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3:00 PMIowa at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMMichigan St. at Penn St.Watch
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7:00 PMMichigan at Rutgers Watch
8:00 PMIndiana at NebraskaWatch
8:00 PMMaryland at NorthwesternWatch
8:00 PMPurdue at IowaWatch

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Gallery: BTN, Big Ten celebrate in Washington D.C.

In addition to last week’s event in New York to celebrate the Big Ten Conference’s expansion to the East Coast and broader distribution for BTN, the network decked out the Half Street Fairgrounds in Washington D.C. Monday prior to B1G Night at Nationals Park. See a photo gallery from the party in this post. [ MORE: Gallery: Big Ten mascots tour Washington D.C. ]

Top 5 Rutgers basketball and football teams

As a way of getting to know Rutgers and welcoming the Scarlet Knights into the Big Ten, here’s a look at the top five basketball and football seasons in school history. [ MORE: Get to know Rutgers Athletic Center ] Top Five Basketball Seasons 1. 1975-76 (31-2). Led by Eddie Jordan, Phil Sellers, Mike Dabney, James Bailey and Hollis Copeland, the Scarlet Knights went 31-0 in the regular season. Alas, Tom Young’s club lost to Michigan and UCLA in the Final Four at The Spectrum in Philadelphia to end the national title dream. 2. 1966-67 (22-7). This team put Rutgers

Top 5 Maryland basketball and football teams

As a way of getting to know Maryland and to welcome it to the Big Ten, here’s a look at the top five basketball and football teams in school annals. [ MORE: Get to know Maryland’s Comcast Center ] Top 5 basketball seasons 1. 2001-2002 (32-4). Expectations were high entering the season, as Maryland ranked No. 2 in the preseason coaches poll on the heels of an unexpected Final Four run. And Gary Williams’ crew, a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tourney, won the national title game over Indiana behind the play of Lonny Baxter, Steve Blake, Juan Dixon,

Clothes Call: Rutgers football uniforms

Welcome to the Big Ten, Rutgers! Now that the Scarlet Knights are an official member of the Big Ten, we thought it would be a good time to take a look at the school’s football uniforms. Check out a photo gallery in this post that includes Rutgers’ uniform of choice for every 2013 game. As you can tell below, Rutgers, a Nike school, really likes the monochromatic look. In all 13 games, in fact, the Scarlet Knights wore the same color jersey and pants. [ MORE: Gallery: View all Rutgers athletics uniforms ] The helmet is harder to predict. Rutgers

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Clothes Call: Maryland football uniforms

Welcome to the Big Ten, Maryland! Now that the Terrapins are an official member of the Big Ten, we thought it would be a good time to take a look at the school’s much-talked-about football uniforms. Check out a photo gallery in this post that includes Maryland’s uniform of choice for every 2013 game. Outfitted by Under Armour, Maryland pretty much makes a statement every time it takes the field — or any playing surface, for that matter. [ MORE: umterps.com: View 2013-14 Maryland athletic uniforms ] The Terps, depending on the day, can go plain, either all-white or all-black, or

Rutgers tour guide: Enjoy your visit, Big Ten fans!

Planning a road trip to Rutgers to see your Big Ten team take on the Scarlet Knights? Well, you’re in luck, because I asked Ryan Dunleavy (@rydunleavy), of Gannett New Jersey, to compile the perfect tour guide for visiting fans. See his full tour guide in this post. [ MORE: View all of our Maryland and Rutgers welcoming coverage ] Best Place(s) To Eat: New Jersey knows how to eat. Rutgers is best known for its dozens of variations on the Fat Sandwich served at the “Grease Trucks” – food trucks parked in spots scattered around campus. The original Fat

Maryland tour guide: Enjoy your visit, Big Ten fans!

Planning a road trip to Maryland to see your Big Ten team take on the Terrapins? Well, you’re in luck, because I asked Jeff Ermann (@insidemdsports), of Inside MD Sports, to compile a tour guide for visiting Big Ten fans. Check out his guide in this post. [ MORE: View all of our Maryland and Rutgers welcoming coverage ] 1. Comcast Center: Known as the house that Gary [Williams] built, Comcast Center is one of college basketball’s premier basketball arenas and often a nightmare for opposing teams. Opened in 2002, the arena’s trademark feature is ‘The Wall” — a steeply-built,

Top 10 Rutgers basketball players of all time

With Rutgers officially joining the Big Ten, we’re providing a look at the school’s history across basketball and football. Here, I take a look at the top 10 basketball players in school annals. [ MORE: View all of our Maryland and Rutgers welcoming coverage ] 1. Phil Sellers (1972-76). Initially headed to Notre Dame out of high school, Sellers instead landed at Rutgers and helped the team to the 1976 Final Four, considered the greatest team in school annals that took a 31-0 mark into the Final Four. Sellers still is the school’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder. 2. Bob

Top 10 Maryland basketball players of all time

With Maryland officially joining the Big Ten, we’re providing a look at the school’s history across basketball and football. Here, I take a look at the top 10 basketball players in school annals. [ MORE: View all of our Maryland and Rutgers welcoming coverage ] 1. Juan Dixon (1998-2002). The school’s all-time leading scorer, Dixon’s highlight was leading the Terps to the 2002 national championship. An emotional and gutsy leader, Dixon averaged 16.1 points and was an All-American and ACC Player of the Year in 2002. 2. Len Bias (1982-86). He tallied 2,149 points and averaged 23.2 points his final

Top 5 moments in Rutgers sports history

As a way of officially welcoming Rutgers into the Big Ten, let’s take a look at some of thetop five moments in the Scarlet Knights’ athletic history. See my top 5 list in this post. [ MORE: View all of our Maryland and Rutgers welcoming coverage ] 1. The “Unforgettable Season.” The 1975-76 hoops team reached the Final Four en route to compiling a 31-2 mark. Rutgers went unbeaten in the regular season, playing a quick pace on offense and pressing defense behind stars like Eddie Jordan, Phil Sellers, Mike Dabney and Hollis Copeland. 2. The football team becomes national