It was a great night of Big Ten basketball as the conference went 4-2 in six games on Wednesday. [ MORE: Catch up on all of Wednesday’s action on our Big Ten scoreboard ] There were two games featured on BTN Wednesday night. Michigan State kicked off the action with a 78-35 win over Maryland Eastern Shore, while Wisconsin followed with a 68-67 loss to Milwaukee. In other Big Ten men’s basketball action: Indiana cruised by IPFW, 90-65, Purdue ran past Howard, 93-55, Illinois topped Yale, 69-65, and Nebraska fell to Creighton, 83-67. With two games on BTN and another
In this week’s “Three Takes,” I offer some insight on Maryland guard Rasheed Sulaimon, the Big Ten’s number of impact transfers and Michigan’s familiar struggles. [ MORE: Follow @BTNJonCrispin | Power Rankings | Player Rankings | Big Ten weekly honors | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Big Ten scoreboard | Polls ] Rasheed Sulaimon’s instant impact Maryland Coach Mark Turgeon has had a great relationship with Rasheed Sulaimon and his family for years. If it wasn’t for the power of the Duke brand, the McDonald’s All-American would’ve probably committed to Turgeon and Texas A&M in high school.
Big Ten basketball was in full swing Tuesday night with six teams from the conference in action.
Bad news, Big Ten fans: Purdue's A.J. Hammons is starting to heat up. The reigning Big Ten Player of the Week returns to Jess Settles' latest Big Ten Player Rankings, checking in at No. 6. The top 5 remains the same as last week.
Defense lives here, the Mackey Arena sign reads. [ MORE: Follow @BTNJonCrispin | Power Rankings | Big Ten weekly honors | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Big Ten scoreboard | Polls ] Purdue’s Johnny Hill know this. Monday night, the Purdue point guard flashed his defensive abilities on a must-see block that delighted the Purdue faithful in a 80-53 win over IUPUI. The block came in transition, after the Boilermakers turned the ball over, as Hill came from behind to reject Mason Archie II’s would-be layup nearly midway through the second half. Aside from the block, Hill
Iowa and No. 11 Purdue cruised to easy home victories Monday night. The Hawkeyes drilled Western Illinois, 90-56, while the undefeated Boilermakes made easy work of IUPUI, 80-53. Catch up on all of the action below: IOWA 90, WESTERN ILLINOIS 56 BOX | PBP | AP RECAP Jarrod Uthoff scored a career-high 27 points and Iowa beat Western Illinois 90-56 on Monday for its fourth consecutive win. Uthoff grabbed nine rebounds and was 10 of 16 from the floor, helping the Hawkeyes (7-2) shoot 50 percent (33 of 66) from the field. Dom Uhl scored 15 points and Adam Woodbury
It's Monday, and that means it's time for me to share my latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal.
Tom Izzo and Michigan State are on a roll, winning their first nine games to open the 2015-16 campaign. [ MORE: Power Rankings | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Big Ten scoreboard | Polls ] The Spartans are playing so well that they are the new No. 1 team in the latest AP and Coaches polls, released Monday afternoon. Two other Big Ten teams are ranked in the polls: Maryland falls to No. 6 (AP) and No. 9 (Coaches) following its first loss of the season, at North Carolina, while Purdue checks at No. 11 in the
The Big Ten office released its latest weekly award winners Monday afternoon. See the honorees in this post.
Northwestern’s Aaron Falzon can stroke it from just about anywhere on the court. [ MORE: Track all of today’s Big Ten action on our scoreboard ] As we learned Saturday afternoon vs. SIU-Edwardsville, this also applies when the true freshman is missing a shoe. Falzon, who entered the game shooting 38 percent from distance, drained a first-half 3-pointer after losing his right shoe on the team’s previous possession. The shoe came off in a similar position as another one did in an Iowa-Northwestern game in early 2013, when former Hawkeyes’ star Aaron White threw it off the court, nearly taking