Tim Frazier hits game-winning shot at Indiana

Tim Frazier

Frazier Game-Winning Layup

Penn State guard Tim Frazier had his “senior moment” on Wednesday night, and it will be talked about for some time in State College. Frazier took an inbounds pass, went to his left, and hit a driving layup with 6.1 seconds left to give the Nittany Lions a memorable 66-65 comeback victory over Indiana.

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New rules could be coming in college football

The NCAA football rules committee is looking at making some alterations for the 2014 season. And the proposals could be impactful. The first proposal involves defensive player substitutions. The committee’s proposed change would allow defensive players to substitute within the first 10 seconds of the 40-second play clock, except for the final two minutes of each half. Offenses that begin a play before 29 seconds remain on the play clock would receive a 5-yard delay-of-game penalty.

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Will Sheehey posterizes Penn State

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Will Sheehey Baseline Dunk

When thinking about the top dunkers in the Big Ten this season, Indiana’s Will Sheehey isn’t a name that many have put on top of that list. After the dunk Sheehey had over Penn State’s Jordan Dickerson in the first half of Wednesday’s game vs. Penn State, it may be time to reconsider.

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MSU hoops to compete in 2018 'Barnstorming Tour'

Mark Hollis

Gary Harris Makes Two Fast Break Dunks in a Row

Michigan State athletic director Mark Hollis has taken on the role of “The Riddler” over the past month, tweeting out clues about an upcoming MSU sporting event. The riddle was solved today as Hollis announced the creation of a four-team “barnstorming tour” with MSU, Florida, North Carolina and Texas playing a round-robin set of three games, one each in New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles.

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Aaron White Q&A: It's all about energy for Hawkeyes

Aaron White

Aaron White 4-Point Sequence

In many ways, Aaron White is the epitome of Iowa basketball, a try-hard guy who continues to emerge as one of the Big Ten’s most versatile and indispensable players largely because of hard work. Bottom line: White is a player any coach would love to have. His ability to impact the game on myriad levels is unique.

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