Erik Murphy tied a career-high with 24 points just days after dealing with an illness, and No. 10 Florida beat 22nd-ranked Wisconsin 74-56 on Wednesday night.
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On Wednesday night’s “The Journey: Big Ten Football 2012,” we featured Indiana’s Will Matte and Northwestern’s Venric Mark. Watch a clip from the show here. In it, BTN goes behind the scenes with Matte’s family for a special surprise hours before Indiana’s Senior Day game vs. Wisconsin, and take viewers inside the secret behind Mark’s breakout season. Also, check out a couple bonus clips in this post.
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Like dunks? You’re in luck, because we here at BTN.com are clipping every Big Ten dunk – from the games we have online rights to – and linking to them for your viewing pleasure. Find your favorite team’s November slams in the table below. Throughout the season, we’ll update the list on our Big Ten Dunk Archive. Bookmark that page to keep up with all the latest slams.
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The season is winding down, but the questions continue to pour in. Questions about the bowl matchups are trending. And some wonder about who will be in the discussion to be Big Ten Coach of the Year. I tackle those questions—and others—in this week’s mailbag.
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The next episode of “The Journey 2012″ presented by Best Buy airs at 7:30 p.m. t0night and features looks at three more Big Ten football stories: Ohio State’s Braxton Miller, Northwestern’s Venric Mark, and Indiana Senior Day. Watch a short preview here and find bonus clips for tonight’s episode in this post.
Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson has missed the last two games with a right elbow issue. It has been a heck of way for his senior season to come draw to a close. What if he can’t play Saturday on Senior Day? It’s a possibility. See what Nick Baumgardner and Kyle Meinke of MLive.com say about that topic—along with other Big Ten news in my daily links.
The Big Ten will once again be well represented in the postseason with seven teams having virtually locked up their spots in next month’s NCAA Tournament. With two weeks remaining in the regular season two conference members are fighting for their postseason hopes as Northwestern and Wisconsin both remain in the chase.
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