Maryland men’s basketball lands at No. 2 in the AP Top 25 poll and Iowa follows up at No 4 in the latest AP Top 25 poll. Also Monday, Maryland is at No. 2 in The USA Today Coaches Poll, while Iowa received three first-place votes and landed at No. 5 overall. [ MORE: Power Rankings | Player Rankings | Bracketology | Big Ten weekly honors (Feb. 8) | Polls | Standings | Stats | Scoreboard | Win a trip to B1G tourney ] Maryland received 13 No. 1 votes in the AP poll and moved up two spots from No
The debate over the Big Ten’s best men’s basketball team is one that includes at least a couple of candidates. [ MORE: Follow @BTNJonCrispin | Power Rankings | Big Ten midterm grades | Best of week that was | Players of the Week | Bracketology | Scoreboard | Standings | Stats | Polls | Win a trip for two to the Big Ten tourney ] For what it’s worth, the latest national polls, released Monday, agree that the answer is Maryland. The Terrapins come in at No. 4 (AP) and No. 3 (Coaches) to pace five Big Ten teams in
Just how high would Iowa soar in the latest men’s college basketball polls? [ MORE: Follow @BTNJonCrispin | Power Rankings | Player Rankings | Ranking this week’s games | Best of week ahead | Scoreboard | Standings | Stats | Polls | Win a trip for two to the Big Ten tourney ] That was a common question following the Hawkeyes’ victory over Purdue on Sunday afternoon, improving Fran McCaffery’s crew to 7-0 in the Big Ten. The answer is in, and Iowa comes in at No. 3 (AP) and No. 4 (Coaches) in the latest national polls, released Monday.
The latest AP & Coaches men’s basketball polls were released Monday, and each has five Big Ten teams ranked. [ MORE: Follow @BTNJonCrispin | Power Rankings | Player Rankings | Best of the week that was | Big Ten award winners | Polls | Standings | Stats | Scores ] Maryland paces the handful of Big Ten teams, at No. 7 (AP) and No. 5 (Coaches). Undefeated Iowa, which is 5-0 in the Big Ten for the first time since the 1996-97 season, comes in at No. 9 in both polls. Michigan State, fresh off a pair of losses, drops
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.
BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart asks five Big Ten writers to pick which coach they felt “interacted” with officials the most.
Five Big Ten men's basketball teams landed on the first AP Top 25 poll. Get all the details inside!
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. [ MORE: Get all of our Big Ten men’s basketball media coverage ] Michigan State (No. 18), Ohio State (20), Nebraska (21), Michigan (23) and Iowa (25) round out the Big Ten teams. Coaches Rankings Rankings as of 10/16/2014 Rank School Votes Prev Rank 1 Kentucky 0-0 785 (24) NR 2 Arizona 0-0 746 (3) NR 3 Duke 0-0 715 (2) NR 4 Wisconsin 0-0 706 (3) NR 5 Kansas 0-0
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. Coaches Rankings Rankings as of 4/8/2014 Rank School Record Votes Prev Rank 1 Connecticut Huskies 32-8 791 (30) 19 2 Kentucky Wildcats 29-11 759 (1) 22 3 Florida Gators 36-3 735 1 4 Wisconsin Badgers 30-8
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. Know this: There’s lots of love for the Badgers, including a spot atop the Bleacher Report early, early, early poll for Wisconsin. [ MORE: Dienhart: Who will turn pro? | NBA draft analyst on B1G prospects ] Why not? The Badgers lose only one key senior: guard Ben Brust. Otherwise, Wisconsin expects to welcome back the