The BTP Podcast returns to breakdown recent reports that the conference will begin to protect rivalry games starting in the 2018-’19 season and some of the league’s upcoming 2017 NBA Draft decisions. To help facilitate discussion, BTPowerhouse Editor-in-Chief Thomas Beindit hosts the podcast.
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In this episode, we discuss:
* The Big Ten’s current scheduling model
* The advantages of protecting rivalry games
* Whether protecting rivalry games is feasible
* What Miles Bridges’ decision to return means for the league
* If Caleb Swanigan will return to Purdue
* How much rides on Justin Jackson for the Terps