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Programs for BTNA1HD on Saturday, March 28, 2020
12:00 AM
First Dance The 2016-17 season of Northwestern basketball is featured, as the Wildcats ended a 78-year NCAA Tournament drought in their fourth season under Chris Collins.
1:00 AM
The Game: 2006...Remembered Troy Smith and No. 1 Ohio State dominated to an 11-0 record to set up a matchup against Chad Henne and undefeated rival No. 2 Michigan in the season finale.
2:00 AM
Tiebreaker (NR) A tie game in 1973 between undefeated Ohio State and undefeated Michigan led to one of the most controversial judgments in conference history. Kevin Shaw(Director)
3:00 AM
Unbeaten: The Life of Brook Berringer The impact of former Nebraska quarterback Brook Berringer is discussed after his life was cut short in 1996 following an airplane crash days before NFL Draft.
4:00 AM
Passion & Perseverance: 1999 Purdue Women's Basketball A retrospective look showcases the national title run for the 1998-99 Purdue women's basketball team, which wasted little team showing they were contenders.
5:00 AM
The B1G Story Alex & Eli (Repeat) The documentary-style program focuses on some of the most compelling stories in the Big Ten, showcasing inspirational stories and intriguing profiles.
6:00 AM
College Basketball Nebraska Cornhuskers at Michigan State Spartans from Breslin Center (HD) The Cornhuskers (13-10, 5-6) beat Northwestern, 53-49, on Feb. 8 to end an eight game road losing streak; Michigan State (21-4) has won its last two at home. Eric Collins(Commentator), Stephen Bardo(Commentator)
7:00 AM
College Basketball Wisconsin Badgers at Nebraska Cornhuskers from Pinnacle Bank Arena (HD) Wisconsin has won its last eight games following a 76-70 win over Purdue on March 5, while the Cornhuskers have won seven of their last eight games. Kevin Kugler(Commentator), Shon Morris(Commentator)
8:00 AM
College Basketball Michigan Wolverines at Northwestern Wildcats from Welsh-Ryan Arena (HD) Michigan won its last meeting with Northwestern, 56-54, on Jan. 17 behind 18 points and seven assists from Caris LeVert, and has won the last seven meetings.
9:00 AM
College Basketball Michigan Wolverines at Northwestern Wildcats from Welsh-Ryan Arena (HD) Michigan (19-10, 9-7) is coming off a win over Purdue, 82-70, as Moritz Wagner scored 24 points; Northwestern (20-9, 9-6) has dropped its last two games.
10:00 AM
College Basketball Big Ten Tournament: Quarterfinal #3 from Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis (HD) E'Twaun Moore and No. 17 Purdue won both season meetings with Shaun Pruitt and Illinois. including an 83-75 win on Feb. 2 behind 24 points from Moore.
11:00 AM
College Basketball Minnesota Golden Gophers at Wisconsin Badgers from Kohl Center (HD) Lawrence Westbrook and No. 18 Minnesota (15-1) won three straight; Landry and Wisconsin (12-4) won six of their last eight, and won 13 of the last 14 meetings.
12:00 PM
Purdue Basketball Classic 1994 NCAA Sweet 16: Purdue Boilermakers vs Kansas Jayhawks from Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tenn. Glenn Robinson and Purdue (28-4) won seven straight after an 83-73 win over Alabama; Steve Woodberry and Kansas (26-7) come off a 69-58 win over Wake Forest.
1:00 PM
2019 NCAA Basketball Tournament East Regional Final: Michigan State Spartans vs Duke Blue Devils from Capital One Arena in Washington D.C. Michigan State has an eight-game winning streak after defeating LSU, 80-63; Duke advanced with a 75-73 victory over Virginia Tech in the regional semifinals.
2:00 PM
College Basketball Illinois Fighting Illini at Indiana Hoosiers from Assembly Hall (HD) No. 8 Illinois (23-4) won six of its last seven games, and beat the Hoosiers earlier this season, 75-65; No. 3 Indiana (24-5) won eight straight since the loss.
3:00 PM
Big Ten Elite 1989 Illinois Basketball (Repeat) The "Flying Illini" began the season on a 16-game winning streak but the No. 3 ranked team in the country lost in the NCAA Final Four to Michigan, 83-81.
4:00 PM
Purdue Basketball Classic 1994 NCAA Sweet 16: Purdue Boilermakers vs Kansas Jayhawks from Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tenn. Glenn Robinson and Purdue (28-4) won seven straight after an 83-73 win over Alabama; Steve Woodberry and Kansas (26-7) come off a 69-58 win over Wake Forest.
5:00 PM
2019 NCAA Basketball Tournament East Regional Final: Michigan State Spartans vs Duke Blue Devils from Capital One Arena in Washington D.C. Michigan State has an eight-game winning streak after defeating LSU, 80-63; Duke advanced with a 75-73 victory over Virginia Tech in the regional semifinals.
6:00 PM
College Basketball Kentucky Wildcats at Indiana Hoosiers from Assembly Hall (HD) No. 1 Kentucky (8-0) is coming off a 73-72 win over North Carolina; Indiana (8-0) has won all eight games by double digits for the first time since 1988-89.
7:00 PM
College Basketball Ohio State Buckeyes at Indiana Hoosiers from Assembly Hall (HD) Second-ranked Ohio State (13-1) has a five-game winning streak and is averaging 79.2 points per game; Indiana (12-1) is coming off its first loss of the season.
8:00 PM
Purdue Basketball Classic 1994 NCAA Sweet 16: Purdue Boilermakers vs Kansas Jayhawks from Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tenn. Glenn Robinson and Purdue (28-4) won seven straight after an 83-73 win over Alabama; Steve Woodberry and Kansas (26-7) come off a 69-58 win over Wake Forest.
9:00 PM
2019 NCAA Basketball Tournament East Regional Final: Michigan State Spartans vs Duke Blue Devils from Capital One Arena in Washington D.C. Michigan State has an eight-game winning streak after defeating LSU, 80-63; Duke advanced with a 75-73 victory over Virginia Tech in the regional semifinals.
10:00 PM
College Basketball Michigan Wolverines at Wisconsin Badgers from Kohl Center (HD) Michigan is tied atop the Big Ten Standings with Michigan State and Indiana, while the Badgers are sitting one game back of the leaders. Bob Wischusen(Commentator), Dan Dakich(Commentator)
11:00 PM
College Basketball Michigan Wolverines at Wisconsin Badgers from Kohl Center (HD) Michigan is tied atop the Big Ten Standings with Michigan State and Indiana, while the Badgers are sitting one game back of the leaders. Bob Wischusen(Commentator), Dan Dakich(Commentator)
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