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10:55 AMB1G Championship - Session IWatch
11:00 AMMcKendree at IndianaWatch
11:00 AMB1G Championship - PrelimsWatch
2:00 PMArkansas at Michigan St.Watch
2:00 PMSyracuse at Penn St.Watch
3:00 PMNorth Carolina at MarylandWatch
5:00 PMMinnesota St. at WisconsinWatch
5:07 PMBemidji St. at MinnesotaWatch

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Big Ten hoops recap: Get scores, stats & video from Saturday's action

It was a rough day for Big Ten men's basketball teams. The conference went 4-6 on Saturday, as Illinois edged Missouri, 62-59, at the buzzer to earn Braggin' Rights, while Indiana took down No. 23 Butler in the Crossroads Classic to highlight the day's busy slate. Catch up on all the action inside!

Greatest bowl performances from all 14 Big Ten schools

With college football's bowl season just around the corner, BTN.com web editor Sean Merriman got in touch with media members from every Big Ten school and asked them for their picks of the top Big Ten bowl performers of all time.

BTN Hockey Report: Looking ahead to Great Lakes Invitational

College hockey dies down this weekend for the holidays, so let’s jump ahead to the 50th annual Great Lakes Invitational, taking place at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit on Dec. 28-29. Michigan vs. No. 5 Michigan Tech When: Sunday 3:30p.m. ET, December 28th How to watch: Sunday’s game airs live on BTN2Go or Fox Sports Detroit Players to watch: Freshman forward Dylan Larkin scored the lone goal in Michigan’s 5-1 loss to Boston College last Friday. He has 15 points on the season. Netminder Zach Nagelvoort had 24 saves on the night against BC. He boasts a .904 save percentage on

BTN LiveBIG: MSU research team’s ‘accidental’ discovery could have big implications

Throughout history, many scientific accomplishments have happened while the people running the experiments were looking for something else. Such was the case recently for Michigan State biochemistry and molecular biology professor Christoph Benning. He calls it a “sideshow” discovery — that is, when you find something in your research you weren’t necessarily aiming for, but it’s still a pretty big deal. His team was looking for ways to create more biofuel from algae. Instead, they may have taken a big step in the quest to cure cancer by finding a “cellular snooze button” that can control the growth of tumors.