The Big Ten Conference revealed a breakdown of all 14 schools' opponents for the 2018-19 Big Ten men's basketball season on Thursday. Conference teams will compete in a 20-game conference schedule for the first time, playing seven teams both home and away and six teams once (three home and three away).
Purdue student reporter Tyler Trent continues to battle cancer as he covers his Boilers, and his fight apparently reached the desk of Clemson head football coach Dabo Swinney.
You know the drill by now: As soon as the final second ticks off the clock in just about any sport, the way-too-early preseason top 25 polls get released. Well, here's how several sites see things shaking out, as of now.
The 2017-18 season came to a close Monday night, with Villanova beating Big Ten tourney champ Michigan in the national final. As we all do after the season ends, it's time to turn the page to next season.
Purdue fell short of the program's first Elite Eight berth since 2000 as Texas Tech out-muscled the Boilers for a 78-65 victory.
The Final Four is the holy grail of college basketball. Reaching that destination is often the thing that defines a career. But, some coaches toil for years with high success and never reach a Final Four. Here is a look at the six most successful Big Ten coaches from an overall wins standpoint over the last 50 years (since 1967-68 season) who never made a Final Four.
Michigan and Purdue are two wins away from the Final Four. Before entertaining thoughts of a trip to San Antonio, though, the Big Ten tourney champs and the conference's highest-seeded team have interesting Sweet 16 matchups.
Michigan’s Moe Wagner and Purdue’s Carsen Edwards are two of the best players left in the Sweet 16. Edwards was consensus first-team All-Big Ten and earned some All-American honors. Wager was consensus second-team All-Big Ten. But thus far in the Big Dance, neither has been at the top of his game.
The NCAA tourney is down to 16 schools. And two come from the Big Ten: No. 2 Purdue and No. 3 Michigan. Here are 16 sweet facts to prime the pump for this week’s action.
Purdue center Isaac Haas appears to be done for the season even if Purdue's medical team or its crack engineering department can create an elbow brace that allows him to play in the NCAA Tournament.