Burke's Dad: No NBA Decision Yet

Trey Burke‘s father says the Michigan star has still not decided whether to leave school early for the NBA. Amid reports that Burke is expected to turn pro, his father Benji said in a text message to The Associated Press that there has been “no decision” yet. Read more here.

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Kain Colter freestyles at Wildcat practice

Kain Colter’s versatility doesn’t stop on the football field. The do-it-all Wildcat can rap, too. Colter, who racked up 1,793 total yards and accounted for 18 touchdowns in 2011, showed off his freestyling skills at a recent Northwestern practice. For the record, Colter was mic’d up for the practice, so who knows if he was winging it. It sure seems like he was, though, based on his reaction: “I’m embarrassing myself. On national TV, I’m mic’d up. I can’t believe this!” Watch Colter’s rapping skills in an NUFootballFamily YouTube video in this post.

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Stay or Go? Past Big Ten early NBA draft entrants

Illinois’ Meyers Leonard declared for the NBA draft Monday (story), and on Wednesday, it was Ohio State’s Jared Sullinger’s turn (story). With Leonard and Sullinger, both sophomores, leaving early and the deadlines to declare for the draft approaching (April 10, NCAA; April 29, NBA), BTN.com’s Brent Yarina considers some of the previous Big Ten sophomores – plus freshmen – who have left early since the new millennium. How did the decisions work out? Find out in this post.

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Michigan's Borseth steps down as coach

Fifth-year coach Kevin Borseth resigned as Michigan women’s basketball coach after posting a 77-73 overall record and a 38-48 Big Ten mark with the Wolverines. Michigan made a 2012 NCAA Tournament appearance. “I have decided to resign my position and return to Wisconsin-Green Bay as head coach,” Borseth said. Read more at MGoBlue.com. And have a look at this 2008 video profile of Borseth in this post where Mike Hall reports on how the coach revived the program.

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Dienhart: Sullinger Ready For NBA

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Jared Sullinger Press Conference

No one was shocked when Ohio State’s Jared Sullinger announced Wednesday that he will turn pro after two seasons in Columbus. He’s ready. In fact, some felt Sullinger was ready after his freshman season, when he averaged 17.2 points and 10.2 rebounds for a team that won the Big Ten and entered the NCAA tourney as the No. 1 overall seed. Alas, the Buckeyes lost in the Sweet 16 to Kentucky.

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