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1:00 PMN. Iowa at WisconsinWatch
1:00 PMN. Carolina Central at PurdueWatch
2:00 PMCanisius at Ohio St.Watch
2:00 PMBinghamton at Penn St.Watch
2:00 PMMinnesota at MichiganWatch
2:00 PMValparaiso at IndianaWatch
3:00 PMWright St. at IllinoisWatch
5:00 PMN. Illinois at MinnesotaWatch

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Nebraska's Connie Yori returned home Sunday evening

Nebraska women’s basketball coach Connie Yori returned home early Sunday evening after a brief stop at a Lincoln hospital for precautionary tests Sunday afternoon. Yori fainted on the sideline near the 12-minute mark in the second half of the Huskers’ win over Indiana at Pinnacle Bank Arena earlier in the day. NU went on to win the game, 76-61, with Associate Head Coach Sunny Smallwood leading the defense and Assistant Coach Dayna Finch guiding the offense. Yori, who walked off the court under her own power, was suffering from an infection and dehydration. She rested comfortably at home last night.

Connie Yori collapses, leaves under own power

There was a scary moment in Nebraska’s 76-61 victory over Indiana on Sunday at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Just after the Huskers tied the score at 50 with 12:12 left in the second half, Nebraska coach Connie Yori collapsed on the sideline. The medical team attended to Yori during the break and brought a stretcher out onto the floor. Luckily, Yori didn’t need the stretcher, as she walked off under her own power next to her husband. She did not return. Here are some updates on Yori: @HuskersWBB Connie Yori under evaluation at local hospital. Had complained of dizziness during the

BTN LiveBIG: Monday Download

Before the Super Bowl this weekend, be sure to read about the great work Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is doing in his community. Not a Seahawks fan? LiveBIG also profiled Judi’s House, founded by then-Denver Broncos quarterback Brian Griese, to help kids cope with loss. Literacy programs at the University of Minnesota recently received recognition from First Lady Michelle Obama. The University of Michigan received two grants, totaling $4.35 million, from the William Davidson Foundation to support university programs impacting economic activity in southeast Michigan. Read more about these initiatives here. The men’s lacrosse program at The Ohio State

B1G women's hoops recap: Purdue nips Nebraska

There were four Big Ten women’s basketball games on the docket today. Indiana kicked off the action with an 83-78 victory over Minnesota, while Iowa followed with an 81-74 win over Ohio State. Currently playing: No. 16 Penn State vs. Michigan State; No. 18 Nebraska vs. No. 22 Purdue. Catch up on all the scores, stats, recaps and select video highlights in this post. IOWA 81, OHIO STATE 74 | RECAP Freshman Ally Disterhoft turned her first collegiate start into her first double-double Sunday as the University of Iowa snapped an 11-game losing streak at Ohio State, 81-74, in Value

Women's B1G Hoops: Huskers win overtime thriller

There were three Big Ten women’s basketball games on Thursday night. Penn State kicked off the action with an impressive 66-42 win over Ohio State. Michigan State followed with a 88-72 thumping of Iowa, and Nebraska edged out Minnesota, 88-85 in overtime Catch up on all the scores, stats and video highlights in this post. PENN STATE 66, OHIO STATE  42 | RECAP | BOX (AP) Maggie Lucas scored 18 points to lead Penn State in a 66-42 Big-Ten victory over Ohio State on Thursday night. Lucas finished with five rebounds and five assists. Ariel Edwards was the only other

Sunday women's hoops roundup: Huskers cruise

There were five Big Ten women’s basketball games Sunday. Nebraska kicked off the action with an impressive 87-64 win over Southern University. Minnesota topped Navy, Iowa got the best of UNI, and Ohio State fell to Bowling Green. Catch up on all the day’s scores and stats in this post. MINNESOTA 62, NAVY 55 | RECAP | BOX Three Gophers scored in double figures as the University of Minnesota (4-1) women’s basketball team Navy (4-2) defeated visiting Navy, 62-55, Sunday afternoon at Williams Arena on Military Appreciation Day. Rachel Banham was the Gophers’ top scorer with 18 points and seven

Watch all the Big Ten women's coaches speak

Here are all 12 press conferences held by the Big Ten women’s basketball coaches at Big Ten Basketball Media Day. Illinois’ Matt Bollant Iowa’s Lisa Bluder Indiana’s Curt Miller Michigan State’s Suzy Merchant Michigan’s Kim Barnes Arico Minnesota’s Pam Borton Northwestern’s Joe McKeown Nebraska’s Connie Yori Ohio State’s Kevin McGuff Penn State’s Coquese Washington Purdue’s Sharon Versyp Wisconsin’s Bobbie Kelsey

BTN releases 2013-14 women's hoops slate, talent roster

CHICAGO – BTN will air an exciting lineup of women’s basketball matchups for the 2013-14 season, including 43 conference, six non-conference and 10 Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament games. With six Big Ten teams selected to the 2013 NCAA Championship, the Big Ten expects to enter this season with several ranked teams. The season will tip off at noon ET on Nov. 17, with defending Big Ten Champion Penn State hosting eight-time NCAA Champion Connecticut. Also included in the schedule are three games from the Big Ten/ACC Women’s Basketball Challenge, beginning with Penn State hosting Notre Dame, a Final Four

Hill, Moore selected in first round of WNBA draft

The 2013 WNBA Draft was held Monday night in Bristol, Conn., and a pair of Big Ten stars were selected in the first round. Ohio State’s Tayler Hill went No. 4 to Washington, while Nebraska’s Lindsey Moore went No. 12 to Minnesota. Read more about Hill and Moore and see all the Big Ten draftees in this post. [ RELATED: View all the 2013 WNBA Draft picks ] ROUND 1 No. 4: TAYLER HILL, OHIO STATE – Two-time All-Big Ten guard Tayler Hill was drafted fourth overall by the Washington Mystics in the 2013 WNBA Draft Monday, marking the third

Duke ousts Nebraska, 53-45, in Sweet 16

Nebraska, the Big Ten’s final team left in the NCAA women’s tournament, was eliminated by Duke in a 53-45 loss Sunday afternoon. Get stats, recap and photos in this post. [ RELATED: View the interactive NCAA women’s bracket ] Duke 53, Nebraska 45: BOX | AP RECAP Tricia Liston had 17 points and eight rebounds and Alexis Jones had 14 points, nine rebounds and six assists as Duke shook off another slow start by using a 12-0 run before halftime to knock off Nebraska on Sunday and advance to the Elite Eight. Nebraska (25-9), in the round of 16 for