It’s officially 2020. College football relinquishes attention to Big Ten basketball. Teams across the conference are closing out a light week of work to wrap up their holiday breaks, and now they meet face-to-face with the brutal grind of a Big Ten conference slate.
As we close out the month of December, there are a very few certain things about this conference. That being said, one thing we do know for sure is that the Big Ten has earned enough of a non-conference resume as a league to be a top two conference.
Northwestern, you blew it. Michigan State is the lone team at the top of the Big Ten with a 2-0 conference record. In the middle, you have 12 teams tied with a 1-1 record. At the bottom, the Big Ten Wildcats are a looking for their first conference victory. Their loss against Michigan State in Evanston was the first game lost by a home team in conference game all season.
Get ready for one of the most brutal 20-game gauntlets that we all recognize as Big Ten basketball. The conference started off with a volatile …
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.
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.
Indiana had not defeated the Wolverines since 1987 and looked to make history. Instead IU laid an egg and got blown out at Memorial Stadium. See what we learned.
After Indiana’s 39-14 loss to #13 Michigan, head coach Tom Allen, Peyton Ramsey, Peyton Hendershot, and Reakwon Jones provided their thoughts.
BLOOOMINGTON, Ind. — In a game that seemed to be eerily tied to the weather conditions of the afternoon, the Hoosiers lose on senior day …
How to watch and a quick scouting report on Indiana’s upcoming match up against the No. 13 Michigan Wolverines on the Hoosiers’ senior night.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. — On a chilly championship Sunday in November, the Hoosiers defeat the third-seeded Michigan Wolverines to become the 2019 Big Ten Conference …
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.
After two weeks, there is more uncertainty about where teams lie in the Big Ten than when we started. Ohio State seems to be firmly seated at the top for the moment, but preseason top-tier teams Nebraska and Michigan have been under-performing while lower teams such as Maryland and Wisconsin have been far exceeding expectations.
No. 25 Hoosiers travel to Ann Arbor for a three-game series against the No. 19 Michigan Wolverines. The Wolverines have an impressive 13 game win streak that the Hoosiers need to snap to have a chance at winning the Big Ten conference.
Indiana disappoints a home crowd ready to erupt with a painfully tough to watch display. Hoosiers lose to Michigan 46-69 for their sixth straight loss.
The Hoosiers seek a bounce-back win at home against the Wolverines who visit Assembly Hall.
All three guys are back this week to jump right into talking about the beginning of January play for men’s basketball. They briefly cover the amazing accomplishments of Andrew Gutman and the Women’s basketball team over the weekend, but then get into a brief overview of the Illinois and Michigan games.