The Big Ten has some historic venues. Cast your vote for the toughest place to play.
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13W 88-49
- 11/16W 102-76
- 11/19W 86-65
- 11/23L 82-78
- 11/24W 83-73
- 11/25L 72-69
- 11/30W 112-70
- 12/27L 94-74
- 12/5W 92-59
- 12/9W 90-65
- 12/12W 105-60
- 12/19W 80-73
- 12/22W 99-72
- 12/30W 79-72
- 1/2W 79-69
- 1/5W 59-58
- 1/10W 85-60
- 1/16W 70-63
- 1/19W 103-69
- 1/23W 89-57
- 1/26L 82-79
- 1/30W 74-68
- 2/2W 80-67
- 2/6L 68-63
- 2/114W 85-78
- 2/148L 88-69
- 2/17W 80-64
- 2/2017W 77-73
- 2/25W 74-47
- 3/116W 81-78
- 3/614W 80-62
- 3/11L 72-69
- 3/1712W 99-74
- 3/194W 73-67
- 3/251L 101-86
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The Big Ten has led the nation in college basketball attendance for 40 years. So where is the toughest place to steal a win: MSU's Breslin Center, IU's Assembly Hall or Wisconsin's Kohl Center?
No. 6 Golden Eagles Alumni vs. No. 7 Armored Athlete
A lot of Tom Crean's former players square off in The Basketball Tournament. Christian Watford and other ex-Hoosiers lead Armored Athlete vs. Marquette alums in the Super 16 round. Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN
With the game on the line, some players are better suited than others to have the ball in their hands. Each top-25 team has a player who should have the rock in the game's final seconds.
Former stars Marshall Henderson and Mike Bibby join alums from Syracuse, Kansas, Indiana, Marquette, Gonzaga, Florida, Cincinnati and more in the Super 16 field of The Basketball Tournament.
Some Big Ten coaches, such as Minnesota's Richard Pitino, sit squarely on the hot seat. Others, such as Michigan State's Tom Izzo, are untouchable. How do they all stack up?
There are four top-50 prospects from the state of Indiana in the 2017 class -- will the Hoosiers strike out on all four? They have work to do.
Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer
Indiana men's basketball coach Tom Crean is here at the summer league chatting with former Hoosier Troy Williams, who's playing for the Phoenix Suns.
Most coaches are basketball lifers, but they have other interests, too. If the heads of each top 25 college basketball program weren't coaching, which lines of work would they pursue?
Porter likely Seattle bound
Michael Porter Jr. cut his list back in May, with Washington, Indiana, Oklahoma, Missouri and Virginia still in contention. But all signs point to Porter ending up at Washington. Post-Peach Jam updates (Insider)
Some players just understand the game, see the floor better. One day you might see these guys pacing the sidelines instead of running the floor. Here are the future coaches on every top 25 team.
North Carolina coach Roy Williams is taking a page out of Willie Nelson's book. Kentucky's unapologetic program channeling Beyoncé? There's a song out there for every top-25 team.
The 2016 NBA draft is just one day away, but it's not too soon to identify future prospects. The next crop of NBA All-Stars will be playing college hoops next season for the nation's top teams.
Indiana is already at the scholarship limit for the 2017-18 season, but the Hoosiers have three potential NBA Draft prospects and need reinforcements.
The appetite for the next reality TV show seems to keep growing. So each top-25 college basketball team must have a candidate for that future show's star. Who's yours?
Freshmen can change the shape of nearly every top-25 college basketball roster, and next season's group is no different. Each top-25 team has a new player to get familiar with.
Indiana will be fun to watch next season
Dominant big man Thomas Bryant returns along with guard James Blackmon Jr. The Hoosiers be tough inside and will boast another ball-moving, pace-pushing perimeter. Way-Too-Early Top 25
Chad Ford provides the latest intel on which players are entering the 2016 NBA draft and which are staying put.
Indiana guard James Blackmon Jr., who averaged 15.8 points in 13 games before being injured last season, has withdrawn from the NBA draft.
It's decision day for two Hoosiers
James Blackmon Jr. and Troy Williams, two of Indiana's top performers last season, have until midnight to decide whether to stay in the NBA draft or return to Bloomington.
Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider
Official decisions left (14 remain) before tonight's 11:59 deadline: Roscoe Allen (Stanford); James Blackmon (Indiana), Jaron Blossomgame (Clemson), Isaiah Briscoe (Kentucky), Tyler Dorsey (Oregon), Nikola Jovanovic (USC), Marcus Lee (Kentucky), Chinanu Onuaku (Louisville), Alec Peters (Valpo), Pascal Siakam (NM State), Caleb Swanigan (Purdue), Melo Trimble (Maryland), Andrew White (Nebraska), Troy Williams (Indiana).
Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider
Official decisions coming tomorrow for about 20 players who have tested the waters: Roscoe Allen (Stanford); James Blackmon (Indiana), Jaron Blossomgame (Clemson), Isaiah Briscoe (Kentucky), Dillon Brooks (Oregon), Tyler Dorsey (Oregon), Josh Hart (Villanova), Nikola Jovanovic (USC), Marcus Lee (Kentucky), Malik Newman (Miss St), Chinanu Onuaku (Louisville), Alec Peters (Valpo), Pascal Siakam (NM State), Caleb Swanigan (Purdue), Melo Trimble (Maryland), Andrew White (Nebraska), Isaiah Whitehead (Seton Hall), Troy Williams (Indiana).
Michigan State-Duke in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge will pit two of the best recruiting classes in the nation. Here's a look at all the games.
The ACC/Big Ten Challenge will be highlighted by Duke's tilt with Michigan State and Indiana's showdown with North Carolina.
What's the best fit for Williams?
Troy Williams Jr. averaged 13.3 points, 5.8 rebounds and made 35 percent of his 3s this past season. But his consistency was a point of concern for NBA executives, writes Jeff Goodman. Will they stay or will they go (Insider)
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