Can you feel it, ladies and gentlemen? March Madness is quickly approaching!
The Big Ten has some intimidating venues. Loud crowds, suffocating environments, blaring pep bands. Just watch the video clip from one of the Big Ten's newest member schools in this post. So, which school has the best home-court advantage in the Big Ten?
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer tweeted out a photo in honor of the 74 records Ohio State broke or tied this season. Check it out in this post!
BTN.com web editor Sean Merriman take a look at the past five Big Ten freshman classes and compares them to some of the top newcomers in this year's class from a statistical standpoint.
Super Wednesday was filled with plenty of exciting Big Ten hoops action!
As the Big Ten heads into the inaugural Big Ten men's lacrosse season, lacrosse analyst Mark Dixon take a look at all six team vying for a spot in April four-team Big Ten men's tournament. The winner earn's the league’s first-ever automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Read more inside and watch video with all six head coaches.
SportingNews.com’s Matt Hayes published his top 50 college football players for 2015 on Wednesday, and 10 Big Ten players made the cut. Most noteworthy: Seven of the 10 are Ohio State Buckeyes, including No. 2 (Cardale Jones), No. 3 (J.T. Barrett), No. 5 (Ezekiel Elliott) and No. 7 (Joey Bosa). The only non-Ohio State players in the top 5 are No. 1 Trevone Boykin (TCU) and No. 4 Nick Chubb (Georgia). Michigan State defensive end Shilique Calhoun is the Big Ten’s first non-Buckeyes player on the list, at No. 13. His quarterback, Connor Cook, is next on the list, at
The Big Ten basketball season is about to enter the stretch run, so it's time to take a look at several teams' NCAA tournament hopes.
Can anyone catch Wisconsin? The Badgers (9-1) lead a quartet of teams by three games with just eight dates remaining. Get one stat for every Big Ten team inside.
DraftExpress.com lists seven Big Ten players on its latest mock draft, including five first-rounders. [ MORE: Power Rankings | Player Rankings | National polls ] To the surprise of no one, Ohio State freshman D’Angelo Russell, the two-time reigning Big Ten Player of the Week, paces the conference, coming in at No. 2, behind only Duke’s Jahlil Okafor. If Russell went No. 2, he would be the Big Ten’s third player to go with the second pick in the last six seasons (Ohio State’s Evan Turner, 2010; Indiana’s Victor Oladipo, 2013). As for the other Big Ten players in the