Big Ten Tournament Second Round Preview

The second day of the Big Ten nearly suffered a huge shake-up due to the scary plane incident that Michigan went through yesterday. Luckily all in the Michigan basketball world are safe and the Big Ten Tournament will be able… Continue Reading


Big Ten Power Rankings Week 6 Purdue’s Big Week

What a huge week for Purdue as they beat two of the best teams in the conference, but Wisconsin will be hard to knock out of the top spot. 14. Rutgers (2-9, 13-11) LW: 14 – Rutgers finally got their second win… Continue Reading


Big Ten Power Rankings Week 5 – Northwestern’s Rise to the Top 3

Another BIG week for the conference as the top 3 teams are finally emerging and we can finally give Northwestern their dues after a few BIG wins. So lets take a look at where each teams falls so far. 14.… Continue Reading


Big Ten Power Rankings Week 4

With all Big Ten teams having at least seven games under their belts, the top teams have begun to separate themselves from the rest of the pack. But there has yet to be an emergence of a true favorite to… Continue Reading


Big Ten Power Rankings, Week 1 – Nebraska Surprises All

What a topsy-turvy start to the Big Ten conference season we have had so far. Nebraska won at Indiana and then went into College Park and beat Maryland. Is Michigan State back from the dead? I have no idea what to… Continue Reading


Top 6 Games to Watch this Weekend

6. Tennessee at #7 North Carolina – Sunday, 5pm ET (ESPN) – UNC is coming off a scare at home against Davidson and welcome in a high-scoring Tennessee team. The Vols have 7 players who score 8.9 points per game or better… Continue Reading


2K Classic Benefiting the Wounded Warriors Project Tournament Preview

Tonight tips off one of the longest running annual preseason tournaments, the 22nd installment of the 2K Classic Benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project. Once again it features four marquee teams from four major conferences, both games can be seen on… Continue Reading


2016-17 Big Ten Preview

A year ago, the Big Ten couldn’t push any teams past the sweet 16. Maryland, Indiana, Purdue, and Michigan State were all advertised as possible Final Four teams. Michigan State as a two seed was knocked off on day 1… Continue Reading