Ben Brust’s Legacy at Wisconsin

Ben Brust has left a huge mark on Wisconsin basketball and the program will miss him dearly.

National Championship would cement Bo Ryan’s Legacy

All Bo Ryan needs to cap his amazing coaching resume is a national championship.

Playing the Big Ten Field, Dan Dakich Style

There is RPI and now even BPI. But the final opinions on which Big Ten teams make the NCAA Tourney should be left to Dan Dakich and Seth Davis.

It’s Time For Tubby Smith To Go

Tubby Smith is a legendary coach, a good recruiter, and a decent person. But his time in Minnesota should come to an end.

Duke Backs Into #1 Ranking in Coaches Poll … Will They Back Into Another Undeserved Top Seed Come March?

It’s hard to believe Duke can be so uninspiring yet position themselves for another questionable top seed in March Madness.

The 3 Biggest Issues The Slumping Illini Are Fighting

The Illinois Fighting Illini started 12-0, catapulting themselves into college basketball’s top 10. But the team has dropped four of its last six games. So what exactly is wrong with John Groce’s boys? I’ve narrowed it down to 3 main factors.

ACC/Big Ten Challenge Previews and Predictions

2012 marks the 14th season of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, and after losing the event’s first 10 matchups, the Big Ten is looking to make it four straight victories this year. And while the Big Ten is widely regarded as the nation’s best conference this season, the ACC boasts three teams in the most recent AP Top 25, including Duke who has compiled the country’s best resume so far this year.

Big Ten Basketball Preview Part Two: The Top 4

Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State, and Ohio State are all ranked inside of the Top 15 in both preseason polls, and I fully expect each one to spend their fair share of time in the Top 10 throughout the year.

With Indiana Out On Anya, Attention Shifts to Noah Vonleh

Indiana has pulled out of the recruiting battle for highly touted big man BeeJay Anya, shifting their attention to #7-ranked Noah Vonleh.

Big Ten Preview: Part One – The Bottom 8

It’s time go on record with some predictions for how the conference will shake out this season. In this post, I’ll break down teams 5-12, and later in the week I’ll tackle the top four and give my All-Conference and award picks.

6 Big Ten Basketball Players Who Will Break Out in 2012

Andy Bottoms uses his own special breakout prediction formula to peg six Big Ten ballers who are poised to take the next step in 2012.

Derek Elston Injury: Torn Meniscus, Out Two Months, How Will It Affect IU?

It was reported first by Zach Osterman of Inside Indiana, and confirmed by Inside The Hall, that senior forward Derek Elston has a torn meniscus and is expected to miss a couple of months.

Top Recruit BeeJay Anya Gaining Reasons to Commit to Hoosiers

With commitment time starting to quickly approach, IU seems to have many factors that could convince 6’9 big man BeeJay Anya to choose Bloomington as his college destination.

Indiana Hoosiers 2012-13 Roster Overview

With the program finally back on the upswing following a Sweet 16 run last season and a plethora of highly-touted recruits joining the already-loaded Hoosiers this season, many think 2012-2013 is IU’s year. Zach breaks down the Hoosiers’ impressive ’12-’13 roster.

A Relatively New IU Fan Dissects the Indiana-Kentucky Rivalry

Die-hard Hoosier basketball fans are raised with a burning passion of hatred against the university’s main rivals, Purdue and Kentucky. So what happens when you’re all but forced to root for one of your rival’s main contributors?