On Tuesday the six Big Ten hockey coaches held a teleconference with reporters from around the country to preview the Big Ten Hockey Tournament being held in Detroit March 19-21. Jump inside to listen to the coaches and get details on how to watch all of the games. Listen to each of the six men’s coaches below. Beginning Thursday and running through Saturday, all games of the 2015 Big Ten Men’s Ice Hockey Tournament air live on BTN TV and BTN2Go from the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan. The postseason honors came out Monday afternoon. Below are the BTN2Go links for
A season after a memorable Final Four run, Wisconsin is a No. 1 seed for the first time in program history. Like last season, the Badgers are in the West Region, and they could meet a couple of the same foes (Oregon and Arizona) on their way to another Final Four. Get my Wisconsin NCAA tourney capsule below. No. 1 WISCONSIN vs. No. 16 Coastal Carolina, Friday, Omaha, Neb. Bo Ryan NCAA record: 20-13. Made Final Four in 2014 Last tourney appearance: 2014, lost to Kentucky in Final Four Best-case scenario: National championship. The Badgers already have a program record-tying
Friday brings a renewal to the rivalry between the Wisconsin and Minnesota women’s hockey teams as the Badgers (29-6-4) meet Minnesota (32-3-4) in the semifinals of the 2015 NCAA Frozen Four. The game is in Minneapolis at 5 p.m. Last week the Gophers advanced with a 6-2 win over RIT while the Badgers dominated Boston University 5-1. Find video highlights in this post. This is the second straight season the Badgers and Gophers meet in the Frozen Four; Minnesota beat Wisconsin 5-3 last year. This season Minnesota went 3-0-1 against Wisconsin. The winner advances to Sunday and plays the winner of Harvard-Boston College. Here’s
This week's cover: @BadgerMBB's Frank the Tank http://t.co/qt6HgDaeTj pic.twitter.com/avdIYDgiqx — Sports Illustrated (@SInow) March 17, 2015 Add Sports Illustrated cover boy to Wisconsin star Frank Kaminsky’s growing list of recent accolades. [ MORE: Read our Frank Kaminksy feature ] Kaminsky, the Big Ten Player of the Year and Big Ten Tournament Most Outstanding Player, is featured on the cover of this week’s March Madness-centric edition. The photo features Kaminksy, standing in snow, with a tank behind him, a play on his “Frank the Tank” nickname. Wisconsin, the Big Ten regular season and postseason champ, earned its first No. 1 seed
Former Wisconsin linebacker and 2013 Big Ten DPOY Chris Borland announced Monday that he is retiring from the NFL over concerns about head trauma. See tweets about his decision inside.
Frank Kaminsky is a senior, and the best player on the basketball court whenever he takes the floor. Those two things don't go hand-in-hand in this day and age.
Beginning Thursday and running through Saturday, all games of the 2015 Big Ten Men’s Ice Hockey Tournament air live on BTN TV and BTN2Go from the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan. The postseason honors came out Monday afternoon. Below are the BTN2Go links for all five tournament games. Not familiar with BTN2Go? Now’s a great time to learn. It’s free and it’s very handy. BTN2Go is the digital extension of the Big Ten Network, delivering live games and on-demand programming to Big Ten Network customers via the web, smartphones, and tablets. Learn more about BTN2Go and the get our free iOs and
Who's the most important guy for your Big Ten team? BTN.com senior editor Brent Yarina shares his picks inside.
OK, the NCAA bracket is set. It’s time for the Big Ten to make a run at the conference’s first national championship since Mateen Cleaves led Michigan State to the summit in 2000. The league’s best hope is Wisconsin, which has a No. 1 seed. And this year’s path to the Final Four looks similar to last year’s. “I joked with the coaching staff that we don’t even need to scout them,” guard Josh Gasser said. “We can just use what we got last year.” *** Maryland is the second-highest seeded Big Ten team, landing a No. 4 seed. But,
Who's overseeded? Underseeded? How about a potential sleeper? BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart takes a Big Ten-centric look at the NCAA tournament bracket.