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Keith Appling

Yarina: My early picks for Big Ten's top honors

With one-third of the conference schedule in the books, it’s time to take an early look at some of the leading candidates for the Big Ten’s top end-of-the-year awards. See my top 3 players for Player of the Year, Coach of the Year, Freshman of the Year and Sixth Man of the Year in this post. Editor’s note: Player stats and team records are through January 21 action. PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1. Keith Appling, Michigan State. Teammate Gary Harris leads the Big Ten in scoring, but Appling’s development at the point- he’s averaging four assists and owns a 1.75


Video: NU holds moment of silence for Purdue tragedy

Purdue had plenty of support on the road Tuesday in Evanston, and it wasn’t just from Boilermaker fans. That’s because members of The Wildside, Northwestern’s student section, wrote “Stand With Purdue” on their chests to show support for the visitors (see photo below), who had a fatal shooting at their school earlier in the day. The Wildcats also held a moment of silence prior to the tip. Talk about classy! [ MORE: Read Robbie Hummel’s heartfelt message to Purdue ] Watch Dave Revsine talk about the day’s events and see the moment of silence. VIDEO: Appropriately, there was moment of

Purdue Boilermakers forward Robbie Hummel (4) reacts after scoring a basket against the Penn State Nittany Lions at Mackey Arena. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

Did You See This? Robbie Hummel on Purdue tragedy

Hours after the tragic events Tuesday at Purdue, former Boilermaker Robbie Hummel posted a picture to his Instagram account of the Purdue campus, accompanied by a very powerful message. See the picture and Hummel’s words in this post. [ MORE: Northwestern holds moment of silence prior to Tuesday night’s game ] Here is Hummel’s message on the photo: “Obviously school shootings are horrible events, but when it happens at your school, it really hits home. I’m sad for our university today, as it is a place I love very much. I came to Purdue a boy and left as an

Nebraska Fans

Video: Nebraska fans storm court after Ohio State win

Nebraska entered Monday night’s contest vs. Ohio State winless in the Big Ten (0-4) and o-fer vs. the Buckeyes (0-6) since joining the Big Ten. So, one knew if the Huskers pulled off the upset of the 17th-ranked team, a court storming could be in store. The Huskers carded the upset, 68-62, and the fans did the expected. Watch the Nebraska fans celebrate Monday night’s win in this post. NEBRASKA 68,¬†OHIO STATE 62 | RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY VIDEO: Congrats, @HuskerHoops! Now, storm that court! WATCH – — Nebraska on BTN (@BTN_Nebraska) January 21, 2014 Nebraska fans are

Rutgers adds 'B1G' logo to football field

Rutgers has played its final football game as a member of the American Athletic Conference. Starting this fall, it will be all Big Ten for the Scarlet Knights, who officially join the conference July 1. Seven-plus months away from its Big Ten football debut, Rutgers sure seems excited about the move. Check out the recent makeover the turf at High Point Solutions Stadium received. Anyone notice anything different at High Point Solutions Stadium? #TheBirthplaceGoesB1G — Rutgers Football (@RFootball) January 20, 2014 Looking good, Rutgers! The Scarlet Knights open the 2014 season Thursday, Aug. 28 at Washington State, before opening

NFL Division Championship

24 B1G products vying for Super Bowl berth

It’s NFL conference championship weekend, and 24 Big Ten products are vying for a spot in Super Bowl XLVIII. New England (8) and Seattle (7) boast the most former Big Ten players of the four semifinalists. See all the Big Ten products playing in Sunday’s conference championship games in this post. Up first, it’s Tom Brady and New England at Shaun Phillips and Denver in the AFC Championship Game at 3 p.m. ET. After that, at 6:30, it’s Navorro Bowman and San Francisco at Russell Wilson and Seattle. NFC San Francisco 49ers (5) G Alex Boone – Ohio State LB

Throwback Thursday Q&A: Indiana's A.J. Guyton

A.J. Guyton compiled quite the career as a four-year starter at Indiana, from 1996-2000. As a freshman, the Peoria, Ill., native won Big Ten Freshman of the Year and was second-team All-Big Ten. As a senior, Guyton was Big Ten Player of the Year (media) and a first-team All-America. Along the way, the guard scored 2,100 points (16.4 career average), the fourth-most in Indiana annals. I caught up with Guyton, who is retired and coaches his high school alma mater’s JV team and the Bloomington (Ill) Flex, of the Premier Basketball League, for an email Q&A. [ MORE: Previous Q&As:

Indiana Hoosiers

Do we? Don't we? OK, let's do it! Indiana fans storm court

How do fans celebrate their team snapping a 12-game losing streak to a rival and sending said opponent to its first loss of the season? The answer for Indiana fans Tuesday vs. Wisconsin was by storming the court. Kind of. After Indiana held off No. 3 Wisconsin, which entered the game 16-0, the fans didn’t seem to know what to do. The result was a half-hearted court storming. [ MORE: Tom Crean, Bo Ryan slow down handshake this year ] VIDEO: Congrats, @IndianaMBB & #iubb fans! Here's the final sequence and the court storm. WATCH – — Indiana on

Tom Crean and Bo Ryan

Bo Ryan, Tom Crean slow down handshake

The last time Wisconsin played at Indiana, Bo Ryan and Tom Crean shared what had to go down as the fastest postgame handshake in the history of the game. Seriously. If you don’t remember it, watch it at the bottom of this post. Things were quite different following Indiana’s 75-72 upset over the undefeated and third-ranked Badgers on Tuesday. The two coaches shared a lengthy embrace. [ MORE: Video: Indiana fans storm court after upset win ] Here’s a photo of it. Yes, apparently, even the security guard was surprised. After last year's hurried Bo Ryan-Tom Crean handshake, tonight's lengthy

Fran McCaffery

Video: McCaffery chest-bumps players after win

Let’s just say Fran McCaffery was really excited about Sunday’s upset at No. 3 Ohio State. And who can blame him? This was McCaffery’s first game back from the one-game suspension he received for his actions in last week’s loss at Wisconsin. It also marked Iowa’s first win over a top 5 team since 2001. So, how excited was he? Well, the Iowa coach had chest-bumps for his players after the final buzzer. Watch it in this post. VIDEO: You have to see this! @IowaHoops Fran McCaffery chest-bumps players after HUGE win. WATCH – — Iowa on BTN (@BTN_Iowa)