Everyone knows where NBA stars went to school, but what about non-basketball alumni? From Burt Reynolds to Bing Crosby, we looked at a noteworthy person from each top-25 team's school.
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13L 69-67
- 11/15W 92-65
- 11/17W 78-64
- 11/20L 71-61
- 11/22W 74-73
- 11/25W 85-67
- 11/297L 65-48
- 12/214W 66-58
- 12/5W 76-60
- 12/9L 68-67
- 12/12L 57-55
- 12/15W 64-49
- 12/23W 84-79
- 12/2914L 61-55
- 1/2W 79-57
- 1/5L 59-58
- 1/93L 63-60
- 1/12L 70-65
- 1/174W 77-76
- 1/21W 66-60
- 1/2619W 82-79
- 1/31W 63-55
- 2/4W 79-68
- 2/10W 72-61
- 2/132W 70-57
- 2/188L 69-57
- 2/21W 69-60
- 2/248W 67-59
- 2/28W 68-57
- 3/2W 62-49
- 3/615L 91-80
- 3/10L 70-58
- 3/1810W 47-43
- 3/202W 66-63
- 3/256L 61-56
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For some players, this season can be make-or-break. In the case of Oregon's Dillon Brooks, it's a little of both. We look at the guys with the most at stake on each top 25 team.
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Former Wisconsin star Frank Kaminsky joins GameNight to talk about his upcoming basketball camp in Stoughton and issues a challenge to one of his Badger teammates.
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Josh Gasser joins GameNight to discuss which fellow former-Badger basketball players he would want on his team with $2 million on the line.
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With the game on the line, some players are better suited than others to have the ball in their hands. Each top-25 team has a player who should have the rock in the game's final seconds.
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Some Big Ten coaches, such as Minnesota's Richard Pitino, sit squarely on the hot seat. Others, such as Michigan State's Tom Izzo, are untouchable. How do they all stack up?
Most coaches are basketball lifers, but they have other interests, too. If the heads of each top 25 college basketball program weren't coaching, which lines of work would they pursue?
Some players just understand the game, see the floor better. One day you might see these guys pacing the sidelines instead of running the floor. Here are the future coaches on every top 25 team.
Badgers basketball legend Frank Kaminsky talks about his rookie year in the NBA and an upcoming event in Madison.
Wisconsin's Nigel Hayes did his best Stone Cold Steve Austin impression and brought the pain to some fellow Badgers.
North Carolina coach Roy Williams is taking a page out of Willie Nelson's book. Kentucky's unapologetic program channeling Beyoncé? There's a song out there for every top-25 team.
Former Wisconsin big man, Brian Butch, joined Madison's GameNight live from the Legends of Wisconsin Classic at University Ridge.
Brent from Bucky's Locker Room joins Homer & Gabe to discuss their big launch event at Camp Randall for the new partnership between the Badgers and Under Armour!
WSJ's Tom Oates joins Craig Karmazin and Mark Chmura to discuss several topics from the NBA Draft to Packers PED rumors to Badger basketball and everything in between!
The Badgers will lose Nigel Hayes, Bronson Koenig and the rest of their senior class after next season. Securing a strong 2017 class is crucial.
The 2016 NBA draft is just one day away, but it's not too soon to identify future prospects. The next crop of NBA All-Stars will be playing college hoops next season for the nation's top teams.