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5:00 PMC. Michigan at PurdueWatch
6:30 PMTennessee-Martin at PurdueWatch
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Tuesday Dec 19
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6:30 PMTennessee-Martin at PurdueWatch
9:00 PMQuinnipiac at Michigan St.Watch
Tuesday Dec 19
7:00 PMBinghamton at Penn St.Watch
8:00 PMFlorida Atlantic at NebraskaWatch
8:00 PMLewis at NorthwesternWatch

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Video: Get updates from Northwestern spring practice

Due to the weather, Northwestern went with a controlled practice indoors instead of a spring game Saturday morning. No matter, BTN was there to capture some of the highlights, and to talk to a couple of the key participants.

BTN LiveBIG: Ohio State professor is picking up good vibrations

Sometimes the smallest things can make big differences. The sway of a bridge or building caused by wind is barely perceptible for most people, for instance, but Ryan Harne sees a major potential source of energy in what few others even notice. An assistant professor in Ohio State’s department of mechanical and aerospace engineering, Harne has studied vibration-energy harvesting for several years. His research examines how the movements of large structures, like skyscrapers and bridges, could translate into usable energy. “If a bridge weakens steadily over time due to swaying, nowadays it’s quite common to go ahead and either retrofit

Video: Check out Minnesota spring game highlights

The Minnesota football team held its annual spring game Saturday afternoon at TCF Bank Stadium. The first spring game under Tracy Claeys featured two 40-minutes halves of game action, most of which was controlled by the defense.

Watch Indiana 1B Austin Cangelosi record out, fall over fence

Nothing was going to keep Austin Cangelosi from recording the out. [ MORE: Like this post? Check out our Gone Viral section ] Not even the fence down the first base line. The Indiana first baseman recorded a highlight out Saturday afternoon vs. rival Purdue, hauling in a foul ball before falling over the fence and into the visitor’s dugout. What a catch, huh? Also, how about the hustle and effort out of the umpire? Watch the impressive grab in the video above.

BTN LiveBIG: Northwestern professor heads east in service of science

Today, Evanston. Tomorrow, the world. Mark Hersam, a materials science and engineering expert and longtime Northwestern professor, was recently appointed by the U.S. Department of State to a team of five U.S. Science Envoys. The people appointed to these exclusive posts develop partnerships, generate scientific collaboration and foster mutually beneficial relationships between the United States and other nations — things that fit well with Hersam’s own professional philosophy. “In my career to date, I have strived to expedite the transition of fundamental research to societal benefits through education, entrepreneurism and commercialization,” Hersam said. “I believe that these experiences can be applied

Michigan's Kyle Connor falls short in Hobey Baker Award voting

Michigan’s Kyle Connor fell just short of winning the Hobey Baker Award, which is given to the top NCAA men’s hockey player. Hardvard forward Jimmy Vesey won the award, which was announced during the NCAA Frozen Four championship in a live ceremony held at historic Tampa Theatre in Tampa, Florida and aired nationally on NHL Network. Despite not winning the Hobey Baker, Connor did receive an award on Friday. He was he recipient of the 2016 Tim Taylor Award, bestowed annually upon the best first-year player in NCAA Division I men’s ice hockey. Connor still enjoyed a record-setting season for

Gruden: Cook is 'Perhaps the best quarterback in this year’s draft'

Who is the best quarterback in this year’s NFL Draft class? That has been a highly contested question as there isn’t a true “slam dunk” answer to that this year. Former Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook is one of seven quarterbacks taking part in Jon Gruden’s QB Camp series this year. Gruden had some high praise for Cook, calling him “perhaps the best quarterback in this year’s draft.” “What stands out the most is his experience,” Gruden said about Cook. “He’s mature; he’s a fifth-year senior. He’s been in a pro-style system. He’s got size and athleticism, and he’s willing