The Big Ten makes another case for being one of the deepest conferences in the nation after their first victory in the Big Ten-ACC Challenge since 2015. Big wins from teams like Purdue, Ohio State, and Indiana are going to be very important for the conference as a whole going into Selection Sunday.
Eight games into the season, Indiana remains as one of the 16 remaining unbeaten teams and one of three in the Big Ten. Despite a poor strength of schedule, they proved they can play the top talent in the country with a statement win over the Florida State Seminoles. The next logical step in the progression to developing this young team is to play a tough team on the road, and we will be tested when we visit Wisconsin this weekend.
The 2019 regular season is in the books and the battle of the Big Ten Championship will once again feature Ohio State, who have won the past two championships.
In a day highlighted by the Hoosier Football team winning its 8th game on the season and securing the Old Oaken Bucket, Indiana basketball gained its seventh win on the season with a 64-50 victory over South Dakota State University in the teams’ first ever meeting between programs.
It seems that every team in the country is vulnerable this season. Considering the home losses to unranked foes for Duke and Kentucky, Michigan State losing a second time this season, and Michigan’s absolute home run against North Carolina, the variability of the season will keep the season interesting from start to finish.
As we enter the final week of conference play, Ohio State has further cemented itself as the top team in the conference with a win over the visiting Nittany Lions, but only by 11 points, their lowest margin of victory on the season.
Teams in the Big Ten are finally starting to shake off the rust that they may have picked up in the offseason. At this point in the season, ball clubs are starting to get a feel for lineups and can begin building new concepts week over week.
Previous 5-star PF recruiting target Dawson Garcia announced his commitment . Marquette this afternoon live on CBS Sports HQ
Per 247Sports, the 5-star recruit, Dawson Garcia, is set to announce where he will play college on Wednesday November 20th at 4:30 ET. He will make his decision live on CBSSports HQ.
With only two weeks of conference play remaining, the conference ranking is starting to take shape. Minnesota was the big story line this week as they were handed their first loss on the season.
Indiana (7-3, 4-3) lose 34-27 for the first time since September on the road against a top-10 Penn State (9-1, 6-1) team fighting to stay in the CFP race.
November basketball has already moved the top dog down. Find out who has overtaken Michigan State’s number one spot in this week’s Big Ten power rankings.
Indiana continues its non-conference schedule with another home game. This time hosting the Troy Trojans who are under new head coach Scott Cross.
Welcome to the first week of college basketball. There is a notable drop off in talent this year, which gives teams like Indiana and Wisconsin a fighter’s chance because the conference is simply not as deep as it was a year ago. Check out our first edition of the Big Ten power rankings below.
For the first time this season, all fourteen Big Ten teams took the field on a Saturday. Yet, only one game came down to the final possession; the rest had margins of at least ten points.
Indiana (6-2, 3-2 B1G) continued their road trip to Nebraska (4-4, 2-3 B1G) to pull off a season-defining victory, making them bowl eligible.
Indiana will continue its road trip from one end of the conference to the other as they come fresh off a win in College Park against a previously ranked Maryland team and now, they head to Lincoln to play the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
In one of the more exciting weeks in the Big Ten, we saw the biggest upset of the season with Wisconsin losing to a struggling Fighting Illini team, but little other major excitement in the results.