It’s time to look forward and point toward 2015-16. How will the Big Ten look? Check out BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's very early predictions inside.
The ink is barely dry on the 2014-15 season. So, that means it’s time to look toward to next season. Yes, the early, early Top 25s for 2015-16 are out, and people are high on the Big Ten.
With the men's basketball season in the books, BTN.com asked a beat writer from every school for his/her team's 2014-15 MVP. See all the beat writers' picks inside.
Northwestern freshman guard Johnnie Vassar and Purdue sophomore guard Bryson Scott will transfer, the two programs announced Monday. Read about both transfers below: EVANSTON, Ill. – Freshman guard Johnnie Vassar will transfer from Northwestern University head men’s basketball coach Chris Collins announced today. “Johnnie let us know that he has chosen to pursue another university to continue his career,” Collins said. “We support his decision and enjoyed having him as a member of the program this season. He is a talented player with a bright future and we wish him nothing but the best in everything he does going forward.”
The court that this year’s Final Four will be played on is ready at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Will a Big Ten team be playing on that court on April 4? That is the million dollar question as the Sweet 16 round concludes tonight with both Wisconsin and Michigan State still playing for a spot in the Final Four. The Badgers defeated North Carolina last night and will advance to play Arizona in the Elite Eight. Michigan State is set to play Oklahoma tonight in a Sweet 16 matchup. The official NCAA March Madness Twitter feed, @marchmadness, posted an
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Just reaching the Final Four is a big accomplishment, given the rigors, perils and cruelty of the one-and-done NCAA tourney format. It's unforgiving. One bad night ... and you're gone.
It was a solid two days for Big Ten basketball fans, as the conference went 5-2 in opening-round NCAA tourney games. See Tom Dienhart's best of the opening round inside.
A.J. Hammons scored a team-high 17 points, but it wasn’t enough as Cincinnati snapped the Boilermakers’ 14-game winning streak in NCAA Tournament openers with a 66-65 win Thursday night in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Here’s a look at BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart’s rapid reaction. The star: A.J. Hammons played well, scoring 17 points with 10 rebounds, two assists and a block. The junior hit 7-of-10 shots. At that rate, he should have been fed the ball more often. He only shot four free throws. Instead, Purdue time and again curiously tossed up 3-pointers despite showing no
There were two Big Ten teams involved in NCAA Tournament games on Thursday, and both contests were decided in overtime.