Penn State released a statement Thursday addressing its head coaching search. See the entire statement in this post.
(AP) Indiana forward Will Sheehey has injured his lower left leg and is listed as day-to-day. In a release issued late Wednesday night, the 17th-ranked Hoosiers said the injury occurred during practice earlier in the day. The sophomore forward has played a key role in Indiana’s resurgence. He is one of five Hoosiers scoring in double figures (10.7) and is the second-highest scoring non-starter in the Big Ten. Read the full AP story.
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There were a quartet of Big Ten women’s hoops games Thursday, and it was a highly successful night. The conference went 4-0, headlined by No. 11 Ohio State’s 79-57 victory over Washington State. With the victory the Buckeyes enter Big Ten play with a 13-0 clip. Catch up on all the action on our Big Ten scoreboard and get stats and recaps in this post.
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Wisconsin suffered a big blow with offensive coordinator Paul Chryst taking the Pitt job. In eight seasons at Wisconsin, Chryst built some of the nation’s top offenses while at Wisconsin, helping lead the Badgers to consecutive Rose Bowl appearances the past two seasons.
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High school recruits can’t sign letters of intent until Feb. 1. But junior college recruits who plan to enroll in January so they can take part in spring drills were able to sign Dec. 21. Minnesota and Indiana—the two Big Ten teams not to make a bowl this season–led the way among Big Ten schools with each signing five players this week who will take part in spring drills.
You have questions, I have answers in my weekly mail bag. Among other questions this week, fans wonder if Drew Brees is better than Tom Brady, what’s the best Big Ten bowl no one is talking about and if bowl matchups are really the best way to compare conferences.
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Tim Frazier stands all of 6-foot-1. So when the Penn State point guard elevates to swat an opposing big man, it’s kind of a big deal. The Nittany Lions’ do-it-all star emphatically blocked Cornell’s 6-foot-9 Deion Giddens’ layup in Wednesday night’s 74-67 home victory. The block was quite the highlight, no matter how many inches (8) Frazier was giving up. It was so good, in fact, BTN play-by-play man Eric Collins had this to say: “Blocked away by Frazier! How did he get up there?” Find out in this video now.