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D'Angelo Russell

Big Ten hoops roundup: D'Angelo Russell triple-doubles in OSU win

D’Angelo Russell went for a triple-double, the first ever for an Ohio State freshman, to lead the 20th-ranked Buckeyes to a 79-60 victory at Rutgers to cap Sunday’s Big Ten action. In other action, No. 25 Indiana held off Michigan, 70-67, and Iowa blasted No. 16 Maryland 71-55. Catch up on all of today’s games on our Big Ten scoreboard. Looking for the latest Big Ten standings? We have those right here. National polls? We have those, too. And here are the latest Big Ten statistical leaders. Use the links below to track all of Sunday’s action. INDIANA 70, MICHIGAN

Melo Trimble

Video: Maryland PG Melo Trimble has painful first half at Iowa

Melo Trimble had one of those days where it feels like you must have a bullseye on you Sunday afternoon at Iowa. [ MORE: Track all of Sunday’s Big Ten hoops action ] First, midway through the first half, the freshman point guard collided with a BTN cameraman, causing him to fall to the floor and take the camera to his body and face. Trimble left the game to be attended to by the Maryland training staff. Nearly five minutes later, Trimble was back on the bench receiving treatment after Adam Woodbury poked him in the right eye. Trimble, once

Rutgers at Indiana

Video: Indiana high-flyer Troy Williams puts on a dunk show vs. Michigan

If there was any doubt whether Troy Williams was one of the Big Ten’s top high-flyers, he erased them in Sunday’s narrow 70-67 victory over Michigan. [ MORE: Video: Melo Trimble had a painful day Sunday at Iowa ] Williams, easily one of the Big Ten’s elite athletes, exploded for a handful of powerful flushes. Four of the dunks were included in CBS’ montage spotlighting Williams’ big day above the rim. Problem is, the montage aired a little too early, because the sophomore saved one of his best dunks of the day for late in the game. With 32 seconds

Twitter: Big Ten coaches, teams react to Dean Smith's death

Legendary North Carolina men’s basketball coach Dean Smith had no Big Ten ties, but his impact on the game is impossible to ignore. The two-time national champion and coach of the Tar Heels from 1961-1997 died Saturday night at the age of 83. The retired coach died “peacefully” at his North Carolina home, according to a statement from Smith’s family on Sunday. He was with his wife and five children. In addition to his accolades at North Carolina, Smith was also an Olympic gold medal winner (1976), basketball Hall of Famer and a Presidential Medal of Freedom honoree. Several Big

Big Ten women's hoops roundup: No. 5 Maryland downs No. 19 Nebraska

Every Big Ten women’s basketball team was in action on a very busy Sunday. The headliner was No. 5 Maryland hosting No. 19 Nebraska, and the home team tallied a 59-47 win to push its winning streak to 15 games. Catch up on all of Sunday’s Big Ten women’s hoops action belwo. RUTGERS 57, MICHIGAN: BOX | AP RECAP Betnijah Laney scored 17 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and dished out seven assists as No. 21 Rutgers held on to beat Michigan 57-50 on Sunday for its sixth straight victory. NORTHWESTERN 64, ILLINOIS 58: BOX | RECAP Northwestern put the clamps

BTN LiveBIG: Rutgers medical student offers shining example of service learning

When she went to Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Janki Shah knew she wanted to go above and beyond the conventional academic path to make a difference in the lives of others. That drive led her to start the Women’s Health Literacy Project, an initiative to get medical counseling and treatment for women and families in need. “Part of the reason I chose the school itself was the community-volunteering opportunities,” the 24-year-old student said. “I knew I really wanted to do that when I decided to go to medical school.” It started two years ago at the Apostles’ House, a

Signing Day Studio Talkbacks Urban Meyer

One 'instant impact' commitment from every Big Ten school

Who are some of the top true freshmen in the Big Ten we should expect to see on the field in 2015? BTN.com web editor Sean Merriman takes a look at one "instant impact" commit from every Big Ten school.