Menu Search

BTN Journey: Miss Tuesday night's episode? Catch up on all of the video clips here!

BTN Plus on BTN2Go

BTN Plus on BTN2Go

all times ET
5:58 PMOhio St. at Penn St.Watch
5:59 PMMichigan at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMAkron at Ohio St.Watch
7:00 PMMichigan St. at PurdueWatch
8:00 PMIowa at NebraskaWatch
8:00 PMMaryland at MinnesotaWatch
8:00 PMRutgers at WisconsinWatch
7:00 PMNorthwood (MI) at Michigan St.Watch

Watch hundreds of live non-televised Big Ten events via BTN Plus on BTN2Go.

Latest Videos Latest Men's Basketball News Purdue

March 20, 2016; Spokane , WA, USA; Maryland Terrapins guard Melo Trimble (2) reacts following the 73-60 victory against Hawaii Rainbow Warriors in the second round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena. Mandatory Credit: James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

The unintended consequences of new NBA draft rules

Back in January, the NCAA made a bold move in favor of athletes by pushing back the date that they must remove their name from the NBA Draft and allowing college players to enter the draft multiple times without penalty. But could there be some unforeseen drawbacks to this plan?

Check out where Big Ten teams land in way-too-early 2016-17 polls

The 2015-16 men’s college basketball season came to a thrilling close Monday night, which means it’s time to scour the web for the inevitable way-too-early 2016-17 top 25 polls. We took a look a seven insanely early rankings below, and the Big Ten fares quite well. Take all of this for what it’s worth – not a lot – because there are so many unknowns, starting with several to-be-determined NBA draft decisions. 5. Michigan State 11. Indiana 12. Wisconsin 20. Purdue 6. Michigan State 12. Indiana 13. Maryland 15. Wisconsin 8. Indiana 9. Wisconsin 13. Michigan State

Feb 27, 2016; West Lafayette, IN, USA; Purdue Boilermakers guard Rapheal Davis (35) drives the ball up the court in the first half of  the game at Mackey Arena. Mandatory Credit: Sandra Dukes-USA TODAY Sports

Read Rapheal Davis' Instagram post to Purdue fans

Rapheal Davis committed to Purdue as a freshman in high school. Needless to say, the Boilermakers have held a special place in the 2015 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year’s heart for a significant portion of his life, a fact he referenced in his senior night speech earlier this month at Mackey Arena. Late Monday night, Davis went to Instagram to offer one last “thank you” to Purdue nation. Read Davis’ full message above. Davis isn’t the first departing star to hit social media to show his appreciation, as Michigan State’s Denzel Valentine and Indiana’s Yogi Ferrell recently did