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7:00 PMC. Michigan at PurdueWatch
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8:00 PMDrake at NebraskaWatch
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7:00 PMSouthern at Ohio St.Watch
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Thursday Dec 8
6:30 PMSt. Peter's at MarylandWatch
7:00 PMMissouri at Ohio St.Watch

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BTN LiveBIG: Michigan State, Wisconsin show heart on and off basketball court

Grit. Hustle. Ingenuity. Passion. Those are the qualities you find in the heart of a true champion. The Badgers and Spartans have displayed those characteristics on their journey to the 2015 Final Four — the second-straight year they’ve made deep runs in the NCAA tournament. But those traits are hardly limited to those respective basketball teams. They’re regularly seen among the student body, faculty and staff, and alumni of both Wisconsin and Michigan State. When you’re not watching the games today, take a few minutes to read recent examples from BTN LiveBIG of how people from those universities apply talent,

Travis Trice overcomes illness, injuries to land in Final Four

In the summer of 2012, between Travis Trice's freshman and sophomore season at MSU, an unexplained and serious illness hit the Spartans' point guard and left doctors puzzled. Now the guard leads his Michigan State into the Final Four against Duke.

Badger-Cam: Frank Kaminsky's GoPro captures Wisconsin's tourney run

You've seen Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky wearing a GoPro action camera on the court after games and elsewhere. Both CBS and ESPN have asked about getting the footage. Who knows everything that is on the infamous GoPro camera? Only the National Player of the Year - for now.

Gallery: Frank Kaminsky wins AP Player of the Year, Badgers practice

On Friday, Frank Kaminsky, the 7-footer who anchored Wisconsin’s run to a second straight Final Four, was the runaway choice as The Associated Press’ player of the year. Kaminsky and his team also practiced at Lucas Oil Stadium, and we’ve posted some of the best photos from USA Today. This season, Kaminsky averaged 18.7 points and 8.0 rebounds while shooting 54.9 percent from the field and 41.5 percent from 3-point range as the Badgers ran up a 35-3 record and won the Big Ten regular season and tournament titles. Read more  here. Want more galleries? We got ’em.

Spring Football Live: 5 things to watch during Michigan game Saturday

BTN airs Saturday's Michigan spring football game live at noon ET, and you can also watch it live via BTN2Go. BTN senior writer Tom Dienhart will be covering the game and lays out the five things he'll be looking for when new coach Jim Harbaugh and his Wolverines take the field.

Big Ten links: Izzo, Ryan flourish, Elliott's Heisman hopes & more

A former Michigan State star explains Tom Izzo's success. A Wisconsin writer explains how the Badgers hit it big with Bo Ryan. Could Ohio State's top Heisman Trophy candidate be a running back? And let's look at how transfer quarterbacks actually do. All of this and more in Friday's Big Ten headlines.

BTN LiveBIG: Hawkeye homecoming queen takes on engineering, international aid and triathlons

Students at Big Ten universities aren’t waiting until they get out into the “real world” to make a difference. Find out how they’re working together to create positive, meaningful change in this BTN LiveBIG series: the Student Section. Heading to the University of Iowa four years ago, Allison Kindig was like most other undergraduate students — unsure about her life’s direction, but excited about what the future held in store. As she prepares to graduate this spring with a degree in engineering, Kindig can look back at her academic career so far and say she’s accomplished her goal — and