Sunday featured six Big Ten women’s hoops games, including three that pit Big Ten teams against top 25 competition. No. 13 Purdue defeated reigning national champ and No. 4 Texas A&M, 60-51, three days after it lost to No. 7 Duke. The victory marked Purdue’s first win over a ranked nonconference foe since 2009. Catch up on all the action in this post and on our Big Ten scoreboard. Also, watch our highlights from Purdue’s impressive upset win now.
Want to see an amazing 360-degree dunk off the turnover? Check out Rodney Williams throwing it down late in the first half Saturday against USC right here. Five of the seven Big Ten men’s teams in action won today. Click inside this post to get recaps and links to box scores, plus more video highlights.
Several Big Ten teams around the conference were in action on Friday night, including the Ohio State men’s hockey team. The Buckeyes welcomed Lake Superior State to Value City Arena and skated to a 5-2 win. Watch the highlights now and jump inside for highlights from Michigan State’s hockey game against Bowling Green, a wrestling showdown between Illinois and Iowa and basketball highlights from Northwestern’s game against Mississippi Valley State.
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Two nights does not a season make, but the Big Ten certainly boosted their reputation as the nation’s preeminent basketball conference by wrapping up the Big Ten/ACC Challenge by an 8-4 margin. But beyond the scope of the Challenge, there are resumes to be built here–let’s see who hurt and helped their cause this week.
There were seven Big Ten women’s basketball games on Wednesday night including Penn State’s 103-84 win over North Carolina on the Big Ten Network. Iowa topped Virginia Tech in the second of our women’s doubleheader on TV. Get the latest on our full scoreboard page with box scores here and click inside for more video.
The Big Ten/ACC Challenge tipped off last night, and it was (as expected) a good night for the midwesterners. The Big Ten now leads the Challenge four games to two heading into tonight’s action. Let’s run down how the good guys got there.
The Big Ten Conference announced on Wednesday the winners of the top five individual awards for the 2011 football season. Wisconsin’s Montee Ball was named the Graham-George Offensive Player of the Year, Penn State’s Devon Still was named the Nagurski-Woodson Defensive Player of the Year, and Ohio State’s Braxton Miller was named the Thompson-Randle El Freshman of the Year.
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