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Jeopardy! contestant misses Jesse Owens, Ohio State question

Jesse Owens is one of the greatest athletes of all time, regardless of sport. The Ohio State track and field legend and four-time Olympic gold medalist took the No. 3 spot on BTN’s “Big Ten Icons” list, compiled in 2011. With Friday’s release of “Race,” a sports-drama based on Owens, the former Buckeyes standout is all over popular culture. That includes Jeopardy! Take it away, Alex Trebek: “Jesse Owens, known as the Buckeye Bullet, broke an astounding three world records and tied a fourth, all within 45 minutes, for this Big Ten school.” Easy, right? Welp, here’s the contestant’s response:

Jan 31, 2016; Orlando, FL, USA; Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon (0) guards Boston Celtics guard Evan Turner (11) during the first quarter of a basketball game at Amway Center. Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

Ohio State to honor 2010 national player of the year Evan Turner

As if the Michigan-Ohio State rivalry game Tuesday night needed extra juice, the Buckeyes will honor Evan Turner in a halftime ceremony. [ MORE: Get all of our latest Big Ten pros coverage ] Among the festivities, Turner, the 2010 national player of the year and No. 2 pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, will have his No. 21 raised to the rafters at Value City Arena. Turner shot 50 percent and averaged 15 points, 6.8 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 1.6 steals and 0.7 blocks in his three seasons in Columbus, Ohio. His memorable 2010 season included these head-turning stats: 52

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Watch O.G. Anunoby elevate for highlight one-handed flush

O.G. Anunoby is developing into quite the talent. [ MORE: View Sunday’s complete Big Ten scoreboard ] The lengthy 6-foot-8 Indiana freshman can get it done on both ends of the court, plus he is no stranger to compiling the highlight-reel play. Anunoby flashed his big-play ability in the first half of Sunday afternoon’s game at No. 8 Michigan State, driving to the bucket and taking off for a powerful one-handed slam over Kenny Goins. Watch the highlight in the tweet embedded above. Advice: Notice how high Anunoby is before finally slamming the ball down. In a word, wow! Here

Draymond Green highlights Big Ten at 2016 NBA All Star Game

Draymond Green, he of an NBA-leading 10 triple-doubles this season, is the Big Ten’s lone representative in the 2016 NBA All-Star Game. That doesn’t mean the former Spartans star and 2012 Big Ten Player of the Year is the only Big Ten name who will be involved in the numerous All-Star Game festivities this weekend in Toronto. Michigan State’s Keith Appling (NBA D-League All-Star Game), Northwestern’s Reggie Hearn (NBA D-League 3-point Contest) and Ohio State’s D’Angelo Russell (Rising Star’s Challenge) will join Green, who also will be involved in the Skills Challenge on Saturday night. Rising Stars Challenge When: 9

D'Angelo Russell scores 22 points in BBVA Rising Stars Challenge

D’Angelo Russell helped lead USA to a 157-154 victory over the World in the BBVA Rising Stars Challenge on Friday night. [ MORE: Get all of our latest Big Ten pros coverage ] The former Ohio State point guard and consensus 2015 Big Ten Freshman of the Year scored 22 points, on 9 of 15 from the field, and dished out seven assists in 16-plus minutes off the bench. The USA team featured the game’s top first- and second-year players born in America, including MVP Zach LaVine, out of UCLA. Russell, the No. 2 pick in the 2015 NBA Draft,


Watch Michigan WR Amara Darboh make another highlight catch

Amara Darboh did it in a game, so certainly he’d have no trouble doing it in practice. The Michigan wide receiver who dropped jaws with his Odell Beckham Jr.-like catch last fall vs. BYU is at it again. This time, it came vs. air in the team practice facility; nevertheless, the leaping-full-extension-one-handed catch was impressive. The most impressive part of the video might be the ease with which Darboh hauled it in. It isn’t that easy, folks. Watch the catch on a pass from Wilton Speight in the video above. *** If you, somehow, missed the aforementioned catch vs. BYU,

Bennie Fowler gives 2-point conversion ball to Peyton Manning

Former Michigan State wide receiver Bennie Fowler didn’t register an official catch in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday night, but he’ll likely be on the receiving end of future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning’s final NFL pass. [ MORE: Here’s how Big Ten names fared in Super Bowl 50 ] Confused? Don’t be. Fowler caught the two-point conversion that gave Denver a 14-point lead in the final minutes of its 24-10 win over the Carolina Panthers at Levi’s Stadium. But, for whatever reason, two-point conversion attempts don’t count in the official stats. Still, everyone knows the play happened. Fowler certainly

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Ex-Michigan G Zack Novak to be in BTN studio Wednesday night

Former Michigan guard and Academic All-Big Ten regular Zack Novak will be in the Big Ten Network studio Wednesday night for the Wolverines’ game at Minnesota (9 p.m. ET, BTN/BTN2Go). Novak, Michigan’s all-time leader in career minutes (4,357) and just the second Wolverine to serve as captain for three seasons, gradated in 2012 and spent the 2012-13 season with Landstede Basketbal in Zwolle, Netherlands. That proved to be Novak’s one and only pro season, as the Ross School of Business graduate opted to put his degree to work. He has spent the past year as an operations associate at Uptake

Super Bowl 50: Jordan Norwood highlights ex-Big Ten names

Who has the longest punt return in Super Bowl history? [ MORE: Get all of our latest Big Ten pros coverage ] After Sunday night, the answer is former Penn State wide receiver Jordan Norwood, who returned a punt 61 yards in Denver’s 24-10 victory over Carolina in Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Norwood was one of 16 former Big Ten stars competing in Super Bowl 50, and one of nine, not including Vernon Davis, who played at Maryland before the school entered the Big Ten, to win an NFL championship ring. Here’s how all

Super Bowl 50: A Big Ten-centric look at the official rosters

Super Bowl 50 is just hours away. A total of 16 former Big Ten names will be playing for an NFL championship, not including former Maryland tight end Vernon Davis, as NFC champ Carolina faces AFC champ Denver at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Ten of the Big Ten’s 14 schools have at least one representative in Super Bowl 50, headlined by Ohio State, which features a nation’s best five players (4 Carolina; 1 Denver). Don’t have a horse in the race? For what it’s worth, Denver has nine former Big Ten stars, compared to Carolina’s seven. Check out