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3:59 PMMaryland at Michigan St.Watch
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2:30 PMNorthwestern at Rutgers Watch
3:00 PMIowa at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMMichigan St. at Penn St.Watch
7:00 PMMinnesota at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMMichigan at Rutgers Watch
8:00 PMIndiana at NebraskaWatch
8:00 PMMaryland at NorthwesternWatch

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Purdue's Terone Johnson

Nov. 26 Big Ten hoops roundup

Five Big Ten men’s basketball teams played Saturday, and you can catch up on all the action and stats on our Big Ten scoreboard. Only one Big Ten women’s team played Sunday – Michigan vs. Marquette. Purdue and Wisconsin both cruised to victories today, with the Boilers drilling Coppin State, 78-57, and the Badgers routing BYU for the Chicago Invitational title. Watch our highlights from the Badgers’ tournament title win now and get recaps from all the day’s action inside. Purdue 78, Coppin State 57: SCOREBOARD | BOX | AP RECAP FINAL: Robbie Hummel paced Purdue with 24 points to

Bringing home the hardware

It may be Black Friday and football may be on, but there’s still Big Ten hoops to review. The conference has started to show some cracks, with two Big Ten teams losing games they probably shouldn’t have and another couple struggling with lesser opponents. Let’s get right into it. Back under the chandeliers, Illinois once again followed up an excellent first half with a shaky second half in defeating Illinois State by only four. At the break, the Illini had scored 1.26 points per possession on the strength of a low turnover rate and solid shooting. Much like the Richmond game, it

Purdue's Lewis Jackson

Did You See This? Purdue's Jackson

Purdue point guard Lewis Jackson stands 5-foot-9, a generous figure to many people who know him. So it comes as no surprise that the senior entered Wednesday’s game with no career dunks. That all changed against Western Michigan, though, as Jackson threw down for the first time in a game. And what a first jam it was. Something tells us Jackson won’t soon forget this poke. Watch the powerful dunk now.

Michigan State's Branden Dawson

Nov. 23 Big Ten Hoops Roundup

It was a night full of Big Ten hoops Wednesday. There were eight games, including a BTN doubleheader. In the first game, Ohio State scored 107 and routed VMI. Nebraska wasn’t as lucky in the nightcap, as Oregon handed it its first loss. Catch up on all of Wednesday’s action and get all the stats on our Big Ten scoreboard. You can also find video highlights and analysis, plus halftime and game recaps for every game, in this post. Speaking of highlights, did you see Purdue senior Lewis Jackson’s dunk Wednesday night? He’s 5-foot-9, and it was the first dunk of

Nebraska's Bo Spencer

Welcome! Big Ten's Best New Faces

We’re in the third week of the college basketball season, and it’s time to point out the Big Ten’s best new faces thus far. You know, the first-year players who are off to fast starts, the ones Big Ten fans probably don’t know very well at this point in the young season. These are the guys who may become household names this season and who may be the Big Ten’s top players in coming years. Watch our interview with Nebraska coach Doc Sadler now, catch up on Tuesday night’s Big Ten hoops action and see Brent Yarina’s best new faces

2011-12 Season Preview: Purdue

Next up on our Big Ten season previews are the Boilermakers, who lost stars E’Twaun Moore and JaJuan Johnson but return the other popular Baby Boiler, Robbie Hummel. What’s a reasonable range of expectations for Matt Painter’s team? We have them finishing in third place. Purdue 10-11 Overall Record: 26-8 10-11 Conference Record: 14-4 10-11 Conference Efficiency Margin: 0.13 Percent of Returning Minutes: 64.5 Percent of Returning Freshman Minutes: 14.0 How does a big increase in usage affect the efficiency of a role player? That is the question at hand for the 2011-12 Purdue Boilermakers. It’s hard to imagine a

The Journey: Hummel takes the court

The last two years Robbie Hummel has suffered season ending knee injuries. From talking to head coach Matt Painter at Big Ten Media Day, Robbie looks as good as ever. From talking to Robbie at Big Ten media Day, he is excited to get back on the court that he loves so much.

Best of the Best: Nov. 14-20 Hoops Honors

Every Sunday night during the hoops season, Brent Yarina recaps the week that was on the men’s hardwood and hands out his weekly honors. See Brent’s first installment, for action from Nov. 14-20, in this post. Co-players of the week: Tim Frazier, Penn State – The Nittany Lion point guard stuffed the stat-sheet on his way to leading Penn State to a 3-1 week, the lone loss coming against No. 2 Kentucky. Frazier shot 50 percent from the field and averaged 21 points, 5.8 rebounds, 6.8 assists, two steals and 0.5 blocks in a busy four-game week. He also twice

Nebraska's Bo Spencer

Nov. 20 Big Ten Hoops Roundup

BTN aired a tripleheader of Big Ten men’s hoops action Sunday, with Nebraska and Michigan State winning and Iowa falling to Creighton. In other action, Northwestern won the Charleston Classic, Purdue lost in the finals of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off and Penn State escaped. You can catch up on all the action and stats on our BTN men’s basketball scoreboard. Also, dive into this post for updates and video highlights. Watch our Nebraska highlights from its easy victory over Rhode Island now. Nebraska 83, Rhode Island 63 BOX | AP RECAP FINAL: Behind a solid offensive effort, Nebraska defeated Rhode

Big Ten team wins game with scores in the 90s, and other tall tales

Wednesday and Thursday brought some predictable results for our  heroes–the Big Ten went 9-0 against inferior teams–but there were some surprising margins. As you know, we Geeks put a lot of stock in margins, so let’s touch on the most interesting ones. Purdue got a second consecutive close win in their Puerto Rico tilt with Iona. This was a fast-paced, high scoring affair in which the team that made their halfcourt heave won. Kelsey Barlow made one at the end of the first half, while Iona missed one at the end of the game–yet another example of the unpredictability of