With 2015 football behind us, we turn our attention to the season premiere of “The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2016,” which debuts at 8 p.m. ET Sunday, right after the Purdue-Illinois men’s basketball game on BTN. This week, our crew looks at Purdue’s Rapheal Davis’ transformation into a premier defensive player while restoring some of Purdue’s “Play Hard” mentality over the last two years. He also discusses how being a father to his daughter motivates him. We also explore how Wisconsin basketball is adjusting to Greg Gard being named interim coach after Bo Ryan stepped down and examine a career path
There were two Big Ten men's basketball games on the slate Thursday.
No team has been a bigger surprise so far than Iowa. And no player has been as surprisingly impressive as the Hawkeyes Jarrod Uthoff. [ MORE: Win a trip to the B1G tourney | Standings | Stats | Scoreboard | Polls ] The 6-9, 210-pound senior from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is averaging a league-high 18.6 points to go along with 6.1 rebounds. The last two times out, Uthoff has scored 25 points in helping the Hawkeyes dump Nebraska and overcome a 17-point deficit at then No. 14 Purdue to prevail. He also had 10 points and six blocks in a
With Wednesday night's games behind us and more basketball ahead, here are my latest "Three Takes." This week I look at Ohio State, Jarrod Uthoff, and the Big Ten's best dunkers.
Beyond athletics, 2015 was a big year for the Big Ten. On Monday, we looked back at several of the best stories from the previous year from universities in the East Division of the conference. Now, we turn our attention to the West Division. This roundup features Big Ten universities taking on issues that range from world hunger to apocalyptic asteroid strikes. Take a look below. ILLINOIS Illinois professor works to prevent asteroid armageddon Illinois’ Orange Krush drops dimes for team, local community IOWA Hawkeye homecoming queen takes on engineering, international aid and triathlons Hawkeyes get inspirational leadership from ‘Captains’
Our first Super Wednesday of the Big Ten men’s basketball season was a success. Maryland cruised to an impressive 88-63 win over Rutgers in the first game of the evening. Ohio State followed that with a 65-56 victory over Northwestern. The Buckeyes have beaten the Wildcats in 28 of the last 29 meetings between the two teams. [ MORE: Follow @BTNJonCrispin | Power Rankings | Player Rankings | Best of week that was | Win trip for two to the Big Ten tourney | Polls | Standings | Stats | Scores ] With both games on BTN, we were able
Indiana honored the 1976 Hoosiers squad on the 40th anniversary of that team';s national championship season. One publication graded both the Michigan and Michigan State football teams. And Rutgers is eyeing new facilities. Those stories top our Wednesday collection of Big Ten headlines.
With the return of BTN’s Super Wednesday weekly men’s basketball doubleheader, we’re rolling out Court Pass on BTN2Go once again. This is where we turn the BTN TV cameras on at each Big Ten basketball venue 30 minutes before each Wednesday game on BTN and live stream the video via BTN2Go.com and the BTN2Go app. There are a few nifty parts to Court Pass on BTN2Go, including the fact that you can see both teams warm up, catch the atmosphere at the arena as fans get ready, and often hear the bands play before the games tip off. Also, every Court
There were three Big Ten men's basketball games on Tuesday night, highlighted by two contests on BTN.
Indiana guard James Blackmon Jr., the team's second-leading scorer, is out indefinitely with a right knee injury.