Nebraska ousts 3-time reigning champ OSU

Nebraska's Rebecca Woodberry

Ohio State vs. Nebraska - 2012 Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournament

No. 24 Nebraska toppled three-time reigning Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament champion and No. 16 Ohio State, 77-62, in semifinal action Saturday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. With the win, the Huskers advance to the Big Ten tourney title game, where it plays No. 25 Purdue at 4 p.m. ET Sunday. We tracked tweets from a variety of official school sources, fans and media folks who were covering the action. Check it out here. Also, throughout the tourney, join the conversation on Twitter by using the #B1Gtourney.

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Gophers rout Huskers; Wildcats down Hawkeyes

Iowa's Matt Gatens

Nebraska at Minnesota - Men's Basketball Highlights

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Northwestern kept its NCAA tourney hopes alive with a much-needed victory at Iowa (recap) and Minnesota took down Nebraska (recap) in a Saturday BTN doubleheader. Catch up on all the action on our BTN.com scoreboard and get stats, video and recaps in this post. Like highlights? We post some of the best Big Ten highlights in our Did You See This? archive. Gopher fans will love these Rodney Williams dunks.

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Iowa's Cartwright shows school pride

It’s Senior Day in Iowa City, Iowa, and Iowa senior Bryce Cartwright is showing his school pride in a unique way. On his socks. The point guard reached deep into his sock drawer and found a pair of gold Hawkeyes socks. Very cool touch. See the socks in this post.

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Rodney Williams channels inner Blake Griffin

Minnesota's Rodney Williams

Rodney Williams Channels Inner Blake Griffin

Put Minnesota’s Rodney Williams in a dunk contest against pretty much anyone, and he’s going to hold his own. What about 2011 NBA Dunk Contest winner Blake Griffin? Who knows how the Minnesota junior would fair against arguably the best dunker, but BTN color commentator Eddie Johnson made this interesting comment about one of Williams’ two highlight-reel jams Saturday: “That had Blake Griffin written all over it.” You know what? It did — only Williams actually dunked it. Watch Williams’ ridiculous jam now and compare it to Griffin’s in this post. Also, watch Williams’ alley-oop Saturday in this post.

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Purdue, Penn State, Ohio State, Nebraska move on

Rachel Sheffer, Samantha Prahalis

Michigan vs. Ohio State - 2012 Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournament

The second day of the 2012 Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament features four more games, all live on BTN/BTN2Go. So far, Ohio State beat Michigan, 57-49, then Nebraska upset Iowa, 80-68. Also tonight, Penn State held off Minnesota, 78-74 and Purdue dropped Michigan State, 73-64. Get caught up on the action on the interactive bracket and find stats, video and recaps in this post.

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Illinois releases Women's Basketball Coach

Illinois Fighting Illini head coach Jolette Law celebrates after defeating the Ohio State Buckeyes 66-65 at Assembly Hall. Mandatory Credit: Ben Woloszyn-USPRESSWIRE

Illinois releases Women’s Basketball Coach

Illinois Athletics Director Mike Thomas announced Friday that Jolette Law was released as head women’s basketball coach. Law compiled a record of 69-93 in five seasons as head coach, including 11-19 in the season completed yesterday with a 68-53 loss in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament. Law’s Big Ten record in her five seasons was 27-59, with a highest conference finish of eighth place in 2009. In her first season, Law guided the Illini to a 20-15 record, including an historic run in the 2008 Big Ten Tournament, winning three games and advancing to the championship game before losing to Purdue on a buzzer-beater. Read the full release at Fighting Illini.com

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Dienhart: IU's Jordan Hulls Q&A

Indiana's Jordan Hulls

Gus Johnson: Jordan Hulls Gets Tricky Tricky

Indiana has 20 wins for the first time since 2007-08 and are NCAA tourney bound for the first time since that same season. Add it all up, and some think the program is ahead of schedule in its rebuilding project under fourth-year Indiana coach Tom Crean, who has done a great job cleaning up the mess left by Kelvin Sampson. This is why Jordan Hulls decided to stay home. He wanted to be part of something special. He wanted to be part of rebuilding the school he grew up loving and worshiping.

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