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Nov. 17 Big Ten Hoops Roundup

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Fairfield at Minnesota - Men's Basketball Highlights

Six Big Ten men’s basketball teams played Thursday and the conference went 6-0. Purdue battled to a win over Iona while Northwestern defeated LSU and Minnesota handled Fairfield. Later on, Iowa beat Northern Illinois, Michigan held off Western Illinois and Illinois ran away from Lipscomb. You can also catch all available men’s video highlights in here, too.

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Nebraska Beats Minnesota in Volleyball

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Minnesota at Nebraska - Women's Volleyball Wrap Up

The No. 4 Nebraska volleyball team used a balanced and gritty effort Wednesday night to overcome the No. 19 Minnesota Gophers 3-1 (17-25, 25-18, 25-15, 25-16) in front of 4,166 fans at the NU Coliseum. The Huskers saw three players tally double-digit kills on the night. Keving Kugler and Megan Bower recap Nebraska’s four-set win over Minnesota. Read the recap at Huskers.com and the recap at GopherSports.com.

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Tailgate 48: Fun at Minnesota's football weekend

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Tailgate 48: MInnesota Troop Salute

Tonight at 11p.m. ET our tailgate 48 crew shows you how they spent last week at Minnesota. Co-hosts  Julie Alexandria and Jason Fisher interview Minnesota Baseball Coach John Anderson, the Big Ten’s all-time leader in wins, and get a backstage tour of Minnesota’s TCF Bank Stadium. Plus, while Alexandria visit with student Fisher tests his hockey skills against members of the Minnesota women’s hockey team and . then tests his skills on the ice. Watch the show on BTN.

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Surprise, surprise - the Buckeyes are for real

Last night, Ohio State handled a very good Florida team–a squad that at least one astute observer has picked to win the National Championship–with relative ease. After a slow start, the Buckeyes led by as many as 16 points before finally winning by seven. Thad Matta’s team displayed the same strengths as a season ago–namely a high effective field goal percentage and a low turnover rate–but they also showed a new wrinkle: getting to the foul line. It’s extremely early, but Ohio State now has a free throw rate of 72 FTA per 100 FGA. For some perspective, the Buckeyes only eclipsed that number twice all of last season–and both times were against the hacktastic Hoosiers. Perhaps this increase in trips to the foul line shouldn’t be surprising given the players that are being replaced:

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