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Video: Patrick Chambers gets ejected at Michigan State

This isn’t the first time Patrick Chambers will leave East Lansing, Michigan, frustrated with the officials. [ MORE: Rewatch Penn State at No. 6 Michigan State on BTN2Go ] The Penn State head coach was hit with back-to-back technical fouls and ejected with 4:53 remaining in the first half of Sunday’s loss at the Breslin Center. Chambers was upset with an offensive foul call on Penn State star Brandon Taylor, and needed to be restrained by assistants before walking off the court. In last season’s 66-60 loss at Michigan State, Chambers was assessed a crucial technical foul, prompting him to

BTN LiveBIG: Hawkeye student blazes a trail in the Iowa National Guard

Iowa sophomore Megan Reaska is in the process of becoming the first female combat engineer in the state’s National Guard. And while she’s proud of this, Reaska admitted she’s something of an accidental trailblazer. “I didn’t know that when I first decided to be a combat engineer,” she said. “That’s a pretty cool feeling.” Born and raised in Streeter, Ill., Reaska spent the past few years moving between Iowa and Texas due to her father’s work. Now settled in Iowa for school, she’s looking to the future. “I’ve been thinking about [military service] for a while now,” she said. “My

Watch former Big Ten stars' 2016 NFL Combine highlights

The nation’s top draft-eligible college football players are in Indianapolis through Monday participating in the 2016 NFL Combine. [ MORE: Get all of our Big Ten pros coverage ] As is the case every year, there’s no shortage of former Big Ten stars showing off their athleticism at Lucas Oil Stadium. Names such as Jack Conklin (Michigan State), Ezekiel Elliott (Ohio State) and Christian Hackenberg (Penn State), to name a few, are busy trying to improve their draft stock. It has been an eventful trip for several Big Ten names, too. There’s been good, like Jason Spriggs (Indiana) winning the

Michigan wins 6th straight Big Ten men's swimming & diving crown

Michigan captured the 2016 Big Ten Men’s Swimming & Diving Championship on Saturday night at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center on the campus of Purdue University. The title marks the Wolverines’ sixth consecutive crown and 40th overall. Michigan compiled 1,475.5 points throughout the four-day event. Indiana finished second after collecting 1,306 points and Ohio State was third with 1,294.5 points. Minnesota finished fourth with 919 points, while Wisconsin recorded 832.5 points to finish fifth. The Wolverines took home Big Ten titles in the 200-yard backstroke, 200-yard butterfly, 50-yard freestyle, 500-yard freestyle, 1,650-yard freestyle, 200-yard individual medley, 400-yard individual medley, 800-yard freestyle

Latest look at Big Ten men's basketball title scenarios

The Big Ten title race came into sharper focus on the second-to-last Saturday of the regular season. [ MORE: View the latest Big Ten standings | Check out Sunday’s scoreboard ] We have Purdue to thank for it, as the 20th-ranked Boilermakers held off No. 10 Maryland, 83-79, at Mackey Arena. With the outcome, Purdue improved heated instate rival and Big Ten leader Indiana’s pursuit to the Big Ten crown. The Hoosiers can clinch a share of the Big Ten crown as early as Sunday, with an Ohio State win over Iowa, and wrap up the outright title as early

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

The penultimate Saturday of the regular season included a pair of Big Ten men’s basketball games. [ MORE: Get all of Saturday’s scores & stats on our Big Ten scoreboard ] In the opener, Northwestern walloped Rutgers, 98-59, behind Tre Demps’ hot shooting and Alex Olah’s double-double. No. 20 Purdue closed the day’s festivities by holding off No. 10 Maryland, 83-79, thanks to a balanced attack that featured five players in double figures. Watch our favorite plays from Saturday afternoon’s action below. *** PURDUE 83, MARYLAND 79: A.J. Hammons scored 19 points to lead five Purdue players in double figures,

Michigan wins ninth Big Ten women's track & field title

The Michigan women’s track & field team won the 2016 Big Ten Indoor Track & Field Championships on Saturday at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio. The Wolverines posted four individual titles and claimed one relay to secure Michigan’s ninth Big Ten Championship and first since 2006. Michigan tallied 109 team points, while Purdue was second with 102 points. Penn State was third with 96.5 points, while Minnesota finished fourth with 89 and Iowa was fifth with 50 points. The Wolverines recorded first-place finishes from Erin Finn in the 3,000- and 5,000-meter runs, Devon Hoppe in the 800-meter run and

Nebraska wins 2016 Big Ten Men's Indoor T&F Championships

Nebraska won the 2016 Big Ten Men’s Indoor Track & Field Championships on Saturday at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio. The Huskers claimed two individual titles en route to winning their second consecutive Big Ten Championships. [ MORE: Huskers.com: Nebraska men repeat as Big Ten champs ] Nebraska recorded 116 team points, while Wisconsin finished in second place with 73. Minnesota was third with 72 points, Michigan finished fourth with 71 and Ohio State ended the championships in fifth place with 63.5 points. The Huskers earned first-place finishes from Landon Bartel in the high jump and Kaiwan Culmer in

Maryland wins share of second straight Big Ten championship

Maryland clinched at least a share of the Big Ten regular-season title Saturday afternoon, thanks to Michigan State downing Ohio State in triple overtime. The Terrapins (15-2) secure their second Big Ten title in as many seasons in the conference, and it can make it another outright crown with a season-ending victory over Minnesota on Sunday. Lose to the Golden Gophers, and the Terrapins and Buckeyes will share the title. The Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament will be held March 2-6 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Tickets can be purchased at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse box office, Ticketmaster.com or

Shoe on the floor! No problem, Ted Valentine is on it

One of the many things we’ve noticed since BTN launched is that Big Ten fans enjoy a good shoe highlight. Sounds odd, we know, but it’s true. It doesn’t happen often, although it makes for entertaining television when a player loses a shoe in the middle of the action. Does said player continue to play? Does said player do something highlight-worthy sans the shoe? Northwestern’s Jordan Ash came out of his shoe late in Northwestern’s easy win vs. Rutgers on Saturday. He continued to play, for the record, but it was official Ted Valentine who made it into a highlight