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Stanford grad Carly Fiorina tweets she is rooting for Iowa

There was an interesting political/sports tweet Friday that received plenty of attention leading up to the 2016 Rose Bowl Game. [ MORE: Check out the complete 2015-16 bowl schedule ] Carly Fiorina, a 1976 Stanford graduate and candidate for the Republican nomination for president, tweeted that she was rooting for Iowa in the Granddaddy of them All. Odd, right? Not when one looks at the calendar and realizes the Iowa caucus, the first official voting in the presidential primary electoral process, will be held Monday, Feb. 1. Surely, there’s no correlation.  

#BingeOnBTN: Jon Crispin previews Saturday's BTN games

Big Ten fans will get their football fix New Year’s Day, and they’ll get their basketball fix Saturday. BTN/BTN2Go will air five of the day’s six games, as part of a 10-hour marathon, starting with Penn State at Michigan (noon ET) and ending with Maryland at Northwestern (8 ET). View the full scoreboard. We asked BTN analyst Jon Crispin to tell us why each team in the five-game marathon can win, and you can read his thoughts below. PENN STATE at MICHIGAN (NOON ET) Penn State will win if … it can limit Michigan to 60 points or fewer by

Iowa wrestling takes home Midlands Championship

Iowa won their third consecutive Ken Kraft Midlands Championships with 152 team points. Nebraska and Rutgers rounded out the top three. Read more at NUSports.com.  

BTN's Shelley Till looks at top Big Ten women's teams so far

BTN's Shelley Till rolls out her first weekly Big Ten Women's Basketball Report for BTN.com with a look at the top teams as the Big Ten moves into conference season. Read her latest thoughts and follow her on Twitter (@ShelleyTill) .

Video: Watch this crazy shot in Tuesday's Iowa-Michigan State game

Michigan State junior guard Alvin Ellis made a “no way you could do that again” shot in Tuesday night’s game against Iowa. The only problem… the ball went into the Hawkeyes’ basket. Leading 39-28 early on in the second half, Iowa guard Mike Gesell was inbounding the ball under the Hawkeyes’ basket. He threw a pass, which went off the right hand of Ellis and ended up in the Hawkeyes’ basket. Take a look at the play at the top of this post. If you look at Ellis’ face, you can tell how shocked he was by the result. As

Top highlights from Tuesday's Big Ten basketball openers

Big Ten men’s basketball conference play got underway Tuesday night with back-to-back games on BTN. [ MORE: Follow @BTNJonCrispin | Player Rankings | Big Ten award winners | Win a trip to the B1G tourney | Standings | Stats | Scoreboard | Polls ] Purdue topped Wisconsin in the first game of the night, 61-55, while Iowa took down No. 1 Michigan State in the second game, 83-70. For video highlights, be sure to follow these Twitter accounts: @PurdueOnBTN, @WisconsinOnBTN, @MichiganStOnBTN, and @IowaOnBTN. Also, catch up on the top highlights from Tuesday’s Big Ten men’s basketball action here. Don’t forget: On

It's back! Enter Buffalo Wild Wings Trip to the Tournament Sweepstakes

Enter the Buffalo Wild Wings Big Ten Trip to the Tournament Sweepstakes daily for a chance at weekly prizes as well as a grand prize of trip for two to the 2016 Big Ten Tournament. Each week one winner will win a $100 Big Ten Network Store gift card. The grand prize is a trip for two to the 2016 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament held from March 9 to March 13 in Indianapolis. Enter every day. Full rules are here. And you can enter the sweepstakes here.  

BTN's Shane Sparks previews Midlands; tourney live on BTN2Go

The Holidays are a great time to spend with family and friends reflecting on the past year, with hope and excitement for the upcoming year and of course…..WRESTLING!! This upcoming week is one of the best weeks on the college wrestling mats. It begins with the 53rd annual Ken Kraft Midlands Championships at Welsh-Ryan Arena in Evanston. [ MORE: View the complete Midlands brackets (PDF) ] The two-day event begins Tuesday with the championship matches Wednesday night. More than 400 wrestlers are expected to compete, making it the largest field in the tournament’s history. Iowa has set the team scoring