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BTN's ‘A Taste of Coaching’ features Jud Heathcote, Gary Williams, Tom Davis

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.

Top highlights from Tuesday's Big Ten men's basketball action

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

Shelley Till: Big Ten freshmen making a name for themselves

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

Ranking the games: Iowa-Michigan State rematch tops week's slate

Indiana, Iowa and Maryland sit atop the Big Ten standings, all unbeaten in league play. The Hoosiers and Terrapins are 4-0 in Big Ten games, while Iowa is 3-0. Indiana and Maryland have both won nine straight games, while the Hawkeyes have claimed five consecutive wins. Best of all, two of these teams meet this week, with Iowa playing at MSU. It’s gonna be sweet. [ MORE: Follow @BTNJonCrispin | Power Rankings | Player Rankings | Best of week that was | Win trip for two to the Big Ten tourney | Polls | Standings | Stats | Scores ]

Power Rankings: Iowa moves up to No. 3 in Jon Crispin's latest list

It’s Monday, and that means it’s time to offer up my latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal. [ MORE: Follow @BTNJonCrispin | Power Rankings | Player Rankings | Game Rankings | Bracketology | The week ahead | Polls | Standings | Stats | Scores ] Not much changed this week, although Iowa did replace Purdue in the No. 3 spot. Something tells me Iowa fans will appreciate the boost. Editor’s note: All records are through Sunday, Jan. 10 action. See my latest list below. 1. Maryland (15-1, 4-0). The Terps not only possess the most balanced team in

WSJ: Ohio State defends title of most valuable football program

They’re the reigning national champs – at least for a few more hours – and they’re college football’s most valuable program for the second consecutive season, according to a recent wsj.com study. The Ohio State Buckeyes lead the country with a value of $946.61 million, nearly $62 million more than second-place Texas, which has the nation’s largest revenue at $128 million. Rival Michigan places third ($811.30), while Penn State rounds out the top 10 ($481.39). Just missing the top 10 are No. 11 Nebraska ($443.13) and No. 12 Iowa ($439.57). The annual study was conducted by Ryan Brewer, an assistant

Top Big Ten matches showcased on 'Wrestling in 60' Monday nights

Tonight is the debut of “Wrestling in 60,” a one-hour show spotlighting the top dual wrestling matches from the past week across the Big Ten Conference. The first show airs at 8:30 p.m. ET tonight and several times again. “Wrestling in 60” will air on Monday nights. Find all available show times for “Wrestling in 60” on the show’s TV schedule page. This week’s spotlighted matches include: 149 pounds: Michigan’s Alec Pantaleo vs. Ohio State’s Hunter Stieber 133 pounds: Michigan’s Rossi Bruno vs. Ohio State’s Johnni DiJulius 197 pounds: Maryland’s Garrett Wesneski vs Minnesota’s Brett Pfarr 133 pounds: Iowa’s Cory Clark vs.

Big Ten Whiteboard: Keep an eye on Michigan State this week

The third week of the Big Ten season is upon us, and it’s becoming increasingly clear that Maryland, Michigan State, Iowa and Indiana are the teams to beat. And Thursday’s Iowa at Michigan State tilt will go a long way to shaping the race as we head into the teeth of winter. [ MORE: Follow @BTNJonCrispin | Power Rankings | Player Rankings | Best of week that was | Win trip for two to the Big Ten tourney | Polls | Standings | Stats | Scores ] Game of the week: Iowa at Michigan State, Thursday. When the Hawkeyes hit

BTN LiveBIG: Nebraska professor digs into global climate research

You can find lots of interesting things at the bottoms of lakes. Shipwrecks. Lost towns and cities. A physical record of climate patterns over several previous millennia. That last one especially interests Sheri Fritz, a professor at the University of Nebraska’s School of Biological Sciences. Fritz has spent more than three decades studying global climate patterns — she actually started her research in this area while pursuing her doctorate at the University of Minnesota in the mid-1980s. That work, which involves studying lakes, takes her from icebergs in Greenland to the foothills of the Andes. Why lakes? Because their geographic