Frank Kaminsky needs no introduction. The Big Ten Player of the Year has a game that makes people take notice. Here's a fun look at how Kaminsky became a star.
For the eighth time—and the first since 2005--the Big Ten has two Final Four teams. BTN.com sat down with BTN analyst Jess Settles to preview Saturday's national semifinals.
It's no secret that the Wisconsin Badgers are a fun group that is filled with a bunch of engaging personalities. They showed it again in a press conference Tuesday.
With both Wisconsin and Michigan State in the Final Four, BTN travels its studio team to Indianapolis for extensive coverage.
Wisconsin is in the Final Four for the second consecutive season. And just like last season, Kentucky awaits in the national semifinal. See how the Badgers made it to the Final Four inside.
Big Ten Player of the Year Frank Kaminsky was the lone unanimous selection, and Big Ten Freshman of the Year D'Angelo Russell was one of two freshmen to earn honors.
The Big Ten has multiple teams in the Final Four for the eighth time, the most of any conference. Tom Dienhart takes a look back at the previous seven times inside.
In Michigan State and Wisconsin, the Big Ten has two Final Four teams for the first time since 2005 (Illinois and Michigan State). See when each team tips off its national semifinal game inside.
Moments after Michigan State punched its ticket to the Final Four, giving the Big Ten two teams in the national semis, Wisconsin star Frank Kaminsky tweeted to any critics of the Big Ten.
Another Wisconsin Final Four run, another chance for people to wonder why Aaron Rodgers is rooting for the Badgers. [ MORE: Get all of our NCAA tournament coverage ] Rodgers, the Green Bay Packers’ All-Pro quarterback, offered some insight on his rooting interests following Wisconsin’s Final Four-clinching victory over Arizona on Saturday night. He sent out several tweets, most in response to @dennisdoddcbs, who went on a Twitter rant over Rodgers being on the court during the Badgers’ celebration. But the tweet embedded above best explains this much-too-talked-about issue. Yes, Rodgers went to Cal and is a California native, but