It’s time for a quick look at the current Big Ten men’s basketball standings!
Here they are!
I confess that I haven’t seen Purdue play yet this year, but I have seen Michigan State a couple times. They are scary good. We will see Purdue really soon as we get them on the road on the
Then you have five teams sitting at 2-1, Nebraska included. This is a nice start, but remember that last season Nebrasketball started 3-0 before losing 8 of their next 10 games.
Further down we have.. Indiana at 1-2! I bet they are not happy.
Rounding out the bottom we have Illinois and rutger. rutger is expected.. but even below rutger is IOWA BASKETBALL ALL BY THEMSELVES. 0-4. Gee, that’s awful!
I don’t expect Nebrasketball to go on to lose 8 of their next 10 this season because this team has depth, and a bunch of different people who can score from anywhere on the floor. I am cautiously optimistic of a decent season - emphasis on “cautious”.
Should I be making fun of Iowa, given Nebraska’s basketball history and chance of possible collapse this season?
YES! Any time you have the chance to kick your rivals when they’re down, you should do it! THIS IS HOW GOOD SPORTSIN’ WORKS!
There is that old “what goes around, comes around” phrase, but IGNORE IT! You might be gone by the time anything comes back around!
Scott Frost to Appear in ESPN CFP Pregame Coverage | Hail Varsity
Following a 34-27 win over Auburn in the Peach Bowl on Jan. 1 and the completion of the only undefeated season in major college football, new Nebraska head coach Scott Frost is set to provide pregame coverage for ESPN in the run-up to the College Football Playoff National Championship on Jan. 8.
Huskers Look to Bounce Back in First Conference Duals - Nebraska Huskers
No. 20 Nebraska is gearing up to start Big Ten action this weekend, as the Huskers visit 12th-ranked Illinois on Friday night before returning home to host Maryland Sunday afternoon.
Nebraska at Purdue: Preview, Odds, & How to Watch - Hammer and Rails
Purdue is playing for a top 10 ranking when Nebraska comes to town.
Big Red Cobcast: Aaron Taylor Interview » January 2, 2018
For now, listen to our interview with Aaron Taylor. Aaron was kind enough to share his thoughts on playing for Milt and learning from guys like Tom Osborne, Ron Brown and Charlie McBride. He also talks about getting to know Scott Frost while being one of his blockers.
Bowl Season Attendance: Who watched the games? - On the Banks
Now that all 738 games are done, did anybody show up to watch?
Michigan ranked 7th in Athlon’s way-too-early Top 25 for 2018 season - Maize n Brew
The hype has already begun for Michigan in 2018
Indiana experiences predictable outcome, loses to Wisconsin in Madison by a decent amount - The Crimson Quarry
Here’s three things from the latest chapter in an exhausting season.
Wisconsin football: What will Badgers’ 2018 defense look like? - Bucky's 5th Quarter
2017’s experienced, talented unit will need to be replaced.
Minnesota 77, Illinois 67: What we learned - The Champaign Room
Another terrible start yet again dooms the Illini.
OHIO STATE BEATS IOWA, 92-81 - Black Heart Gold Pants
In the second of two home games this week, Fran McCaffery’s Hawkeyes lost their second straight game, this time 92-81 to Ohio State. The loss drops Iowa to 9-8 on the season and 0-4 in Big Ten play.
Early in the game, the announcers (what up Robbie Hummel!) brought up the fact that Iowa has one of the highest points per game in the entire NCAA. And yet, the team has struggled and has lost any game against halfway decent competition.
Gophers' Reggie Lynch suspended until 2020 - StarTribune.com
University of Minnesota men’s basketball star Reggie Lynch faces suspension and a complete ban from campus until at least 2020 after a school investigation found him responsible in a sexual misconduct incident.