Five Big Ten men’s soccer teams made the NCAA tournament, it was announced Monday. Reigning NCAA champ Indiana (Big Ten tourney champ), Michigan State, Northwestern, Penn State (Big Ten regular-season champ) and Wisconsin all made the field. Read more about each team in this post.
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Sasquatch made another appearance in the stands at a Big Ten home game, and this time he saw a pretty compelling game. The big fellow was in Evanston as Northwestern fell to Michigan. Watch the clip in this post.
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It was a busy day in Big Ten men’s basketball, as seven teams were in action. No. 8 Michigan was upset at Iowa State, while No. 23 Indiana had no trouble with Stony Brook. Get all the scores, stats and video highlights from Sunday’s action in this post.
It was a Saturday filled with blowouts. Still, there was a lot to learn, beginning with the continued domination of Ohio State and Michigan State. Oh, and Wisconsin is pretty good, too. Everyone else? See what I learned in Week 12 in this post.
Purdue’s Basil Smotherman threw down the kind of dunk that drops jaws in the second half of Sunday’s win over Rider. The freshman drove and exploded for a left-handed posterizing dunk that delighted the Mackey Arena faithful. Former Flyin’ Illini star Stephen Bardo, the color commentator for the game, liked what he saw, too, saying: “Putting Rider on a poster. They’re for the sale in the lobby coming up.”