Are you ready for basketball season? It’s on our doorstep, with Big Ten Media Day 2014 here (watch live on BTN2Go.com) and the season right around the corner. The Big Ten storylines are plentiful: Wisconsin looks again to reign supreme, Michigan State moves on without stalwarts Adreian Payne and Gary Harris, and great expectations await Nebraska. There also are plenty of questions as a new era of 14-team hoops begins with the addition of Rutgers and Maryland. As I begind to straddle two sports in the busiest time of year, here are my three questions for each school. Tell me
Can a player from the Big Ten win the honor for the first time since Ohio State’s Troy Smith in 2006? Find out inside!
This much is clear: Big Ten writers really like Wisconsin and Frank Kaminsky in 2014-15, and rightfully so. See our annual beat writers' All-Big Ten team and predicted standings inside!
Big Ten media day is Thursday, and that means it's time for the BTN.com team to release its annual preseason All-Big Ten teams and honors.
Is this the year? Is this finally the year that after all the talk of parity, that one of the non-traditional power programs claims the Big Ten title? Get Mike Wolf's take inside!
Each Tuesday morning during the Big Ten football season, the 14 Big Ten coaches hold a Big Ten teleconference with reporters from around the country. And each Tuesday afternoon, we post the audio of every coach’s call right here. Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald: Listen to what @CoachFitz51 had to say as @NUFBFamily gears up for week 8 of #B1G football action. http://t.co/zMiPgNwm9a — Northwestern on BTN (@BTN_NU) October 14, 2014 Michigan coach Brady Hoke: Listen to what Brady Hoke had to say as @umichfootball heads into their bye week. http://t.co/c035Fd0OUd — Michigan on BTN (@BTN_Michigan) October 14, 2014 Wisconsin coach
Week by week, Michigan State is building a strong resume. And it’s strong enough now—coupled with the goings-on across the nation—to slot the Spartans into the playoff.
It isn't a Sunday without BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo's latest installment of "Sunday Ruminations." Get DiNardo's Week 7 thoughts inside.
There's not much movement in my latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal. The biggest mover: Northwestern dropped to No. 9 following its loss at Minnesota.
Michigan State showed why it's a champ. Indiana's Tevin Coleman should be in the Heisman race. See what else Tom Dienhart learned in Week 7.