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2:00 PMIndiana at Penn St.Watch
3:00 PMNorth Carolina at NebraskaWatch
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1:00 PMSIUE at C. MichiganWatch
3:00 PMSIUE at PurdueWatch
5:00 PMC. Michigan at PurdueWatch
6:30 PMTennessee-Martin at PurdueWatch
9:00 PMQuinnipiac at Michigan St.Watch
Tuesday Dec 19
7:00 PMBinghamton at Penn St.Watch

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The Big Ten Conference announced the preliminary seeds for the 2016 Big Ten Wrestling Championships, which are set for March 5-6 at Iowa. Five schools boast at least one top-seeded wrestler, with Penn State leading the way with four. Nebraska and Penn State will bring a seeded wrestler in each of the 10 weight classes, while Iowa, Ohio State and Rutgers each boast a seeded grappler in nine classes. The pre-seeds, as voted on by the conference’s coaches, rank the top eight wrestlers in eight weight classes, along with all 14 starters in two weight classes due to the Big

#LeapDay: Let's celebrate with some Big Ten leaping highlights

Happy Leap Day, Big Ten fans! [ MORE: Best of week ahead | Best of week that was | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Big Ten scoreboard | Polls ] As is the case every four years, February has 29 days this year. Don’t worry, March and, hopefully, some consistent spring weather are just around the corner. To celebrate #LeapDay, we wanted to share one 2015-16 men’s basketball highlight that features some kind of leap, whether it be on a dunk, block, whatever, for every Big Ten school. Here you go! ILLINOIS *** INDIANA *** IOWA ***

Big Ten Whiteboard: Can Indiana make it an outright Big Ten crown?

It’s finally here, the last week of the regular season. And Indiana already has wrapped a share of its 22nd Big Ten title and second in the last four years. Can the Hoosiers win the outright title? Michigan State, Maryland, Iowa and Wisconsin all hold out hope to take a share of the title. [ MORE: Power Rankings | Bracketology | Best of week ahead | Best of week that was | Early look at B1G bracket | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Big Ten scores | Polls ] Game of the week: Indiana at Iowa, Tuesday. The Hoosiers

Here's what B1G tourney bracket looks like entering final week

One more week. That’s all that remains in the Big Ten men’s basketball season. [ MORE: Best of week ahead | Best of week that was | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Big Ten scoreboard | Polls ] Indiana clinched at least a share of the Big Ten title, courtesy of Ohio State’s upset vs. No. 8 Iowa on Sunday night, its 22nd crown, which ties Purdue for the most in conference history. The Hoosiers enter the final week of the season as the No. 1 seed in the Big Ten tourney. Interestingly enough, Indiana has yet

Tom’s Take: Honors, stock watch, top performers, notes & quotes

There is a week to go in the season, and Indiana already has clinched a share of the Big Ten title, by virtue of Ohio State upsetting No. 8 Iowa on Sunday night. Can the Hoosiers win the title outright? Or can someone grab a share of it? [ MORE: Best of week ahead | Best of week that was | Early look at B1G bracket | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Big Ten scoreboard | Polls ] Here is a look at the Big Ten week that was. BEST OF B1G WEEK Best win: Ohio State

Watch Sunday's top Big Ten men's basketball highlights

The penultimate Sunday of the Big Ten men’s basketball season featured a quartet of games. Catch up on all of Sunday’s action on our Big Ten scoreboard. Ohio State upset No. 8 Iowa, 68-64, to keep its NCAA tourney hopes alive and highlight the day’s games. In other action, No. 6 Michigan State rolled Penn State, 88-57, behind another all-around effort from star Denzel Valentine (19 points, eight rebounds, six assists), Wisconsin took down Michigan, 68-57, to register its 10th win in its last 11 games, and Illinois rallied to knock off shorthanded Minnesota, 84-71. ** MICHIGAN STATE 88, PENN

View the 2016 Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournament bracket

The Big Ten announced the 2016 Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament bracket Sunday night. [ MORE: View the full Big Ten tourney bracket (PDF) ] Maryland (27-3, 16-2), fresh off a 110-77 season-ending victory vs. Minnesota, secured its second consecutive outright Big Ten title and will be the No. 1 seed in the tournament March 2-6 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The Terrapins open their tourney title defense at noon ET Friday. The tournament tips off at 1:30 p.m. ET Wednesday with No. 13 Wisconsin vs. No. 12 Northwestern, followed by No. 14 Illinois vs. No. 11 Penn State at approximately

Watch Fran McCaffery's 82-second press conference Sunday

Fran McCaffery and No. 8 Iowa suffered another heartbreaking loss Sunday night at Ohio State. The 68-64 defeat, Iowa’s fourth in its last five games, put a big dagger in the Hawkeyes’ Big Ten title hopes; in fact, Indiana clinched a share of the Big Ten title, its Big Ten record-tying 22nd, with the result. If Iowa doesn’t beat Indiana on Tuesday night, the Hoosiers will claim the outright crown. McCaffery was obviously frustrated following the latest loss, one that featured what he and the Iowa bench thought was an Ohio State foul on Jarrod Uthoff that went uncalled in

Video: Iowa PG Mike Gesell drives for highlight-reel dunk

Mike Gesell is no stranger to making the highlight play. Usually, the Iowa senior’s highlight is a nifty pass that leads to a basket or dunk. On rare occasions, though, Gesell flashes his underrated athleticism on unexpected jams of his own. The latest example came Sunday afternoon’s loss at Ohio State, when Gesell used a crossover to get past his defender and fly in for the powerful right-handed flush. Watch the highlight in the video above.

BTN LiveBIG: Hawkeye student blazes a trail in the Iowa National Guard

Iowa sophomore Megan Reaska is in the process of becoming the first female combat engineer in the state’s National Guard. And while she’s proud of this, Reaska admitted she’s something of an accidental trailblazer. “I didn’t know that when I first decided to be a combat engineer,” she said. “That’s a pretty cool feeling.” Born and raised in Streeter, Ill., Reaska spent the past few years moving between Iowa and Texas due to her father’s work. Now settled in Iowa for school, she’s looking to the future. “I’ve been thinking about [military service] for a while now,” she said. “My