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Mackey Arena

Big Ten Teams Unveil New Courts

Every Big Ten basketball court will have a different look for the 2011-12 season, whether it be the new B1G logo, the addition of the semi-circle under the basket or the elimination of the women’s 3-point line, but at least a handful have undergone other makeovers. The floors at Illinois’ Assembly Hall, Carver-Haweye Arena, Crisler Arena, Welsh-Ryan Arena and Mackey Arena will feature new looks when the season tips Friday. Watch a feature on Illinois’ new court now and see all the new designs in this post. Thoughts? To me, the biggest winner of the new designs has to be

Wisconsin's Barry Alvarez

On the Next Big Ten Icons: Barry Alvarez

Barry Alvarez turned the Wisconsin football program into a national power during his program-record 16-year tenure in Madison, Wis. Alvarez compiled a 118-73-4 career record, won Big Ten titles in 1993, 1998 and 1999, and is the only coach to win consecutive Rose Bowls. At 11 p.m. ET Tuesday, catch the debut of Alvarez’s Big Ten Icons that spotlights the current Wisconsin athletic director’s remarkable run with the Badgers. Watch a clip of the show now. Who are the other coaches previously featured on Big Ten Icons? We profiled Nebraska’s Tom Osborne, Penn State’s Joe Paterno, Iowa’s Dan Gable and

Wisconsin's Jordan Taylor

Watch Men's Hoops Preview Video

Our Men’s Basketball Season Preview: 2011-2012 aired Monday night, and you can watch all the video clips right here. You can find the women’s preview clips here. We’re also tracking all the Big Ten exhibition action before the ball tips for real Friday night. Have you heard the Big Ten Geeks are back with us for another season? Our two Geeks bloggers, Josh Reed and Michael Portscheller, will post their usual statistical brilliance all season long. Check out their first Big Ten team preview: Penn State. You can still look back at and rate Gus Johnson’s top calls from last

Ohio State's Aaron Craft

Men's Hoops Exhibition Roundup

It’s the exhibition season for Big Ten men’s basketball teams, which means it’s only a matter of days before the ball jumps for real. Until the games start to count on the ledger, though, use this post to see how the conference’s teams are doing in exhibition play, plus watch select video highlights and analysis. We’ll update this roundup after every exhibition game, so make sure to come back here for the latest Big Ten men’s hoops results. ILLINOIS Nov. 1: Illinois 79, Wayne State 51 Nov. 7: Illinois 73, Quincy 45 INDIANA Nov. 5: Indiana 90, Indianapolis 72 IOWA

Ohio State's Samantha Prahalis

Watch Women's Hoops Preview Video

We’re tracking Big Ten exhibition games for Big Ten women’s hoops teams until the season officially tips off. Find your Big Ten women’s hoops schedules for all 12 teams here. Simply use the dropdown box to find your team. Watch former Purdue standout and BTN analyst Stephanie White offer her 2011-12 women’s storylines now and check out all of our women’s preview video.

Michigan State Camo

Spartans Model Camo Unis for Carrier Classic

As college basketball fans know well by now, Michigan State will play top-ranked North Carolina on the flight deck of the USS Carl Vinson on Friday night in the inaugural Carrier Classic. What college basketball fans may not know is that Michigan State will wear camo uniforms for the highly anticipated Veterans Day game. Watch the Big Ten Pulse’s interview with Michigan State’s Tom Izzo now and see the Spartans model the special uniforms in a MSUSpartanAthletics YouTube video in this post. Thoughts? Post it as a comment below. I like the tribute, I like that “USA” will replace the

Wisconsin's Russell Wilson

Dienhart: Big Ten Trophy Tracker

The Big Ten Trophy Tracker is coming into sharper focus as the season hits the final stretch. With only three week left in the season, there’s a new player on top of Graham-George Offensive Player of the Year checklist. And it’s a big, physical running back from the Legends Division who just may carry his team to the Big Ten title game. See senior writer Tom Dienhart’s top 3 candidates for all 14 of the inaugural postseason trophies in this post. BIG TEN TROPHY TRACKER Graham-George Offensive Player of the Year 1. Marcus Coker, RB, Iowa 2. Russell Wilson,

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Live Chat Wrapup: Tom Dienhart, Nov. 7 senior writer Tom Dienhart chats live every Monday at noon ET during the football season. Did you miss it? We took questions for about an hour and Dienhart touched on the past weekend and he upcoming one, too. He was joined by web editor Brent Yarina. Look back at the conversation we had and come back next Monday at 10:30 a.m. ET for the next football chat with Dienhart. Next chat will be here! Tom Dienhart: Ready to talk some B1G grid? Two big games this Saturday: Big Red at Penn State, and Sparty at Herky! Tom Dienhart:

Northwestern's Kain Colter

Big Ten Releases Players of the Week

The Big Ten Conference announced its Week 10 Football Players of the Week on Monday morning. Five players were recognized, including Co-Offensive Player Kain Colter, who filled in for an injured Dan Persa in the second half to lead Northwestern to an upset win at ranked Nebraska. Colter accounted for three touchdowns, two on the ground and an 81-yard scoring strike to Jeremy Ebert. See all the winners in this post. Tonight on BTN: Don’t miss Big Ten Pulse at 6:30 ET with Rick Pizzo, Derek Rackley and Tim Doyle. At 7, it’s Big Ten Breakdown with Mike Hall, Howard

Wisconsin's Nick Toon

Week 11 Football Power Rankings

Every week during the football season, Brent Yarina posts his latest Big Ten Power Rankings. Week 10 featured a big-time upset, as Northwestern went into Memorial Stadium and upset previously streaking Nebraska. As for the power rankings, they are not meant to mimic the Big Ten standings. What fun would that be? They aren’t scientific, either. They’re simply Brent’s thoughts on where each Big Ten team stands after its latest game and entering its next contest. Agree? Disagree? Tweet @BTNBrentYarina. 1. Wisconsin (7-2, 3-2) – OK, now that the Badgers have gotten those back-to-back last-minute road losses out of their