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6:30 PMHoosier HysteriaWatch
7:00 PMNebraska at Rutgers Watch
7:00 PMPenn St. at MichiganWatch

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Michigan State's Draymond Green

Dienhart: Intrastate battle headlines slate

The Big Ten features 11 men’s basketball games this week, including an interesting non-league contest that has Michigan playing at Arkansas. Will this week’s slate of games feature as many upsets, further jumbling the conference race? Here’s how I rank the games this week. 1. Michigan State at Michigan, Tuesday. How will the Spartans respond to the end of their 15-game winning streak? Like Michigan State, the Wolverines are coming off a road loss. This could be the road win that stamps the Spartans as the top Big Ten team. Or maybe not. 2. Wisconsin at Illinois, Sunday. Both teams

Illinois' D.J. Richardson

Big Ten Hoops Power Rankings

It’s time to release my latest Big Ten men’s hoops power rankings. The rankings are not meant to mimic the Big Ten standings. What fun would that be? They aren’t scientific, either. They’re simply my thoughts on where each Big Ten team stands right now and who would win on a neutral court. Agree? Disagree? Tweet @BTNBrentYarina or leave your comments below. See Brent’s rankings in this post. The latest national polls are out, as well. Where does your team land? And check out all of the Big Ten statistical leaders. 1. Michigan State (15-3, 4-1) – This stat from

Northwestern's John Shurna

Dienhart: Let's look at the week ahead

Up is down. In is out. Black is white. Welcome to Big Ten basketball 2012, a season filled with twists and turns that have jumbled the race (standings). And the conference season isn’t even half over. This past week was filled with tumult that scrambled the league standings and made one thing perfectly clear: This is going to be a wild race for the Big Ten championship. Last week’s craziness began with Illinois shocking Ohio State behind Brandon Paul’s 43 points. Thursday saw Minnesota—winless in the Big Ten—dump Indiana. Then on Saturday, Michigan State had its 15-game winning streak end

University of Michigan women's basketball player Courtney Boylan

Big Ten Women's Highlights

Michigan remains undefeated in Big Ten play after a 61-57 win over Minnesota while Purdue hangs on at home against Iowa for a 57-55 win. Penn State upset Nebraska 93-73. Find full results on the women’s scoreboard.

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Iowa provides some eye-popping plays

Leading Michigan 31-23, the Hawkeyes held the ball or the final shot of the first half on Saturday before Roy Devyn Marble popped in a fade away jumper as the clock expired. And earlier in the first half, Iowa’s Matt Gatens took a pass, made a nifty shot fake, then drove the lane for a slow-rolling shot and drew the foul. Watch it below. And in the second half, Iowa’s Bryce Cartwright makes the play and Melsahn Basabe finishes it with a slam dunk. Find more “Did You See This?’ videos, see other Iowa’s Best videos, and subscribe to our

Northwestern's John Shurna

Upset City: Northwestern, Iowa pull off stunners

Northwestern knocked off No. 7 Michigan State 81-74 (box score) just after Iowa dropped No. 13 Michigan 75-59 (box score) to complete a Saturday of upsets in the Big Ten. Get up to speed on the latest numbers from around the conference with Big Ten stat leaders, Big Ten standings, team-by-team schedules, and our full scoreboard. And jump into this post for the recaps, complete game highlights from Iowa City and Evanston, and more links, too. Also, check out our usual “Did You See This?” eye-popping plays, just like these from Northwestern and Michigan State. We post those incredible moments

Penn State - Northwestern Wrestling 2012

Friday Night Wrestling Roundup

Several Big Ten wrestling teams took to the mat on Friday night including Penn State. The third-ranked Nittany Lions continued a lengthy January road trip with a 38-3 win at No. 17 Northwestern. Watch the highlights now and dive inside this post for wrap-ups of the action between Iowa and Nebraska from Lincoln and West Virgina at Michigan State. Read the full Penn State recap at Thef Iowa wrestling team won seven-of-10 bouts to top seventh-ranked Nebraska, 24-9.  Read the full Iowa recap at Michigan State squared off against non-conference foe West Virginia and fell to the Mountaineers

Wisconsin Badgers forward Mike Bruesewitz

Dienhart: Who's Up & Down This Week

That was quite a week in Big Ten men’s basketball. When I wrote Monday about Wisconsin’s struggles, I didn’t imagine they’d shake it off at Purdue later in the week. Then I spoke with Jerry Palm and he told me the Big Ten had eight tourney teams as of right now – we’ll check back with him next week to see if that’s changed. The week got better when I attended the Illinois game and witnessed Brandon Paul’s amazing 43-point night. That will surely shake up my weekly Big Ten Player Rankings. Now it’s time for me to end the

Michigan State's Tom Izzo

Say What? Watch These Big Ten Sound Bites

Our TV team took a look at the latest press conferences held by your Big Ten men’s coaches and then compiled this fun montage of sound bites. Can you feel the intensity coming through in every comment? Watch it now and tell us below which part you liked best. And remember: Each week we post the Big Ten men’s basketball coaches teleconferences for your convenience. Listen to your coaches talk with reporters from around the Big Ten.

OK St-Iowa Wrestling 2012

BTN Wrestling Report: Big Ten Action Rolls On

Big Ten wrestling is in full swing, and with that being the case, it’s time for a fresh “BTN Wrestling Report,” our webisode dedicated to all that action on the mat. Kara Lentz highlights Iowa’s Tony Ramos’ Co-Wrestler of the Week honor for his take down of Oklahoma State’s top-ranked Jordan Oliver. The full slate of weekend matches is previewed, including No. 1 Penn State’s visit to Northwestern. Catch all of it on BTN, BTN2Go and Bookmark our Olympic Sports TV Schedule, so you don’t miss any of the upcoming action in a variety of sports.