The complete story behind some of the Big Ten's all-time great football and basketball squads.
The Wolverines, led by Coach Lloyd Carr, dominated the Big Ten en route to a perfect 12-0 season which included a Rose Bowl victory over Washington State and featured Heisman Trophy winner Charles Woodson.
The 1986 Nittany Lions finished with a perfect 12-0 record after defeating No. 1 Miami in a thrilling title clash en route to their second National Championship in four years.
After starting the season 2-2, the Nittany Lions go on a nine-game winning streak, defeat Wisconsin in the Big Ten Championship and play in their first Rose Bowl since 2009.
Gary Barnett and the 1995 Northwestern Wildcats authored a season for the ages. Beginning with a season-opening upset of Notre Dame, the Wildcats continued to surprise and earned their first trip to Pasadena since 1949.
The 2000 Boilermakers, led by Head Coach Joe Tiller and QB Drew Brees, returned to the Rose Bowl after winning the Big Ten title for the first time since 1966. Tiller, Brees and others discuss their wins over Michigan, Wisconsin and Ohio State.
Coach Alvarez took over a Wisconsin program that was at the bottom of the Big Ten in 1990. By his fourth season, the Badgers were on the rise. Few could have seen that this group of overachievers would win the Big Ten title and the Rose Bowl.
In only his second year, Jim Tressel took an unheralded Ohio State team and ran the table in the Big Ten to take a perfect record into the Fiesta Bowl where they faced the defending champion Miami Hurricanes.
The Hawkeyes win their second Big Ten Title in a 5-year span and earn a trip to the Rose Bowl.
Coach John Cooper and the Scarlet and Gray exorcise some football demons and restore Buckeye tradition on their way to a triumphant 1997 Rose Bowl title run.
Tom Osborne's first national championship team - ending years of near misses. Tommie Frazier ran the Nebraska offense - but an injury sidelined him, and Brook Berringer filled in and kept the Cornhuskers marching toward a perfect season.
Urban Meyer returns home to lead his Buckeyes on a chase towards football history by capturing the inaugural College Football Playoff crown and claiming Ohio State's eighth national title.
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Behind the leadership of All-American Trey Burke and the tutelage of Coach John Beilein, a determined Wolverine Basketball squad, spurred by the rambunctious "Fresh Five," makes a glorious return to national prominence and the NCAA Final Four.
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Wisconsin's second straight run to the Final Four, and ultimately, the 2015 National Championship Game.
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Behind the scenes with the players and coaches of the Terrapins and Hoosiers on their journey to the 2002 NCAA Basketball Championship game.
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The greatest Rutgers basketball team of all time, finishing the regular season undefeated before eventually falling to Michigan in the Final Four.
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Head Coach Herb Brooks leads the Golden Gophers to a third national title in a six year span.
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A look at the second of Bob Knight's three national championship teams at Indiana. With the arrival of star point guard Isiah Thomas, the Hoosiers were back among the Nation's elite.
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The show looks back at an unforgettable season in Ann Arbor that saw the Wolverines, led by Glen Rice, overcome the adversity of head coach Bill Frieder leaving to take the Arizona State head job just prior to the start of the 1989 NCAA Tournament.
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The 2005 Illinois Men's Basketball Team's run to the National Championship.
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The 1989 University of Illinois Men's Basketball team, better known as "The Flyin' Illini," took off on a magical journey to reach the NCAA Final Four in Seattle.
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A look back at coach Bob Knight's 1986-'87 Indiana Hoosiers, who would go on to win the National Championship over Syracuse on Keith Smart's game-winning jumper.