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The ink is barely dry on the 2014-15 season. So, that means it’s time to look toward to next season. Yes, the early, early Top 25s for 2015-16 are out, and people are high on the Big Ten.
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BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart asks five Big Ten writers to pick which coach they felt “interacted” with officials the most.
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Five Big Ten men’s basketball teams landed on the first AP Top 25 poll. Get all the details inside!
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The preseason Coaches Poll is out, and six Big Ten teams made the list. Reigning national semifinalist and preseason Big Ten favorite Wisconsin leads the conference at No. 4.
Michigan, Michigan State and Wisconsin all made runs to at least the Elite Eight in the NCAA tournament. Their reward: A top 10 ranking in the final Coaches Poll. The Badgers, who advanced to their first Final Four since 2000, finished No. 4, while Michigan and Michigan State came in at No. 6 and No. 8, respectively. See the full poll in this post.
It’s crazy-nutty to do 2014-15 college hoops polls the moment the final buzzer sounds on the national title game. But, hey, media outlets do it. And, we post it. So, here you go: polls from Bleacher Report, CBSSports.com, ESPN.com, USA Today and Yahoo! Sports.
Big Ten tourney champ Michigan State jumped to No. 11 in the latest AP Poll, released Monday. The Spartans, who were No. 22 before its tourney run, was the biggest mover in this week’s poll. Big Ten regular-season champ Michigan paces the Big Ten at No. 7, one spot higher than last week. See the full poll in this post.
Big Ten outright champ Michigan entered the top 10 of the latest AP Poll, released Monday. The Wolverines, fresh off victories at Illinois and vs. Indiana, moved up from No. 12 to No. 8. Wisconsin, which was No. 9 last week, dropped to No. 12 following Sunday night’s loss at Nebraska. Michigan State (No. 22) and Ohio State (No. 24) round out the Big Ten.
With Ohio State’s losses at Penn State and Indiana, the Big Ten is down to four teams ranked in the AP Poll, released Monday. Wisconsin, winners of seven straight, is back in the top 10, at No. 9, while Michigan, which has clinched at least a share of the Big Ten title, is No. 12. The other two teams: Michigan State (No. 22) and Iowa (No. 24).
The latest AP and Coaches polls came out Monday, and surging Wisconsin leads Big Ten teams at No. 14 in both. Michigan, fresh off its impressive victory over rival Michigan State, comes in No. 16 in each poll, followed by the aforementioned Spartans (No. 18/18), Iowa (No. 20/19) and Ohio State (No. 22/20).
The latest men’s college basketball AP Poll was released Monday, and five Big Ten teams are ranked. Michigan State, fresh off a shocking loss to Nebraska on Sunday, paces the Big Ten at No. 13. Iowa (No. 15), Wisconsin (No. 16), Michigan (No. 20) and Ohio State (No. 24) round out the ranked Big Ten teams. See both polls in this post.
Michigan State remained No. 9 in the latest AP Poll, released Monday, to pace five ranked Big Ten teams. The other four: No. 15 Michigan, No. 16 Iowa, No. 21 Wisconsin and No. 22 Ohio State. See the full poll in this post.
Five Big Ten teams are ranked in the latest Coaches Poll, released Monday. Michigan State leads the way at No. 8, while Iowa (No. 13), Michigan (No. 16), Wisconsin (No. 24) and Ohio State (No. 25) round out the Big Ten contingent. See the Coaches and AP polls in this post.
Following another two wins over top 10 teams, including Saturday night’s upset at then-No. 3 Michigan State, Big Ten leader Michigan went from No. 21 to No. 10 in the latest AP Poll, released Monday. The Spartans dropped four spots, to No. 7, while Wisconsin (No. 14), Iowa (No. 15) and Ohio State (No. 24) also land in the poll. See the AP and Coaches polls in this post.
Fresh off its win at Ohio State and vs. Minnesota, Iowa moved up to No. 10 in the latest AP Poll, released Monday. Michigan State rose one spot, to No. 3, while Wisconsin, the previous No. 3, dropped to No. 9 after back-to-back losses. Ohio State is No. 17 and Michigan returns to the poll at No. 21 to round out the Big Ten contingent. See the full AP and Coaches polls in this post.
Iowa jumped six spots in the latest AP Poll, from No. 20 to No. 14, following its upset win Sunday at then-No. 3 Ohio State. The victory marked Iowa’s first over a top 5 opponent since 2001, and it kept it right in the thick of the Big Ten title race. Meanwhile, Wisconsin and Michigan State both moved up a spot, to No. 3 and No. 4, respectively, as a result of Ohio State’s two-loss week. The Buckeyes dropped to No. 11.
Once again, Ohio State, Wisconsin and Michigan State are Nos. 3-5, respectively, in the latest AP Poll, released Monday morning. The biggest Big Ten news from this week’s poll: Illinois (13-2, 2-0) debuts at No. 23. Iowa, which lost a heartbreaker Sunday night at No. 4 Wisconsin, moved up to No. 20.
Another week, another three Big Ten men’s basketball teams ranked in the top 5 of the latest AP Poll. Just like last week, it’s the same teams and the same order: Ohio State (No. 3), Wisconsin (No. 4), Michigan State (No. 5). One Big Ten team did move up, as Iowa went from No. 25 to No. 22. See the full AP and Coaches polls in this post.
The Big Ten kept three men’s basketball teams in the top 5 of the latest AP Poll, released Monday. Ohio State, No. 3, Wisconsin, No. 4, and Michigan State, No. 5, all stayed put, while Iowa dropped to No. 25 following its narrow road loss at instate rival Iowa State. See the full AP Poll in this post.
The latest men’s college basketball polls were released Monday, and Michigan State has fallen out of the top spot following its home loss to North Carolina in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. The Spartans dropped to No. 5 in the Coaches Poll, while perfect Ohio State moved up to No. 2. Arizona is the new No. 1. As for the AP Poll, three Big Ten teams land in the top 5. See the latest polls in this post.
Michigan State remained No. 1 in the latest AP and Coaches men’s basketball polls, released Monday. Meanwhile, Ohio State entered the top 5 in both (No. 3 in Coaches; No. 5 in AP), and Wisconsin moved into the top 10, (No. 9; No. 8). Michigan (No. 21; No. 22) and Iowa (No. 24; No. 23) are ranked in both, while Indiana comes in at No. 23 in the Coaches.