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Wisconsin forward Nigel Hayes trolls NCAA tourney stenographer

But seriously – have you ever seen the magical powers of a stenographer? pic.twitter.com/36exonv2CG — Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) March 21, 2015 If you don’t already know it, Nigel Hayes is one of the Big Ten’s top personalities. He delighted last season with the whole Nigel Burgundy series. As a freshman, mind you. And he’s always one of the most engaging and entertaining interviews. Hayes proved this once again Saturday during Wisconsin’s press conference to preview its Round of 32 game vs Oregon. When a reporter asked Hayes about his improved 3-point shot, he decided to have some fun, using a

Dienhart's Rapid Reaction: Ohio State falls to Arizona

Ohio State senior Sam Thompson had a team-best 18 points, but it wasn’t enough as Arizona defeated OSU 73-58 in a third round NCAA Tournament game on Saturday. BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart offers his rapid reaction from the game. The star: This game was billed by some as a battle of freshman stars, with Ohio State’s D’Angelo Russell taking on Arizona’s Stanley Johnson. But neither excelled. Russell—who had 28 points vs. VCU in OSU’s opening NCAA win–hit just 3-of-19 shots for nine points, but he did have seven rebounds and six assists. Johnson connected on only 1-of-12 shots for

Big Ten baseball recap: Maryland, Rutgers notch first Big Ten wins

The Big Ten’s two newest teams, Maryland and Rutgers, registered their first Big Ten wins Saturday. The Terrapins swept Minnesota in a doubleheader, 5-1 and 12-9, while the Scarlet Knights knocked off Purdue, 4-1, after dropping Friday’s Big Ten opener. Catch up on all of Saturday’s results below. Illinois 5, USF 2 In the quickest game of the season so far, No. 18 Illinois clinched its third straight series victory with a 5-2 win over USF. Starter Drasen Johnson pitched into the eighth inning to earn his third win. Indiana at Penn State – Postponed Iowa 6, Kansas 4 Iowa

Big Ten women's NCAA tournament: Catch up on Saturday's results

Three more Big Ten women’s basketball teams opened the NCAA tournament Saturday afternoon. [ MORE: View the official NCAA tournament bracket ] One day after Iowa advanced to the Round of 32, Big Ten regular season and postseason champ Maryland and Ohio State carded victories. The Terrapins rolled New Mexico State, 75-57, while Ohio State downed James Madison, 90-80, and Rutgers beat in-state rival Seton Hall, 79-66 in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday. Use the links below to catch up on all of the day’s action: MARYLAND 75, NEW MEXICO STATE 57: BOX | AP RECAP

Photo: OSU honors Kosta Karageorge at NCAA wrestling championships

Ohio State clinched its first NCAA wrestling crown Saturday afternoon, and it did so while wearing late former teammate Kosta Karageorge’s initials on its singlet. [ MORE: View team standings entering Saturday night’s finals ] Karageorge, who was found dead on Nov. 30, 2014, the day after the Michigan-Ohio State game, wrestled for Ohio State for three seasons before joining the football team this past season. The Buckeyes also wore Karageorge’s “KK” initials on their left shoulder straps at the Big Ten Wrestling Championships earlier this month. What a great gesture and tribute. Not to be forgotten, the Ohio State

Who were Big Ten's biggest stars in NCAA tourney's opening games?

The Big Ten went 5-2 in its NCAA tournament opening games Thursday and Friday. The two losses were close ones, too, as Purdue lost by one in overtime to Cincinnati and Indiana fell by five to Wichita State. [ MORE: Get all of our NCAA tournament coverage ] All in all, it was a strong opening effort by the Big Ten. Now, it’s time to see what the conference can do Round of 32 games. Before those games tip off, though, I wanted to highlight the Big Ten’s top individual performers from the opening round. D’Angelo Russell, Ohio State. The

Indiana, Jessica Parrotto pace Big Ten at NCAA championships

Indiana and Jessica Parratto paced the Big Ten at the 2015 NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships on Thursday-Saturday in Greensboro, North Carolina. The Hoosiers finished in 10th place, with 126 points, behind Parratto’s championship in platform diving. Following Indiana, was Minnesota (12th), Wisconsin (13th), Penn State (20th), Michigan (22nd), Purdue (30th), Iowa (38th) and Ohio State (40th). The Gophers’ Kierra Smith earned the Big Ten’s other individual championship, taking first-place in the 200-yard breaststroke. Indiana’s Brooklynn Snodgrass earned an eighth-place finish in the 200-yard backstroke with a time of 1:52.523, while teammate Gia Dalesandro came in sixth in the

Tonight on BTN: No. 1 Minnesota vs. No. 3 Michigan in Big Ten tourney final

The 2015 Big Ten Hockey Tournament championship game is set, and it will be No. 1 Minnesota vs. No. 3 Michigan. Watch the game at 8 p.m. ET on BTN (watch on BTN2Go). The Gophers, the Big Ten regular-season champ, earned a first-round bye and shut out Ohio State, 3-0, on Friday to advance to the title game; the Wolverines knocked off Wisconsin, 5-1, in the quarterfinals and Michigan State, 4-1, in the semifinals. The two teams split the season series, 2-2, with Michigan taking both games in the 24th annual Mariucci Classic in January and Minnesota sweeping a February

BTN LiveBIG: Nebraska students bring sustainable energy systems to developing countries

During football and basketball games, BTN LiveBIG will spotlight notable examples of research, innovation and community service from around the conference. In-Game stories will provide more background on these features, and the opportunity to view the videos again. More than a billion people around the world today don’t have access to electricity. And that, in turn, creates major challenges in fields ranging from agriculture to education. To help solve this issue (and many more), students at the University of Nebraska teamed up to establish the World Energy Project (WEP), a non-profit organization that builds and implements sustainable solar-power systems in