Wisconsin faces Kentucky in the second national semifinal tonight at AT&T Stadium. Who will win the game? We went to Twitter to see what Big Ten fans thought, and the majority sees the Badgers winning a close one, thanks in large part to clutch free-throw shooting. See the very pro-Big Ten score predictions in this post.
Northwestern is the lone Big Ten team that doesn’t play a spring game. Instead, the Wildcats just conduct a final practice. Hanging over the on-field goings-on on this day was the specter of NU players forming a union. The players will vote on April 25.
BTN/BTN2Go aired Northwestern’s spring practice Saturday morning, and we clipped all the top moments and interviews from the 90-minute session. If you’re a Northwestern fan, you’ll want to see Kyle Prater’s highlight-reel catch and hear Venric Mark’s bold prediction about the team’s 1-2 backfield punch. Watch all of the videos in this post.
Northwestern had anything but a typical offseason. The unionization efforts, spearheaded by former star QB Kain Colter, was something few people saw coming, especially at a place like Northwestern. The efforts not only happened, the National Labor Relations Board recently ruled in favor of the players, stating that student-athletes are employees.
It’s gameday! Before Wisconsin tips off its first Final Four since 2000, relive all of BTN’s interviews from Friday’s Final Four Media Day in Arlington, Texas. The Badgers, the No. 2 seed in the West Region, take on Kentucky, the No. 8 seed in the Midwest Region, at 8:49 p.m. ET.
There was some serious talent and royalty on the sideline Saturday afternoon at the Michigan spring game. Heisman winners Desmond Howard (1991) and Charles Woodson (1997) were at Michigan Stadium to get a sneak peek at the 2014 Wolverines. Our Lisa Byington caught up with both during the action to see their thoughts on what they were seeing.