Frank Kaminsky is the best player of the highly successful Bo Ryan era. [ MORE: Get our favorite Twitter reaction to Bo Ryan retiring ] The consensus 2014-15 national player of the year candidate led Wisconsin to back-to-back Final Four appearances, including a trip to last season’s national final vs. Duke. It wasn’t always easy for Kaminsky in Madison, though, and that goes for on the court and with his head coach. Kaminsky’s Wisconsin career was typical of a Ryan big. He saw little court time in his first two seasons, all while drawing plenty of criticism, before developing into
Bo Ryan can coach basketball as well as anyone in the profession. [ MORE: Twitter reaction to Bo Ryan’s retirement | Relive reaction to retirement ] As many around the game know, the recently retired Wisconsin coach has a personality to match his coaching prowess. Whether it be on the sideline, in the huddle, in a postgame interview or in a postgame press conference, Ryan is comfortable in his own skin. Win or lose, Ryan always was entertaining, and that goes for in-game and postgame. See a half-dozen of my favorite recent Ryan moments in this post.
Seven Big Ten titles. Fourteen NCAA tournaments. Two Finals Fours. One national final. Three-hundred-and-sixty-four wins, the most in Wisconsin history. It was an incredible run for Bo Ryan as Wisconsin men's basketball coach.
After flirting with retirement in the offseason, Wisconsin’s Bo Ryan made it official tonight: He’s retiring with long-time assistant Greg Gard taking over as interim head coach. [ MORE: Top Twitter reactions to Bo Ryan’s retirement announcement ] “After months of conversation with Barry Alvarez and his administrative staff, as well as my wife, Kelly, I have decided that now is the right time to step down from the head coaching position here at Wisconsin,” Ryan said in a statement. “This was a decision months in the making. I brought this up to Barry back in April. He advised me
Bo Ryan retired following Tuesday night's win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, and the news made quite the impact on social media.
Wisconsin men's basketball coach Bo Ryan announced that he will retire following Tuesday's 64-49 win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.
Big Ten basketball fans were treated to an exciting night of Big Ten basketball on Tuesday!
The Big Ten introduced/reintroduced several alternate uniform designs during the 2015 football season. [ MORE: 2015-16 bowl schedule | Best of the Bowls | Ranking bowls, 1-40 | Big Ten bowl bags | Big Ten bowl factoids | Bowl storylines | Get all of our bowl coverage ] Several of the designs were of the new-school variety (Indiana helmets, Minnesota going all gray or Iowa, Nebraska and Ohio State going all-black), while others were nods to history (Northwestern’s Rose Bowl throwback and Michigan’s all-white road uniform). Here’s a look at my top 5 2015 Big Ten designs (Yes, I’m a
How about the top of the Big Ten? Can any conference compete with the Michigan State-Purdue-Maryland trio? Check out Jon Crispin's latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal, inside.
Purdue is rolling. Anyone who has seen the Boilermakers play or has taken a look at the Big Ten standings knows it. [ MORE: Follow @BTNJonCrispin | Power Rankings | Player Rankings | Big Ten award winners | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Big Ten scoreboard | Polls ] The Boilermakers are 11-0, all 11 wins coming by double digits, good enough to match No. 1 Michigan State’s perfect start. Why all this talk about a team in a post all about players? Because the undefeated Boilermakers place three players on my latest Big Ten Player Rankings.