Re-live the top moments in the conference’s rich history with The Big Ten’s Greatest Games. Every week, see the best games, the incredible performances and the unforgettable moments.
The latest football game between Michigan and Michigan State airs live Saturday on BTN/BTN2Go at 3:30 p.m. and you can catch Glen Mason’s full interview with Brady Hoke at 11 a.m. ET on our Saturday pregame show. But you don’t have to wait to watch a few classics between these two Big Ten rivals right here and right now.
“The Big Ten’s Greatest Games” for football and basketball is a popular program for our TV viewers and online readers. Each year we dig through the archives and roll out new episodes featuring games from the past. For example, that classic 1989 Big Ten basketball finish between Illinois and Indiana featured in our ongoing series “I Hit It To Win It” (watch the video in this post).
With the Big Ten and conference football fans abuzz over Nebraska’s game at Wisconsin this weekend, we went back into our archives and dug up this classic night game in Madison from 1998. Remember Drew Brees and his incredible 83 passes, 55 completions and 494 yards with two touchdowns? Recall the Badgers forcing five turnovers, including four interceptions? Can the Huskers and the Badgers match this thriller?
Seeking their first Big Ten win of the season Minnesota Gophers quarterback Adam Weber connected with wideout Ernie Wheelwright seven times for 116 yards and three touchdowns in Evanston against the Wildcats. Get the full list of this season’s of upcoming Greatest Games right here.
In this episode of Big Ten’s Greatest Games we look back at when Notre Dame traveled to East Lansing looking to beat Michigan State in consecutive years for the first time since 1994. The game would turn out to be one of the most exciting finishes of the entire 2010 NCAA football season.
We get a lot of feedback on our show “The Big Ten’s Greatest Games” and the fans love it. And we do, too. It’s just fun to see our old Big Ten heroes play in older stadiums in old uniforms. It brings back a lot of memories for Big Ten fans everywhere. And now we’re happy to tell you we have the list of games for the upcoming season.