, released Monday, including four in the top 12: No. 4 Ohio State; No. 6 Michigan State; No. 9 Iowa; No. 12 Michigan. No. 21 Wisconsin and No. 23 Northwestern round out the Big Ten contingent. Here are a couple more 2015 factoids: This is
At a table for four, coaching legends Jud Heathcote, Gary Williams and Tom Davis share the losses they never got over, the best players they coached and faced and their thoughts on NCAA basketball today. Their conversations were captured for season two of A Taste of Coaching, hosted by Steve Lavin and debuting at 9 PM ET on Monday, Jan. 18. The five-episode series will air on Monday evenings in January and February.
Michigan needed a signature victory to provide a boost to its resume this season. [ MORE: Top highlights from Tuesday’s Big Ten basketball games ] The Wolverines got just that on Tuesday night. Zak Irvin scored 22 points as Michigan notched an impressive 70-67 upset victory over No. 3 Maryland. The victory snapped Maryland’s nine-game win streak and gave the Wolverines their third Big Ten victory this season. Duncan Robinson added 17 points and Michigan held Maryland’s backcourt duo of Rasheed Sulaimon and Melo Trimble to just 10 points on 4-of-17 shooting. Check out the full highlight from the game
There were three Big Ten men’s basketball games on Tuesday. Northwestern kicked off the action with an impressive 70-65 win over Wisconsin. Michigan followed with a huge 70-67 upset victory over No. 3 Maryland. Nebraska closed out the evening with a commanding 84-59 win over Minnesota. With six Big Ten teams in action, we made sure to capture the best moments from every game. Here are the top highlights from Tuesday’s Big Ten men’s basketball games. Does @HuskerHoops' Glynn Watson Jr. have 👀 in the back of his head? How else do you explain this incredible pass!? https://t.co/qgdEWPsS0M — Nebraska
Some refer to her as inexperienced, underrated, wet behind the ears, or the new kid on the block. One would expect that the rookie would need extra time to adjust to the high level of the Big Ten. She would need to gain experience before she makes her mark vs. the usual suspects. Well, not so for these young ladies! Here is a look at the current top rookies who are already making a name for themselves in the Big Ten. Jessica Shepard, Nebraska. This 6-4 center is at the top of her freshman class. She’s averaging a double-double, scoring