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Big Ten hoops roundup: Get scores, recaps & video from Saturday's action

It was a busy day of Big Ten men’s basketball, as 12 teams were in action. No. 19 Michigan State and No. 14 Ohio State rolled to victories to highlight the action. Catch up on all 12 games on our Big Ten scoreboard. In other action, Indiana walloped Savannah State, while No. 17 Michigan and Purdue suffered stunning losses to New Jersey Institute of Technology and North Florida, respectively. See all of the other results below. *** NJIT 72,  Michigan 70: BOX | PBP | AP RECAP Damon Lynn made a critical 3-pointer with less than three minutes to go and

Could bowl-eligible Big Ten team miss the postseason? Read the Big Ten links

Even though it’s bowl eligible with six wins, could Penn State—or any other 6-6 and 7-5 Big Ten team–be left out of the postseason? Greg Pickel of Pennlive.com says the outcome of Saturday’s Big Ten championship game between Wisconsin and Ohio State will be a major factor in determining whether a team stays home or not. If Wisconsin beats Ohio State, it’s a near certainty that everyone is going bowling because the Big Ten would likely have three programs — Ohio State, Michigan State, and Wisconsin — in a New Year’s bowl. If the Buckeyes win, however, the league could

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BTN Hockey Report: Get ready for a weekend full of conference action

This weekend presents a Big Ten frenzy, as all six teams go head to head in conference play. Before we look ahead to the weekend, let’s talk about how the Big Ten fared last weekend in non-conference action. The Big Ten went 7-3 overall against non-conference opponents, which means this weekend’s Big Ten play could have some interesting results. Here are last weekend’s compiled results. FRIDAY Western Michigan def. Ohio State, 6-2 No. 3 Minnesota def. No. 12 Boston College, 6-2 Princeton def. Michigan State, 3-1 Michigan def. Renseelaer, 3-2 Wisconsin ties Ferris State, 1-1 SATURDAY Ohio State def. Notre

Ohio State moves up to No. 5 in latest College Football Playoff Poll

The sixth College Football Playoff Poll was released Tuesday night. Ohio State moved up to No. 5 to pace the Big Ten for the fourth straight week. The Buckeyes, fresh off a rivalry win over Michigan, were No. 6 last week. Michigan State moved up two spots, to No. 8, after rolling at Penn State, while Wisconsin jumped just one spot, to No. 13, following its win over then-No. 18 Minnesota. Minnesota dropped out of the poll as a result of its loss at Wisconsin. As has been the case every week in this poll, the Big Ten is shut