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Mar 6, 2016; Bloomington, IN, USA; Indiana Hoosiers guard Yogi Ferrell (11) speaks on senior day after defeating the Maryland Terrapins at Assembly Hall. Indiana defeats Maryland 80-62. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Watch Yogi Ferrell, Indiana seniors' senior day speeches

It was another banner day for No. 12 Indiana on Sunday. [ MORE: View Sunday’s full Big Ten scoreboard ] Five days after clinching the outright Big Ten title, the Hoosiers notched a strong 80-62 season-ending victory over No. 14 Maryland on senior day at Assembly Hall. Following the team’s fifth consecutive victory, Indiana honored its decorated seniors, including start point guard Yogi Ferrell, and cut down the nets to celebrate the program’s second outright crown in the last four seasons. Here’s a look at the scene postgame at Assembly Hall: *** Watch Ferrell’s speech in the video above, plus

Nick Zeisloft

Video: Nick Zeisloft makes unbelievable pass vs. Maryland

Nick Zeisloft will remember the final week of his last regular season quite fondly. The Indiana senior helped the Hoosiers clinch the outright Big Ten title last Tuesday, and he played a big role in the team’s 80-62 season-ending victory over No. 14 Maryland on senior day Sunday night. Zeisloft averaged 10 points in his last two regular season games. Pretty solid for a guy who averages 6.7 points on the season. But he also provided the best highlight of his two-year Indiana career. It came in Sunday’s win vs. Maryland, and it happened when Zeisloft tipped a Maryland pass,

A look at Big Ten players who caught Peyton Manning TD passes

It’s official: Future NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning has retired. The former Indianapolis and Denver signal-caller made the announcement Sunday, nearly one month after leading the Broncos to Super Bowl 50. Manning finishes his career with a laundry list of NFL records, including all-time touchdown passes (539). For a little fun, and to put a Big Ten perspective on Manning’s retirement, let’s take a look at the Big Ten names who caught at least one of the quarterback’s 539 career scoring strikes. Dallas Clark (Iowa): 44 Eric Decker (Minnesota): 24 Ken Dilger (Illinois): 7 Anthony Gonzalez (Ohio State):

Bryn Forbes

Watch Bryn Forbes hit Big Ten single-game record 11 3-pointers

Bryn Forbes has had many memorable nights from distance during his senior season. None, however, compare to what he did in No. 2 Michigan State’s 97-66 victory at Rutgers on Wednesday night. The Big Ten’s leading 3-point shooter hit a Big Ten single-game record 11 3-pointers, doing so on just 16 attempts from deep, good enough for 69 percent, and despite coming out of the game just midway through the second half. Following the historic night, the Cleveland State transfer and Michigan State sharpshooter has 103 triples and is shooting 51.5 percent from behind the arc on the season. Watch

Oct 31, 2015; University Park, PA, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions running back Saquon Barkley (26) leaps over Illinois Fighting Illini defensive back V'Angelo Bentley (2) during the fourth quarter at Beaver Stadium.  Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Watch Penn State RB Saquon Barkley power-clean 390 pounds

Saquon Barkley is a beast, on and off the field. The Penn State running back dropped plenty of jaws during his true freshman season, racking up 1,237 total yards and eight touchdowns in 11 games. On Tuesday, Barkley wowed football fans, and people all over social media, with a weight room video of him power-cleaning 390 pounds (!). Keep in mind, Barkley weighs 222 pounds. With strength like this, coupled with his elite speed, agility and athleticism, it’s no wonder Barkley is such a dangerous weapon every time he touches the ball. Enjoy the video above. Whatever you do, though,

Photo: Jim Harbaugh coaches first base for Detroit Tigers

When he isn’t climbing trees on the recruiting trail, sitting ringside at WWE Monday Night Raw or holding spring practice in Florida, Jim Harbaugh is coaching in MLB spring training games. [ MORE: Like this post? Check out our full Gone Viral section ] The Big Ten’s unofficial busiest coach served as the first base coach for the Detroit Tigers in their game vs. the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday afternoon. Harbaugh, of course, donned No. 4, the same number he wore at Michigan and in the NFL. This isn’t completely new for Harbaugh, who did the same for the Oakland

Jarrod Uthoff

Video: Iowa honors Jarrod Uthoff, four others on senior day

Iowa’s 2016 senior class will be remembered for quite some time. The five players, featuring Anthony Clemmons, Mike Gesell, Okey Ukah, Jarrod Uthoff and Adam Woobury, have helped the Hawkeyes reach the postseason every year en route to compiling 87 career victories. The class was part of Iowa’s NIT runner-up team as freshmen, and in a little more than a week it will add a third consecutive NCAA tourney berth to its impressive list of career accomplishments. Watch Fran McCaffery and Iowa honor the five players in the video above.  

Tim Miles

Watch Tim Miles honor Nebraska's Shavon Shields, Benny Parker

Tim Miles had never spoken at a senior night. Until now. That’s how special Nebraska’s Shavon Shields and Benny Parker are to the gregarious head coach. “Benny and Shavon are guys that bought in on a dream and led us to the NCAA tournament for the first time in 16 years in 2014,” Miles told the crowd during the team’s senior night festivities Tuesday night. “They have built a foundation that will be lasting for a long time and have future success.” Shields goes down as one of the Huskers’ all-time greats, and Parker made his mark as a quick,

Feb 14, 2016; East Lansing, MI, USA; Indiana Hoosiers forward OG Anunoby (3) dunks the ball over Michigan State Spartans forward Kenny Goins (25) during the first half of a game at Jack Breslin Student Events Center. Mandatory Credit: Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

#LeapDay: Let's celebrate with some Big Ten leaping highlights

Happy Leap Day, Big Ten fans! [ MORE: Best of week ahead | Best of week that was | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Big Ten scoreboard | Polls ] As is the case every four years, February has 29 days this year. Don’t worry, March and, hopefully, some consistent spring weather are just around the corner. To celebrate #LeapDay, we wanted to share one 2015-16 men’s basketball highlight that features some kind of leap, whether it be on a dunk, block, whatever, for every Big Ten school. Here you go! ILLINOIS *** INDIANA *** IOWA ***

Jordan Smith

Video: Wisconsin walk-on Jordan Smith has memorable senior day

As far as senior days for little-used walk-ons go, it’s tough to top Jordan Smith‘s experience Sunday night. The Wisconsin fifth-year senior probably couldn’t have written a better script, in fact. Not only did the Orono, Minnesota, native see action for just the seventh time this season, but he immediately grabbed a defensive rebound and hit a pair of free throws, his fourth points of the season and the 15th and 16th of his career, in Wisconsin’s 68-57 win over Michigan. Best part of it all: Smith was taken out of the game following the second free throw so he