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Ranking the games: No surprise at No. 1 this week

John Beilein

Nik Stauskas Blows Kisses to the Crowd

The spotlight this week swings on Ann Arbor, where Michigan will play host to Michigan State in a battle between Big Ten front-runners this weekend. Each squad is 10-3 in league action. Wisconsin and Iowa are right behind the Wolverines and Spartans. And, ironically, the Badgers and Hawkeyes meet in a big game in Iowa City this week.

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Ohio State men claim first national indoor tennis title

The fifth-ranked Ohio State men’s tennis team captured its first ITA National Team Indoor Championship title with an impressive performance Monday for a 4-1 win over No. 3 USC in Houston. Guided by director of tennis and head coach Ty Tucker, the Buckeyes defeated four Top 25 teams, including two top 5 programs en route to the national title and are now 13-0 overall in 2014 to put Ohio State at its best start to a season in program history.

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Merriman: My Mount Rushmore of B1G hoops players

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The Journey 2013: Big Ten Basketball - (Episode 7, Segment 1)

Malcolm Emmons-US PRESSWIRE

Who would make your Mount Rushmore of Big Ten basketball players? That has been a common question asked after four-time NBA MVP LeBron James selected Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird and Oscar Robertson. The same question can be posed to Big Ten fans. With so many good options, it is tough to choose just four top players in Big Ten basketball history.

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Big Ten Geeks: I can see for Miles

Colorado State Rams head coach Tim Miles reacts during the second half against the TCU Horned Frogs of the first round of the 2012 Mountain West Tournament at the Thomas & Mack Center. The Rams defeated the Horned Frogs 81-60. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE

Indiana at Purdue - Men's Basketball Highlights

Indiana’s season reached a new low in Saturday’s drubbing at Purdue. The Boilermakers busted the game open after intermission, and the one thing that had been a relative constant for the Hoosiers–a solid defense–went by the wayside. To be fair, some of this was just Purdue having a fantastic afternoon from the perimeter (10-for-18 on threes), but Indiana didn’t offer much resistance either.

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