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Ranking the Big Ten Head Coaches

The Big Ten is considered one of the best conferences, if not the best year after year. The quality of players they sign season after season and the high level of play is impeccable. The coaches in the Big Ten often don’t get the credit they deserve. The Big Ten has one of the most inexperienced head coaches in the

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B1G/ACC Challenge Preview

The Big Ten faces off with the ACC in the 20th year of the challenge. The ACC currently leads the challenge in yearly wins, holding 12 compared to the Big Ten’s five, which is accompanied by three ties, one of which came last year. The event started with two games yesterday, with each of the two premier conferences winning one.

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2019-20 Big Ten Season Preview

The time has almost come. Another season, another speculatory article of the potential happenings of madness that is the Big Ten conference. Last season, we saw one team reach Minneapolis as the Spartans dream for another national title fell short in the national semifinals. 2019-20 has the makings for a Big Ten team to win the national title, and it

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EACH BIG TEN TEAMS’ BREAKOUT PLAYER IN 19-20

As we inch closer to what will be another thrilling Big Ten conference season, here are each teams’ breakout player to watch in 2019-2020: Rutgers-  Caleb McConnell (Sophomore) 2018-19 Season Stats: 5.5 PTS 2.5 REB  1.0 AST  41% FG Michigan- Isaiah Livers (Junior) 2018-19 Season Stats: 7.9 PTS 3.9 REB  0.7 AST  48.7% FG Michigan State- Aaron Henry (Sophomore) 2018-19 Season

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Predicting the Big Ten Tournament

First round — Wednesday, March 13 Game 1: 12 Rutgers vs. 13 Nebraska 6:30 BTN The Scarlet Knights won the lone meeting between these two teams 76-69 on January 21st, and I like Steve Pikell’s team to sweep the season series on Wednesday. Geo Baker and Eugene Omoruyi will be too tough to handle for the Huskers. A disappointing season

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Big Ten 2018-19 Season Preview

The Big Ten continues to be an impossible conference to judge.  Last season, the Spartans and Boilermakers ran through the competition, each finishing with over 30 wins on the season.  However, Michigan State lost to Syracuse in the Round of 32, while Purdue got beat badly by Texas Tech in the Sweet 16.  This left Michigan – also a 3

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