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4 B1G players appear on SI 2014 Big Board

Mitch McGary

Michigan McGary's Slam Dunk

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A total of four Big Ten players were selected in the first round of this past June’s 2013 NBA Draft, and it looks like that number could go up the following year. SI.com recently released a list of the top 20 prospects for the 2014 NBA Draft and four Big Ten products appeared on the big board.

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Best of Week 5: UW-OSU has 'game of the year' feel

Braxton Miller

AJ Hawk Joins "#BTNLive"

There are just four games this Saturday—FOUR! Quite a come down from the 10- and 12-game weeks we had become accustomed to at the start of the season. The reason for the truncated schedule? Byes. Half of the teams are off. Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, Penn State and Northwestern all will catch their breath following four non-conference games.

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Dienhart: Get my Week 5 Big Ten previews

Ryan Shazier

James White and Melvin Gordon Join #BTNLive


Conference play kicked off last week, with Wisconsin blasting Purdue. This Saturday, there are two more Big Ten games: Iowa at Minnesota and Wisconsin at Ohio State.

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Week 5: We predict all four Big Ten games

Week 5 Picks

Beau Allen Joins "#BTNLive"

Every week during the 2013 football season, BTN.com’s Tom Dienhart, Brent Yarina, Sean Merriman and hoops analyst Stephen Bardo, a huge football fan, make their Big Ten picks. We also provide polls for Big Ten fans to select their winners. Four weeks in the books, we have a logjam at the top, with Big Ten fans, Bardo and Yarina all tied for the top spot, at 39-7.

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Who makes A.J. Hawk's Mount Rushmore of Ohio State LBs?

Former Ohio State standout linebacker and current Green Bay Packer A.J. Hawk stopped by the BTN studio Tuesday. With his Packers on a bye week, Hawk took the time to be a guest analyst on #BTNLive. Watch video of Hawk’s appearance above. Before Hawk went in front of the cameras, BTN.com asked him a handful of questions we received for him on Twitter.

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