OK, this whole “Harlem Shake” thing is approaching “Call Me Maybe” proportions. Everybody, it seems, is filming their own version of the dance video and posting it to YouTube. View some of the latest Big Ten-centric Harlem Shakes in this post. Have one we missed? Please leave it in the comment box below, and we’ll add it.
Sunday featured a light schedule on the Big Ten women’s hardwood, but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t some great action. Iowa drilled No. 18 Purdue 72-52 at Mackey Arena to highlight the day’s two-game slate. In the other game, Northwestern knocked off Minnesota, 70-63. Catch up on all the action in this post.
It’s easy to see why so many experts think Michigan State’s Denzel Valentine has a bright future. Forget the future, actually, the freshman is a player who can do a lot right now. He proved it with a seven-point, nine-rebound, two-assist effort in Saturday night’s victory at Nebraska.
Keith Appling scored 16 points to go over 1,000 for his career and Adreian Payne added 15 points and 14 rebounds in eighth-ranked Michigan State’s 73-64 victory over Nebraska on Saturday night. The win allowed Michigan State (22-4, 11-2) to remain tied with Indiana for first place in the Big Ten.
Will Sheehey scored a career-high 22 points, on a perfect 9-of-9 effort from the field, and Cody Zeller had 19 as No. 1 Indiana rolled over Purdue 83-55 on Saturday, routing the Boilermakers for the second time in 2 1/2 weeks.
There’s never been a hockey game played at historic Soldier Field in Chicago. That all will change Sunday, as No. 18 Wisconsin battles rival and No. 2 Minnesota in the second of two games at the Office Max Hockey City Classic. The Badgers and Gophers are scheduled to battle at 4:30 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go. Before the puck drops, though, make sure to catch our “Big Ten Hockey Pre-Game” at 4 p.m.
Michigan State offensive coordinator Dan Roushar is leaving to be the running backs coach of the New Orleans Saints, the school announced in a release Saturday.