All-American From Tinley Park Serves As Example To Others Born PrematureParents of preemies can look to one of the players expected to be picked in the early rounds of the NFL Draft this week as inspiration for how far their little ones can go.
Indiana Beats Northwestern, 71-56, In Big Ten Second RoundJames Blackmon Jr. scored 25 points.
Emma's Big Ten Power Rankings: Is Indiana For Real?Stuck in the muck of the Big Ten sits an Indiana team with all the potential to make an NCAA Tournament run or bow out in the NIT.
Watch: Missouri Students Go Wild Over NIT SelectionWasting time making satirical videos is a collegiate pastime.
Report: Cody Zeller Will Declare For NBA DraftA day after teammate Victor Oladipo declared for the NBA Draft, Indiana center Cody Zeller is expected to do the same Wednesday afternoon.
Oladipo Makes Jump To NBA; Zeller Could Announce Decision WednesdayVictor Oladipo announced Tuesday that he will skip his senior season at Indiana and enter the NBA draft.
Zeller, Oladipo Lead Hoosiers To 80-64 Win Over IlliniCody Zeller scored 24 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead No. 3 Indiana past Illinois 80-64 Friday in the Big Ten quarterfinals.
Wisch: Sold-Out Big Ten Tourney Shows Chicago Should Stay In MixIn 2006, when Indianapolis beat out Chicago for exclusive rights to host the Big Ten men’s basketball tournament from 2008-12, conference commissioner Jim Delany expressed his hope that a fixed location would help boost attendance for his league’s hoops extravaganza.
Hoge: Examining The Floor/Ceiling For The Big Ten's Eight ContendersLet's take a look at the floor and ceiling for each Big Ten contender as the regular season nears an end.
Silverman: Forget Football, Big Ten Is Now A Basketball ConferenceThe 2012-13 college basketball season has been even better than most for the Big Ten. This is the year that the Big Ten is talented, powerful and deep.
Groce On Beating No. 1 Indiana: We Battled All Night Illinois' win over No. 1 Indiana on Thursday night wasn't easy.
Wisch: This Year's Big Ten Success Doesn't Match 1989... YetIn 108 years of Big Ten basketball, the 1988-89 season still stands out as the conference’s gold standard.