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Watch Sunday's best Big Ten men's basketball highlights

There was a trio of Big Ten men’s basketball games Sunday, and all three were decided by double digits. [ MORE: Catch up on all of Sunday’s action on our Big Ten scoreboard ] No. 5 Michigan State cruised past Penn State, 92-65, in Denzel Valentine’s return, Indiana destroyed Ohio State, 85-60, in a meeting of 3-0 Big Ten teams, and Illinois upset No. 20 Purdue, 84-70. A few notables from Sunday’s action: Valentine finished with 10 points, four rebounds, four assists and two steals in 23 minutes off the bench, his first action since Dec. 19; the Hoosiers’ easy

Michigan State's Denzel Valentine makes return from surgery

Denzel Valentine made his return from knee surgery in Sunday’s 92-65 win at Penn State. [ MORE: Watch replay of No. 5 Michigan State at Penn State on BTN2Go ] After missing the last four games, including the Spartans’ first three Big Ten games (2-1), the Michigan State do-it-all star entered the game with 15:23 left in the first half and finished with 10 points, four rebounds, four assists and two steals in 23 minutes. Valentine, who was among the early leaders for player of the year before the surgery, entered the game averaging 18.5 points, 8.3 rebounds and 7.1

BTN LiveBIG: Photos show Purdue is full of surprises

Purdue has a well-deserved reputation as one of the top engineering, technology and science universities in the United States. It’s widely recognized in areas ranging from space exploration to supercomputers. But that doesn’t mean the school lacks an artistic side. As a series of photos from the previous year shows, there’s plenty of creativity on offer in West Lafayette, Ind. Here are a few pictures from a recent “year’s best” list of Purdue photography that show the innovative work that the school’s “right brains” produced in 2015.  

Sam Dekker's mom trolls son about Wisconsin degree

It was alumni day Saturday at the Wisconsin men’s basketball game. [ MORE: Remember this? Sam Dekker’s mom tweets picture of son mowing yard ] Former Wisconsin star and current Houston Rockets forward Sam Dekker learned this via text message from his mother, who said that Dekker should be at the Kohl Center. He would have been had he not entered the 2015 NBA Draft following his junior season, one that saw the Badgers make their second consecutive Final Four run, ending with a loss to Duke in the national final. The message also included a funny jab, with Dekker’s

Watch Melo Trimble's deep game-winning 3 at Wisconsin

Melo Trimble has had so many great games during his one and a half seasons at Maryland. The star point guard compiled one of his most impressive days in No. 3 Maryland’s dramatic 63-60 win at Wisconsin on Saturday afternoon. Trimble scored 21 points, several of which came in highlight fashion, and dished out five assists. It was his last shot that made the performance extraordinary, however. With the score tied at 60 and the final seconds ticking off the clock, Trimble, one of the Big Ten’s top free-throw shooters and foul creators, dribbled the clock down before opting for

Four former Big Ten football standouts make 2015 All-Pro Team

It was another highly successful season for former Big Ten stars in the NFL. [ MORE: Big Ten names on NFL playoff teams ] None were more impressive than San Francisco LB NaVorro Bowman (Penn State), Cleveland T Joe Thomas (Wisconsin), Houston DE J.J Watt (Wisconsin) and Baltimore G Marshal Yanda (Iowa), all of who made the 2015 All-Pro Team, released Friday. Bowman racked up a career-high and NFL-best 154 tackles, Thomas played every snap for the ninth time in as many seasons, Watt, the reigning AP Defensive Player of the Year, registered an NFL-leading 17.5 sacks, and Yanda allowed just

Ohio State fan names baby after star RB Ezekiel Elliott

No Ohio State fan will soon forget standout and do-it-all running back Ezekiel Elliott. [ MORE: Like this post? Check out our full Gone Viral section! ] Elliott helped carry the Buckeyes to the 2015 national title, the first of the new playoff era, and totaled 4,125 yards and 41 touchdowns in his two seasons as the starter, including an eye-popping 12 scores in four career postseason games. For all of his efforts and accolades, Elliott figures to go down as one of Ohio State’s all-time greats. The Ohio State fan pictured in the tweet above knows this, and that’s

BTN LiveBIG: Wisconsin’s Biotron is a lab for all seasons

Where can you go from icy tundra to a warm equatorial climate just by going down the hall? Where can you experience the inky darkness of a moonless night and near-blinding light of day in a span of seconds, yet never leave the confines of a building? If you’re on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, the answer is the Biotron. “We replicate conditions from as far around the globe as possible,” said Dr. Hannah Carey, Biotron director. “Our labs can go from as dry as a desert to as humid as a moist tropical fog. We have acclimatized

Braxton Miller writes incredible thank you letter to Buckeye fans

Braxton Miller will go down as one of the most liked players in Ohio State history, and that is an impressive list to be on. To thank all of his fans, Miller wrote a heartfelt thank you letter to Buckeye nation on the Players Tribune website. The star quarterback-turned-wide receiver spoke about everything from his upbringing to his favorite players ever to wear an Ohio State uniform. He also talks about his memorable play this season against Virginia Tech. Need a reminder? Here it is! The Braxton Miller spin move, in three beautiful @USATsportsImage shots. pic.twitter.com/7LqKW1KXdx — Big Ten Network