BTN will provide a full week of comprehensive coverage of the Big Ten Tournament from Washington D.C., including five games, pre- and post-game analysis, coach and player interviews, and a 90-minute B1G Basketball & Beyond: Selection Sunday Special. Coverage begins at 5 p.m. ET today with the exclusive, live announcement of the annual Big Ten basketball awards on the BTN Live: All-Conference Selection Show. Host Mike Hall and analyst Shon Morris will reveal All-Big Ten selections, as well as Big Ten Player, Freshman and Coach of the Year. Interviews with select award winners will also be included. At 5 p.m.
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.
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.
Robert Johnson scored 26 points and James Blackmon Jr. added 22 points and eight rebounds as Indiana used a hot start and held off a second-half Ohio State rally to beat the Buckeyes 96-92 on Saturday afternoon.
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.
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.
Jae'Sean Tate sank a layup with three seconds left to lift Ohio State to a 71-70 win over Penn State on Tuesday.
At this point, it's impossible to ignore the teams that are rolling and the teams that are struggling. That's why there's some serious movement in Jon Crispin's latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal.
Ohio State buried No. 16 Wisconsin under a 63 percent 3-point shooting effort as the Buckeyes won at home, 83-73. The loss was the Badgers' third in four games.