No Illini coach has started with three straight losing seasons since 1977-’79.
At 315 pounds himself, Brandon Sherff has famously cleaned 443 pounds three times.
Ohio State makes a visit to Louisville in another marquee matchup.
There’s no salvation waiting for Purdue, but hope resides for Minnesota, Illinois and Indiana.
Drew Crawford had 27 points and seven rebounds and Alex Olah added 14 points and seven rebounds to lead Northwestern to a 74-65 victory over Purdue on Sunday in the regular season finale for both teams.
Somewhat miraculously, Illinois and Indiana have climbed into NCAA Tournament contention.
Despite losing star big man Mitch McGary, the Wolverines have climbed to the top of the Big Ten.
By Chris Emma- (CBS) Decades have passed since Nebraska had hope on the hardcourt. A team that has historically been an afterthought on its own campus — plus everywhere else — has energized a fan […]
Ohio State has righted itself, but Michigan and Michigan State still remain on top.
Our expert breaks down who the winners and losers were in the Big Ten on National Signing Day.
Northwestern’s stealing the Big Ten headlines as others falter.
Drew Crawford scored 19 points and blocked the potential tying 3-pointer at the buzzer to lead Northwestern to a 63-60 double-overtime victory over Purdue hours after a shooting on the Boilermakers’ campus on Tuesday.
The Tim Beckman hire was a mistake and everybody has known it since his first press conference.
Jordan Lynch threw for 207 yards and three touchdowns, and Northern Illinois scored on a kickoff return and an interception return to rout Purdue 55-24.
Shavon Shields scored 19 points, Brandon Ubel added 16 points and eight rebounds and Nebraska beat Purdue 57-55 Thursday in the first round of the Big Ten tournament.
D.J. Richardson scored 18 points and Illinois opened up a big first-half lead that buried Purdue 79-59 on Wednesday night.
Reggie Hearn scored a career-high 26 points to lead Northwestern to a 75-60 victory over Purdue on Saturday.
Purdue figured out how to slow the pace — and still score a little, too, Wednesday night.
Elijah Johnson scored 18 points, including the go-ahead basket in the final minute, and No. 2 seed Kansas rallied to beat Robbie Hummel and No. 10 seed Purdue 63-60 on Sunday night.
Rob Jones, who had 23 points, missed a 3 at the buzzer for the seventh-seeded Gaels (27-6).