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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

No. 1 Penn State grabs share of Big Ten dual meet wrestling crown

No. 1 Penn State claimed a share of the 2016 Big Ten Wrestling Dual Meet Championship with a 41-3 win over Michigan State on Saturday night. The Nittany Lions (15-0, 9-0 Big Ten) earned a share of the crown with Iowa, which also finished the conference slate 9-0. The dual was wrestled in front of 6,419 fans, the 28th straight Rec Hall sell-out and the 31st of 32, including the Bryce Jordan Center. Penn State awaits word of its opponent in the 2016 NWCA Dual Meet Championship match-up. Penn State has secured a spot in the 1 vs. 1 battle

BTN LiveBIG: Spartans vs. Zombies!

You’re walking to a class on a Tuesday morning, distracted as you read through last night’s text messages, when you unexpectedly trip over an object laying on the sidewalk. You get up and turn around to see what it was and are shocked to discover a human arm. You take a step back and look around. You hear a guttural, groaning sound and, within seconds, you see a bloody and disheveled man limping toward you. You begin walking over to him when you notice a similar figure — no, make that two — stumbling behind him. You examine their faces

Watch Maryland basketball fans pull off Flash Mob IV

The Maryland men’s basketball tradition started in 2013, vs. longtime ACC rival Duke, and it made its Big Ten debut in 2015, the Terrapins’ first season in the Big Ten. We’re, of course, talking about Maryland’s annual flash mob at Xfinity Center. The fourth installment took place during a timeout midway through the first half vs. Wisconsin on Saturday night. Let’s just say, Flash Mob Part IV did not disappoint. Check it out at the top of this post. Even the ESPN announcers, including former Purdue star and current BTN analyst Stephanie White, got in on the action. Watch last

Video: Watch Wisconsin celebrate big win over No. 2 Maryland

What do you do when you beat the No. 2 team in the nation on its home court? Celebrate! That’s exactly what the Wisconsin Badgers did following their memorable 70-57 win over No. 2 Maryland on Saturday night at the Xfinity Center. The Badgers’ win snapped Maryland’s 27-game home winning streak and marked the Terrapins’ first home Big Ten loss. Vitto Brown was outstanding in the game, scoring a career-high 21 points in the victory. Watch the Badgers mob Brown in an incredible locker room celebration. #OnWisconsin. Always. — Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) February 14, 2016 Also, check out Greg Gard’s

Tempers flare at end of first half between Wisconsin and Maryland

Maryland is the nation’s No. 2 team and no Big Ten team is hotter than Wisconsin, winners of six straight games. So, college basketball fans knew Saturday night’s game would be intense. It was; in fact, things got a little heated in the final seconds of the first half at Xfinity Center. Here’s what happened: Maryland’s Diamond Stone, the former Wisconsin prep star, and Wisconsin’s Vitto Brown competed for the rebound following a Melo Trimble missed running layup, and the two ended up out of bounds, with Stone bringing Brown to the floor and using his left hand to push

Watch Saturday's top Big Ten men's basketball highlights

Big Ten fans were treated to five outstanding games on Saturday! See all of Saturday’s Big Ten results on our Big Ten scoreboard. Michigan kicked off the action with an impressive 61-58 upset win over No. 18 Purdue. Following that, Ohio State dropped Rutgers, 79-69, to keep the Scarlet Knight winless in the Big Ten, Andrew White scored 35 points to lead Nebraska to a 70-54 victory over Penn State, and Wisconsin upset No. 2 Maryland, 70-57, snapping the Terrapins’ 27-game home winning streak. Northwestern closed out the action with a memorable 58-56 victory over Illinois. Watch Saturday’s top highlights

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

2016 spring football preview: Indiana Hoosiers

In his fifth season in Bloomington, Indiana, Kevin Wilson enjoyed a breakthrough by leading the Hoosiers to their first bowl since 2007. Now, he wants to take the program another step toward: winning a bowl. Wilson and Co., are on track. But work needs to be done to move up the pecking order in the rugged Big Ten East. [ MORE: Get all of Tom Dienhart’s Big Ten spring football coverage ] The offense loses some key players but should be OK with Wilson’s steady hand guiding things. The defense? It remains an albatross around the neck of the program,

BTN LiveBIG: Maryland professor adds fact to The X-Files' fiction

When she was younger, Anne Simon often cringed as she watched science-fiction TV shows and movies. It wasn’t because the subject matter was so strange or horrific that it made her uncomfortable. It was because Simon was so passionate about science, and the inaccuracies in these stories drove her nuts. “I’d sit there and wince,” said Simon, a longtime professor at the University of Maryland’s Cell Biology & Molecular Genetics department. “I would say to myself, ‘I wish that they would ask someone. Why don’t they ask a scientist?’” In the mid-1990s, when “The X-Files” was only a handful of episodes