Four weeks down in Big Ten play, and it seems like things are finally taking shape. Check out BTN analyst Jon Crispin's latest Big Ten Power Rankings inside.
Wisconsin has its Big Three, and every member of the trio shows up in my latest Big Ten Player Rankings. That's right, big-shot Bronson Koenig joins mainstays Ethan Happ and Nigel Hayes on the list this week.
The Big Ten race is gaining a sharper focus, with Maryland Wisconsin moving out ahead of the pack. But keep an eye on Purdue and Northwestern—yes, Northwestern, which looks primed to earn its first NCAA bid. And Indiana looks like it’s finding its stride, too.
Some great, fun games this week, including a few that included game-winning shots in the final moments. Amid those thrilling finishes, it’s becoming clearer that Wisconsin and Maryland are the teams to beat as each is 5-1 in league action.
Corey Sanders scored 25 points, including the game-winner with one second left, to lead Rutgers past Nebraska 65-64 on Saturday for first-year coach Steve Pikiell's first Big Ten win.
Nebraska will look to replace some talent on the field in Mike Riley's third year as head coach, including at quarterback. Tom Dienhart breaks down the top five departing Huskers.
The Auckland, New Zealand, native has been the key cog for a Cornhuskers team that is 9-9 overall and 3-3 in the Big Ten.
If you could pick one Big Ten player to build a team around, who would you select? BTN.com's Tom Dienhart asked a few other writers.
Marc Loving's layup with 0.6 seconds remaining sunk the Huskers at home, 67-66 Wednesday. The Buckeyes overcame a 12-point deficit for their second Big Ten win of the season.
Two Big Ten basketball games were played Wednesday, and both came down to last-second game-winning buckets by the road team.