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Spring football: Interviews & features from across the Big Ten.

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Tomorrow
3:00 PMMonmouth at RutgersWatch
4:00 PMW. Michigan at Michigan St.Watch
4:00 PMFort Wayne at PurdueWatch
6:00 PMValparaiso at PurdueWatch
6:05 PMIndiana St. at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMVillanova at MichiganWatch
Friday Mar 31
3:00 PMMaryland at RutgersWatch
4:00 PMMaryland at Michigan St.Watch

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Illinois names Oklahoma State's Brad Underwood as new head coach

Illinois has its new coach: It’s Brad Underwood from Oklahoma State. Underwood, 53, offers hope for a program that has missed the last four NCAA tourneys. Illinois hasn’t gone that long without a Big Dance appearance since missing the event from 1964-1980.

NCAA tourney preview: No. 4 Purdue vs. No. 5 Iowa State

Before No. 4 Purdue battles No. 5 Iowa State in the Midwest Region on Saturday night, BTN researcher Harold Shelton shares with you what the Big Ten regular-season champs have working in their favor and working against them in their matchup vs. the Cyclones.

NCAA tourney preview: No. 1 Gonzaga vs. No. 8 Northwestern

Before No. 8 Northwestern takes on No. 1 Gonzaga in the West Region on Saturday afternoon, BTN researcher Harold Shelton shares with you what the Wildcats have working in their favor and working against them in their matchup vs. the Bulldogs.

NCAA tourney preview: No. 1 Villanova vs. No. 8 Wisconsin

No. 8 Wisconsin faces No. 1 Villanova in the East Region on Saturday afternoon. The winner advances to the Sweet 16, which Wisconsin has advanced to each of the last three seasons and five of the last six.

Saturday's Big Ten hockey tournament final is set

No. 2 Wisconsin defeated No. 3 Ohio State 2-1, and No. 4 Penn State beat No. 1 Minnesota 4-3 in 2OT in the Big Ten semifinals to set up Saturday's tournament final between the Badgers and Nittany Lions.

Tourney recap: No. 9 Michigan State rolls No. 8 Miami

No. 9 seeded Michigan State overcame an early 12-point deficit and never looked back against Miami, as the Spartans rolled to a 78-58 victory over the 'Canes.