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Big Ten Basketball on Peacock

Check out the sights and sounds from Purdue’s run at the Final Four, where the Boilermakers beat North Carolina State before falling to UConn.
The Go B1G or Go Home crew discuss where the Iowa and Purdue programs go from here now that stars Caitlin Clark and Zach Edey are moving on from the college game.
The Go B1G or Go Home crew evaluates the Big Ten’s performance in the 2024 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, led by Purdue’s voyage to the national title game.
The Go B1G or Go Home crew recap their biggest takeaways from the NCAA women’s basketball tournament, including Iowa’s impressive run led by star Caitlin Clark.
Go Big Or Go Home Podcast

Former college basketball players Meghan McKeown, Zora Stephenson, and Robbie Hummel take charge with experience-driven insights into Big Ten hoops.


The school announced the 51-year-old Mark Pope’s hiring but did not mention any contract details.
Caitlin Clark received a standing ovation when Iowa athletics director Beth Goetz announced that Clark’s jersey number 22 will be retired, the third number to be retired in program history.
Go inside Illinois’ Elite Eight journey in the 2024 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, with insights from one of the deepest runs in school history and the accompanying fan festivities on location.
Reflections from a student journalist who saw firsthand Clark’s influence on Iowa, the game, and the fans.
Green Bay went 27-7 this season and made its first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2018, losing to Tennessee in the first round.
Arkansas vice chancellor and director of athletics Hunter Yurachek announced John Calipari’s hiring in a release.
The other finalists were Cameron Brink of Stanford, Paige Bueckers of UConn, freshmen Hannah Hidalgo of Notre Dame, and JuJu Watkins of USC.
Calipari leaves a Wildcats program he guided to the 2012 NCAA championship amid reports that he’s closing in on a deal with Arkansas.
NCAA President Charlie Baker has already been pushing for states with legal wagering to ban betting on individual performances for college athletes.