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Tuesday Oct 24
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Video: Jae'Sean Tate's floor slap goes wrong at Nebraska

It’s not strange to see basketball players slap the floor as they set up on defense following a made basket. Typically, players do it once, and while the opponent is bringing the ball up the court. Saturday night at Nebraska, Ohio State sophomore Jae’Sean Tate was a little too emphatic and delayed with his floor slap(s). Guarding the ball just inside the midcourt line in the final minutes of regulation, Tate slapped the floor three times, allowing Tai Webster to attack the rim and draw a foul on his defender. Ohio State won 65-62 in overtime to improve to 10-5

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

There was a trio of Big Ten men’s basketball games on Saturday. [ MORE: Get all of Saturday’s scores & stats on our Big Ten scoreboard ] Penn State kicked things off by beating Rutgers, 70-58, to record its third win in its last four games. Ohio State followed that with a 65-62 win over Nebraska in an overtime thriller. Indiana closed out the action with an impressive 77-73 victory over in-state rival Purdue. Watch all of the top highlights from Saturday’s action below. Watch the game wraps here.

Penn State's 2016 THON kicked off late Friday afternoon

The world’s largest student-run philanthropy is back at it, as Penn State’s annual “THON” kicked off late Friday afternoon at the Bryce Jordan Center. [ MORE: Watch the 2016 THON live stream | Follow @THON on Twitter! ] The event, which started in 1977 and raises benefits for pediatric cancer patients, features more than 700 students dancing for 46 consecutive hours, officially ending at 4 p.m. ET Sunday. Throughout the 46-hour marathon, Penn State athletic teams will rotate in to take part in raising money for the Four Diamonds Fund out of Penn State Hershey Medical Center. A year ago,

Jim Harbaugh putting Michigan's spring game under the lights

(AP) Jim Harbaugh has Michigan in the spotlight again. [ MORE: Meet No. 1 recruit Rashan Gary | Tom Brady at Signing of the Stars | Ric Flair at Signing of the Stars ] The Wolverines announced Friday their spring football game will be at night for the first time. The April 1 game will serve as the 15th and final practice for Harbaugh’s second spring with the Wolverines. This month, Harbaugh is taking his players to practice in Florida during spring break, a move NCAA President Mark Emmert does not favor. “They’re having a hard time being students and

BTN LiveBIG: Purdue, IU team up for a summer 'C.A.M.P.' like no other

Do your memories of summer camp include toasting marshmallows over an open fire, hikes in the woods and mosquito bites? How about dissecting an animal heart? If that last one throws people for a loop, they can be excused. That’s because up to this point, there hasn’t been a summer experience quite like C.A.M.P. A collaboration between the Purdue College of Health and Human Sciences and the Indiana University School of Medicine – West Lafayette, C.A.M.P. (Clinical Applications for future Medical Professionals) is an innovative undertaking designed to introduce young people to the possibilities of a career in health. Campers,

Site says Ohio State most powerful fan base in college football

What is the most powerful fan base in college football? Collegespun.com recently published an article listing the 16 most powerful fan bases, and four Big Ten schools appear on the list. Factors that were taken into account while creating the list include program worth, program revenue, television contracts, social media followings, attendance and a number of others. Leading the way is Ohio State, which is listed at No. 1 overall. “Ohio State has always been among the strongest programs and fan bases in college football, but winning the 2014 national championship seems to have woken something up in the Buckeye

Saturday on 'The Journey': Ohio State honors Evan Turner

A familiar name to Big Ten basketball fans returns on this Saturday’s episode of the “The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2016,” as we take you behind the scenes to watch former Ohio State star Evan Turner (remember this shot?) get his No. 21 jersey raised to the rafters at Ohio State. The show airs at 9 p.m. ET right after the Ohio State-Nebraska game. And we of course have our usual special game highlights. This week we were at Michigan vs. Ohio State game and Wisconsin vs. Maryland. Remember, if you miss the debut of the show, you can find

Survey: Who is the most exciting Big Ten hoops player?

What Big Ten player is the most exciting? Who would you plunk down your hard-earned cash to watch? Who brings you out of your seat and makes you say “AHHHH!”? I asked some media members for their choice. Jess Settles, Big Ten Network: Denzel Valentine. Magic Johnson passes, hits H-O-R-S-E shots in big games, always a triple-double threat. Fearless. Marcus Fuller, St. Paul Pioneer Press: Most exciting to me is A.J. Hammons. In today’s world, the 7-footers are mainly shot blockers and rebounders. Or you’ll see them trying to be guards and hanging out on the perimeter. But Hammons is

BTN's Shane Sparks: Our look at this weekend's NWCA action

The National Championship Dual series highlights this weekend as eight Big Ten teams host six Division I conference champions from around the country and two wildcards. In his weekend preview, BTN wrestling analyst Shane Sparks takes a closer look at No. 1 Penn State's matchup.