Memphis made a late push when two top prospects reclassified, and Gonzaga landed the No. 1 overall recruit. But neither was enough to best Michigan.
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Jeff Borzello surveyed anonymous coaches from each of the top conferences to ID the teams from their leagues that have flown beneath the offseason radar.
- Former Nebraska LB Alberts tabbed as new AD
- Nebraska AD Moos retiring after 40 years in field
- Michigan, Illinois highlight field for Gavitt Tipoff
- Cornhuskers hire Lum as recruiting coordinator
Nebraska has hired Trev Alberts as athletic director, the school announced. Alberts, who was an All-American linebacker for the Cornhuskers in the 1990s, most recently served as athletic director at Nebraska-Omaha.
Bill Moos is retiring as Nebraska's athletic director after nearly four years in the position. The 70-year-old's retirement will go into effect Wednesday.
Michigan, Illinois and five other teams that earned berths in the NCAA Tournament will play in the sixth annual Gavitt Tipoff Games in mid-November.
Shannan Lum, named recruiting coordinator with Nebraska men's basketball by coach Fred Hoiberg on Monday, will be the second woman to hold that title at a Power Five school, joining Bailey Bachamp of Kansas State.
Our panel discusses whether the Big Ten's title issues are rooted in recruiting, and other finer points along the B1G trail.
Michigan remains atop the recruiting class rankings, but Gonzaga, LSU and Creighton added key prospects over the past few weeks.
Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the Big Ten schools that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
Gonzaga, Tennessee and Alabama are among the teams to skyrocket up the class rankings after the latest ESPN 100 update.
Nate Loenser, a former assistant with the Chicago Bulls, will join Nebraska as an assistant coach to head coach Fred Hoiberg, the school announced Tuesday.
— Jamari Wheeler scored a career-high 19 points, and No. 11 seed Penn State pulled away inside the last four minutes to beat No. 14 seed Nebraska 72-66 on Wednesday night in the first round of the Big Ten Conference tournament.
— Ryan Young's putback with 2.7 seconds left gave Northwestern a 79-78 win over Nebraska in a regular-season finale on Sunday.
— Jordan Bohannon tied a career high with eight 3-pointers and scored 26 points, and No. 5 Iowa beat Nebraska 102-64 on Thursday night.
— Lat Mayen scored 25 points with five 3-pointers and Nebraska cruised past Rutgers 72-51 on Monday night, hours after announcing its leading scorer Teddy Allen had left the program.
Teddy Allen, Nebraska's leading scorer, abruptly left the program Monday.
— Dalano Banton scored 14 points, Derrick Walker had 12 points, nine rebounds and three blocks, and Nebraska held off a late Minnesota rally to beat the Golden Gophers 78-74 on Saturday night.
— Kofi Cockburn scored 24 points, freshman Adam Miller added 18 and No. 5 Illinois beat Nebraska 86-70 on Thursday night.
— Myreon Jones scored a career-high 29 points to lead five in double figures, and Penn State held off Nebraska for an 86-83 victory on Tuesday night to snap a four-game losing streak.
— Jaden Ivey scored 15 points, Sasha Stefanovic added 14, and Purdue beat Nebraska 75-58 on Saturday night.
— Eric Ayala scored 17 of his career-high 24 points in the first half and Maryland beat Nebraska 79-71 on Wednesday to sweep the regular-season series on consecutive nights.
— Aaron Wiggins had 21 points and matched a season-high with 11 rebounds, leading Maryland to a 64-50 victory over Nebraska on Tuesday night in the first of back-to-back games between the teams.
— Teddy Allen raced for a fastbreak layup off a steal with 12 seconds left, lifting Nebraska into a 62-61 win over Penn State on Sunday, ending the Cornhuskers string of 25 Big Ten losses that stretched back for more than a year.
— Ayo Dosunmu scored the last 10 points in regulation for Illinois and the first five in overtime, allowing the sixth-ranked Fighting Illini to turn back Nebraska's upset bid and win 77-72 on Friday night.
— Jonathan Davis scored 10 points and made a couple big baskets to help Wisconsin begin pulling away after halftime, and the No. 21 Badgers overcame a poor shooting performance to beat Nebraska 61-48 on Wednesday night.