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BTN LiveBIG: Hoosiers help youth in Ghana secure a better tomorrow with education today

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. Scoring that decisive goal, assisting in a play-making volley, or driving the ball down the court can teach valuable life lessons in leadership, teamwork and perseverance. But what if the universal language of sports can be tapped to teach other valuable lessons, ones that might not usually be found on the field of play? Researchers at Indiana University’s School of Public Health

Catch up on Saturday's 13 Big Ten men's basketball games

There were 13 Big Ten men’s basketball teams in action Saturday. Catch up on all of the action on our Big Ten scoreboard. No. 3 Michigan State and No. 11 Purdue highlighted the busy slate of action with victories over Binghamton and New Mexico, respectively. In all, the Big Ten went 12-1, with the lone loss coming in Minnesota’s double-overtime defeat to South Dakota. Here are several of the top plays from Saturday. *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***    

Images of the Year video: 2015 Big Ten football in review

Soon the Big Ten West champ Iowa and Big Ten East champ Michigan State will meet in the 2015 Big Ten Football Championship Game at 8:17 p.m. ET Saturday on Fox. But before we get to that game, watch our annual season-in-review video. Our Saturday pregame show starts at 6:30 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go before switching to FOX at 7:30 p.m. for the remainder of the pregame and the game broadcast. BTN/BTN2Go will also have a postgame show following the FOX broadcast. More coverage: Championship game scoreboard | Video highlights on Twitter | Instagram photos from BTN and The Journey | BTN Vine

Top highlights from Wednesday's Big Ten/ACC Challenge games

Big Ten fans were treated to a loaded slate of games in the third and final night of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. Michigan State kicked off the action with an impressive 71-67 win over Louisville, while Wisconsin notched a big victory as well, defeating Syracuse 66-58 in overtime. Iowa finished the evening with a thrilling 78-75 overtime win against Florida State, securing an 8-6 victory for the Big Ten in this year’s challenge. In other Big Ten action: Penn State topped Boston College, 67-58, Illinois fell to Notre Dame, 84-79, and Indiana lost to Duke, 94-74. Here is a look

Saquon Barkley highlights 2015 BTN.com All-Freshman Team

It was a good year for freshman running backs in the Big Ten. The best of the bunch, Penn State's Saquon Barkley, highlights our annual All-Big Ten Freshman Team. See the full team inside.

Big Ten champ Minnesota highlights 2015 All-Big Ten Volleyball Team

The Big Ten announced its postseason volleyball awards on Tuesday, with standouts from Minnesota, Nebraska and Wisconsin earning individual recognition following the conclusion of the 2015 regular season. Nine Big Ten teams will be competing in the NCAA tourney, starting Thursday. Read more about the tourney here. See the complete complete list of All-Big Ten honorees, individual award winners and Sportsmanship Award honorees below: PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Daly Santana, MINN DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Justine Wong-Orantes, NEB SETTER OF THE YEAR: Lauren Carlini, WIS FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Samantha Seliger-Swenson, MINN COACH OF THE YEAR (COACHES AND MEDIA):

#BTNStandout: Watch Troy Williams soar for alley-oop

Indiana was in action Monday night, meaning Troy Williams was flying through the air with regularity. [ MORE: View Monday night’s Big Ten basketball scoreboard ] The athletic forward soared for dunks, rebounds and blocks in a 112-70 win vs. overmatched Alcorn State at Assembly Hall. The biggest highlight, it being Williams and all, was his first dunk of the night. It came on a perfect pass from point guard Yogi Ferrell, and the alley-oop brought the Indiana faithful to its feet. Williams provided the highlights, but it was James Blackmon Jr.’s career-high 33 points that fueled the Hoosiers to