The Big Ten Conference revealed a breakdown of all 14 schools’ opponents for the 2017-18 Big Ten men’s basketball season on Monday. Conference teams will compete in an 18-game conference schedule, playing five teams both home and away and eight teams once.
Kaminsky, a well-documented White Sox fan, showed off his arm at the Cubs-Sox series finale Thursday night at Guaranteed Rate Park. See the 85 m.p.h. toss inside.
On Episode 7 of the Take Ten Podcast, former Wisconsin basketball player Ben Brust joined BTN.com's Alex Roux to talk about his budding acting career, last week's NBA Draft, the future of Badger hoops and more.
Wisconsin's athletic department has done fantastic community outreach for a long time, and Nigel Hayes' involvement in a specialized wish-granting program last season will leave a lasting legacy.
Four Big Ten players were selected in last week's NBA Draft, but some prominent names went undrafted. Where did the Big Ten's undrafted talent end up signing for the summer?
The Atlantic Coast and Big Ten Conferences on Monday announced the dates for the 19th annual Big Ten-ACC Challenge. The matchups, featuring all 14 Big Ten teams and all but one ACC member, were announced on June 8.
With the news breaking Friday that 3-on-3 basketball is an official event in the 2020 Olympics, we brainstormed who would make up a 3-on-3 team for each Big Ten team.
The 2017 B1G/ACC Challenge schedule is out, and now we know which players will square up across one another when the Challenge gets underway in December.
The matchups for the 2017 Big Ten/ACC Challenge were announced Thursday morning. The headliners for the 19th annual event include Duke at Indiana, Notre Dame at Michigan State, Louisville at Purdue and Wisconsin at Virginia.
Yes, June has just begun. And air hasn’t even been pumped into footballs yet for the start of the season, which is still over two months away. But why not take a peek at an early—and I mean EARLY—projected 2018 NCAA tourney bracket now that we know which players are staying and which ones are going pro?