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Indiana, Iowa & Ohio State card big wins

No. 20 Indiana solved its road woes with a 78-61 victory over archrival Purdue (recap) on Saturday night. In other action, No. 3 Ohio State beat No. 20 Wisconsin to remain in first place (recap) and Iowa took down Penn State (recap). Catch up on all the games with our Big Ten scoreboard and get stats, video and recaps in this post. Also, keep up with all the latest highlights from across the Big Ten in our Did You See This? archive. And don’t forget about the latest Big Ten standings and Big Ten stats, either. Ohio State 58, Wisconsin

Catch 'Journey' again at 5:30 p.m. ET Sunday

This week on “The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2012,” we took a look at the special friendship between Ohio State’s Jared Sullinger and Michigan’s Trey Burke and went on campus with Penn State’s Tim Frazier and Illinois’ Brandon Paul. Also, we met Wisconsin’s Otto Puls, the Badgers’ team scorekeeper for four decades. Watch a clip from the show now and see a few bonus clips in this post. Find more on past episodes over here and follow the show on Twitter: @BTNJourney. Learn more about Jared Sullinger and Trey Burke’s friendship: Tour Burke’s bedroom: See Burke’s trophy collection:

Next 'Icons' spotlights Purdue's Gene Keady

Purdue’s legendary Gene Keady, who won 512 games in 25 seasons as the Boilermakers’ head basketball coach, is profiled Saturday in a new episode of Big Ten Icons, presented by Discover. Hosted by Hall of Fame broadcaster Keith Jackson, the show airs at approximately 9 p.m. ET, following the Purdue-Indiana men’s basketball game. The show includes new one-on-one interviews with Keady; Purdue head coach Matt Painter; award-winning journalists Mike DeCourcy, Jack Ebling and Dan Wetzel; color commentator and former All-Big Ten guard Stephen Bardo, and others. “Gene Keady got more out of less than almost any coach in the country,”

Three-Pointers: Breaking down the week in hoops

It’s time for my weekly Three-Pointers and I’m firing shots as quickly as I can grab a basketball, giving you a quick look back and forward in the Big Ten. From Michigan State’s tough road loss at Illinois to the steady play of the Big Ten’s big men, it’s been another busy seven days of hoops. There are three men’s games on Saturday, including Indiana at Purdue at 7 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go. Then there are three more Sunday games, including Minnesota at Nebraska (1 p.m.) and Northwestern at Illinois (3 p.m.). Both games are on BTN and BTN2Go, too.

Big Ten Geeks: Digging Themselves a Hole

Michigan picked up a nice home win over Indiana that was, depending on your point-of-view, either not as close as or a lot closer than the final margin suggests. John Beilein’s team jumped out to a big early lead, which peaked at 20 points before the Hoosiers got going. Indiana then took momentum into halftime and maintained it out of the break. The Hoosiers were able to whittle the difference down to two points on multiple occasions, but they just couldn’t get over the hump. Michigan then finished with a flurry to arrive at the final 12-point margin. This breakdown of

Clothes Call: Dialing up Big Ten designs

Big Ten schools often roll out interesting changes to team uniform and equipment design, and it most definitely strikes a chord with fans from all schools. So we launched Big Ten Clothes Call, our home for news on crazy theoretical helmet ideas, throwback uniforms, special football jerseys, unique basketball jerseys, and plenty more like this video from a few seasons ago on the evolution of Illinois’ uniforms. And while we keep our eyes out for the interesting uniform news, come tell us if you see something cool. Further down in this post BTN.com’s Brent Yarina looks at how Big Ten

Dienhart: Dialing Up My Daily Links

I present to you a pretty beefy batch of Big Ten story links worth clicking on. Can you handle them? Deep breath. Ready … begin. First, Signing Day… National Here is how the eagled-eyed evaluators at Scout.com rank the Big Ten recruiting classes. Clip and save: Sam McKewon of the Omaha World-Herald offers 25 Big Ten recruits to watch. Mike Clark of the Chicago Sun-Times sizes up the Big Ten recruiting classes. Illinois The Illini class lacks star power, but Tim Beckman still likes it, says Tina Akouris of the Chicago Sun-Times. Even in victory, howling is hard on the

Big Ten Geeks: In the 40s

Illinois picked up a much needed home victory over Michigan State, and Illini fans would probably appreciate if the discussion ended right there. It was about as ugly as basketball can get, with turnovers and missed shots aplenty. The Spartans had more missed shots than points, and their 26.7 effective field goal percentage represented the program’s worst shooting night in at least 15 seasons (I only have eFG data back to 1997-98). To top it all off, conference player of the year contender Draymond Green, who hadn’t played anyway much due to foul trouble, left the game late with an

Top 10 Big Ten dunks of 2011-12 season

LeBron James’ ridiculous dunk against Chicago on Sunday and Blake Griffin’s silly slam against Oklahoma City on Monday got us thinking about the best dunks of the 2011-12 Big Ten season. Rodney Williams, Victor Oladipo and Sam Thompson’s highlights immediately come to mind, but there have been so many other memorable dunks. See my top 10 slams in this post. Did I forget a dunk? If so, click “other” on the poll or enter your selection in the comment box at the bottom of this post. Also, check out a collection of our dunk-centric highlights with our Did You See

The Weekly Big Ten Player Rankings Are In

The race for top honors continues to be a battle between Ohio State’s Jared Sullinger and Michigan State’s Draymond Green. But the Big Ten also is marked by good point guard play, with players like Wisconsin’s Jordan Taylor, Michigan State’s Keith Appling, Michigan’s Trey Burke, Ohio State’s Aaron Craft, Purdue’s Lewis Jackson and Penn State’s Tim Frazier, among others, excelling. How does my list this week compare to my list last week? Go look and find out. All of my rankings are over here. 1. Draymond Green, F, Michigan State, Sr. The ultimate leader and coach on the floor, Green