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Big Ten Dunk Bracket: Vote Round 1 winners

With the 2013 Big Ten tourney bracket set, it’s time to unveil BTN.com’s 2012-13 Dunk of the Year bracket. The bracket includes one dunk from every Big Ten team, which fans decided via polls, and it’s seeded in accordance with this year’s Big Ten tourney. Once again, fans will vote on each matchup until a dunk is crowned Sunday. Hop on in and vote for all of the Round 1 winners. [ RELATED: View our 2013 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament page ] No. 8 ILLINOIS vs. No. 9 MINNESOTA Brandon Paul posterizes, fittingly, Trevor Mbakwe: Rodney Williams left-handed alley-oop:

Indiana earns No. 1 seed in Big Ten tourney

The Big Ten announced Sunday night the bracket for the 2013 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament, which will be held March 14-17 at the United Center in Chicago. Indiana, thanks to Sunday’s late comeback victory at Michigan, earned the No. 1 seed after claiming its first outright Big Ten title since 1993. See all of the seeds and Day 1 matchups in this post. [ RELATED: View the official 2013 Big Ten tourney bracket (PDF) ] Thursday, March 14 Game 1: No. 8 Illinois vs. No. 9 Minnesota, noon, BTN/BTN2Go Game 2: No. 5 Michigan vs. No. 12 Penn State,

B1G tourney seed update: MSU, Michigan eye No. 3 seed

Before the Big Ten’s final two regular-season games tip, let’s take a look at how the results will impact Big Ten tournament seeds. Here’s what we know before Indiana-Michigan and Northwestern-Michigan State close out the Big Ten’s regular season: Indiana is the No. 1 seed, Northwestern is No. 11, and only seeds 3-5 are up for grabs. [ RELATED: View our 2013 Big Ten tournament homepage ] Also on the line – and far more important – Michigan and Michigan State are playing for a share of the Big Ten crown. If  Michigan knocks off Indiana and Michigan State beats

Iowa downs Nebraska, 74-60, for 20th win

Aaron White led a balanced effort with 19 points and Iowa beat Nebraska 74-60 in its regular-season finale on Saturday, finishing at .500 in the Big Ten for the first time in six years. Freshman Adam Woodbury added 12 points and Melsahn Basabe registered an 11-point, 13-rebound double-double for the Hawkeyes (20-11, 9-9), who clinched the No. 6 seed in next week’s Big Ten tournament. Iowa, which broke the game open with a 20-2 run midway through the second half, will open conference tourney play against Northwestern on Thursday. Iowa’s Devyn Marble scored his 1,000th point on Saturday, joining his

Big Ten Geeks: Michigan State outruns Wisconsin

In what amounted to an elimination game for a potentially shared Big Ten title, Michigan State steamrolled Wisconsin by 15 points. This game was certainly no work of art, as both teams struggled mightily to score in the half court set. The defense had the upper hand at both ends of the court, but the difference came in the form of Wisconsin live-ball turnovers. When the Spartans got steals, they were able to score in transition. Otherwise, the Badgers played their typical shut down defense–Michigan State scored only 0.77 points per trip in possessions that did not follow a steal.

Vote: 2012-13 Nebraska Dunk of the Year

The Big Ten tournament bracket comes out Sunday night. Here at BTN.com, we’re trying something new around the release of the bracket that we hope Big Ten fans enjoy. It’s a bracket with 12 slots that features each team’s best dunk from the 2012-13 season. Watch Nebraska’s dunk of the year candidates in this post and vote for the slam that will represent the Huskers in our new tournament. [ RELATED: Vote for other teams’ Dunk of the Year ] Here’s how it works: BTN.com provides the finalists choices for all 12 teams. Big Ten fans will select the top

Video: Husker fans rush court after Devaney finale

That’s how you close out an arena. While it wasn’t the prettiest game one’s seen, Nebraska edged Minnesota 53-51 on Wednesday night in the final game at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. Think the fans enjoyed the final 40 minutes at the arena? You bet. Following the final buzzer, they poured onto the court to celebrate. Watch the Big Ten’s latest court rush now. [ VIDEO: Watch Nebraska honor its three seniors prior to tip ] People gave Nebraska a tough time for rushing the court after beating a team the caliber of Minnesota, an unranked foe that, by the

Nebraska holds off Minnesota, 53-51, in Devaney swan song

Brandon Ubel scored Nebraska’s last 10 points and finished with 15, and the Cornhuskers defeated Minnesota 53-51 Wednesday night in the final college basketball game at Bob Devaney Sports Center. The Cornhuskers (14-16, 5-12 Big Ten) never trailed, and Nebraska students stormed the court to celebrate the victory over the team that upset then-No. 1 Indiana just last week. Dylan Talley added 12 points for the Huskers. [ BOX | AP RECAP | SCORES | ALL PHOTOS | CONNECT | RAPID RECAPS | B1G DUNKS ] Nebraska fans storm the court following Devaney finale: Brandon Ubel drives for And-1: Trevor

Video: Nebraska honors Almeida, Talley & Ubel

It was a special night at the Devaney Center on Wednesday. Not only did Nebraska play the final college basketball game in the arena, it hosted its annual Senior Night. Seniors Andre Almeida, Dylan Talley and Brandon Ubel were honored before the game vs. Minnesota. Watch all three seniors get introduced and receive their framed jersey here. [ RELATED: Watch all of this year’s Big Ten Senior Nights ] And Nebraska aired this special Devaney Center video during halftime:

Nebraska closes down Devaney tonight on BTN

Nebraska will close down the Devaney Center – basketball-wise, at least – against Minnesota at 9 p.m. ET Wednesday on BTN/BTN2Go. And to celebrate the occasion, the Huskers will wear the uniform the program wore when the area opened in 1976-77. There are plenty of other festivities planned for Wednesday, too, including Senior Night. Here’s a look at the uniform: Nebraska, of course, moves to the state-of-the-art Pinnacle Bank Arena next season. The Devaney Center will remain open, as the school’s volleyball team will call it home. DEVANEY CENTER 101 Opened: Nov. 27, 1976 Cost: $13 million Capacity: 13,595 Head