The man former Purdue coach Danny Hope used to call "Superman" was busy trying to save the world Wednesday night. Ryan Kerrigan, the ex-Purdue standout, had a role in "Sharknado 3."
Kyle Schwarber is showing the baseball world what the Big Ten knew years ago. The former Indiana star catcher and 2014 Big Ten tourney MVP can swing it, mash, rake, whatever you want to call it. Schwarber hit the game-tying and game-winning home runs in the Chicago Cubs’ 5-4 extra-inning marathon win Tuesday night at Cincinnati. Watch both longballs in the GIF above. He finished the night 4-for-6 – a triple shy of the cycle – with four RBI. Impressive stuff. Even more impressive: Schwarber, in his first 11 games, is hitting .410 with three home runs, 10 RBI, 10
Former Ohio State guard Shannon Scott helped lead the San Antonio Spurs to the Las Vegas Summer League championship on Monday. [ MORE: Get all of our coverage of Big Ten professionals ] Scott went for two points, six rebounds, four assists and three steals in the Spurs’ 93-90 victory over the Phoenix Suns. In seven games in Las Vegas with San Antonio, Scott averaged 5.4 points, 4.7 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.1 steals. Scott won the title, but one-and-done Indiana star Noah Vonleh highlighted ex-Big Ten stars in action, averaging 17.3 points and 8.5 rebounds in six games. Here’s
Which five personalities should represent your Big Ten school? Check out BTN.com web editor Sean Merriman's five picks for all 14 teams inside.
Green Bay Packer or Cincinnati Bengal, former Ohio State star LB A.J. Hawk can't escape the American Century Golf Tournament fan who, for whatever reason, enjoys being tackled.
Devon Still delivered a moving speech while accepting the Jimmy V. Perseverance Award on behalf of his daughter Leah, 5, at the ESPYS on Wednesday night.
With the Orlando and Utah summer league seasons complete and the Las Vegas Summer League now underway, let's take a look at former Big Ten players' statistics.
Former Michigan State star Draymond Green answered questions from the media on Thursday during a press conference to address his newly signed five-year, $82 million contract with the Golden State Warriors. [ MORE: Get all of our Big Ten pros coverage ] During the press conference, Green was asked about the impact Michigan State’s Tom Izzo has had on him, both as a player and as a man. “That’s the thing I love about Coach Izzo is, him raising you into a man when you get to his program is 10 times more important than what type of basketball player
Several former Big Ten basketball players are set to take place in the second annual “The Basketball Tournament,” which kicks off today with the South and West Regional rounds. A total of 97 teams will play in the tournament, with the winning team taking home a $1,000,000 grand prize. What a fun event, right? That got me wondering what a team for every Big Ten school would look like? In order to do this, I chose a group of five players from every Big Ten school who I think would make the best 5-on-5 team today. The conditions are that
Draymond Green is a gregarious personality, an NBA champion and, most recently, a very rich man, this after signing a five-year deal worth $85 million. [ MORE: Draymond Green helps lead Golden State to NBA title ] With all of his fame, Green is no stranger to hearing from internet trolls; in fact, he’s responded to several Twitter trolls in recent days, often correcting their grammar and providing quick quips. See them at @Money23Green. The former Michigan State star and 2012 Big Ten Player of the Year had the perfect response Wednesday to someone saying, “No one likes you.” Read