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Today
6:30 PMSt. Peter's at MarylandWatch
7:00 PMN. Kentucky at IndianaWatch
8:00 PMMiss. Valley St. at WisconsinWatch
Tomorrow
7:00 PMMinnesota at Michigan St.Watch
7:00 PMWisconsin at IndianaWatch
8:00 PMSan Jose St. at NebraskaWatch
8:00 PMRobert Morris at IowaWatch
Saturday Dec 10
2:00 PMPittsburgh at Penn St.Watch

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Can You Name that UW Post Move?

During Wisconsin’s game against Nebraska BTN took viewers inside a Wisconsin practice and focused on the various moves taught to the Badgers’ big men. What do former NBA greats Dominique Wilkins, Moses Malone, Jack Sikma, Kevin McHale and Bernard King all have in common? They have fundamental back-to-the-basket moves named after them at Wiscosnin. Watch the video to see each one. Then feel free to use these during your own Nerf basketball games at home, office, or dorm room. Find more “Did You See This?’ videos, see other Wisconsin’s Best videos, and subscribe to our free “Did You See This?”

Gophers, Buckeyes, Badgers post Sunday wins

Joe Coleman scored 23 points and grabbed five rebounds and Rodney Williams added 14 points and eight boards as they teamed up to lead Minnesota to an 80-66 victory  over Penn State on Sunday (box score). Lenzelle Smith Jr. scored 28 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lift No. 5 Ohio State to an 80-63 win over No. 8 Indiana (box score). In the third game of the day Wisconsin beat Nebraska 50-45 (box score). Full video highlights inside this post. Jump inside for recaps and more links to our men’s scoreboard, too. On the women’s front, there were four

Dienhart: Who's Up & Down This Week

That was quite a week in Big Ten men’s basketball. When I wrote Monday about Wisconsin’s struggles, I didn’t imagine they’d shake it off at Purdue later in the week. Then I spoke with Jerry Palm and he told me the Big Ten had eight tourney teams as of right now – we’ll check back with him next week to see if that’s changed. The week got better when I attended the Illinois game and witnessed Brandon Paul’s amazing 43-point night. That will surely shake up my weekly Big Ten Player Rankings. Now it’s time for me to end the

Big Ten Geeks: A Bad Night for the Hoosier State

How do you break a Big Ten losing streak? Last night, the unlikely answer was to take a trip to snowy Indiana. Wisconsin and Minnesota got their seasons back on track with impressive wins in the Hoosier state. First, the Badgers used a return to shooting form and a bit of good fortune to snap Purdue’s 26-game home winning streak. Wisconsin’s offense was unstoppable in the early going, as the Badgers went uptempo (by their standards) and often took the first available open shot. The strategy worked, as Wisconsin made five of their first six attempts from deep and opened

Minnesota tops Indiana; Wisconsin drops Purdue

Minnesota survived a furious second-half comeback effort by Indiana in Bloomington to beat the Hoosiers 77-74 to win the Gophers’ first conference game of the season. Cody Zeller led Indiana with 23 points and eight rebounds. Have you seen our “Best of Gus Johnson” video calls yet? We’ve got some good ones from tonight. Earlier in another conference game, Ben Brust went 4-of-7 from the field and led five Wisconsin players in double digits with 13 points as the Badgers defeated Purdue 67-62. And we definitely be continued our ongoing feature “Did You See This?’ where BTN.com editors keep their

Say What? Watch These Big Ten Sound Bites

Our TV team took a look at the latest press conferences held by your Big Ten men’s coaches and then compiled this fun montage of sound bites. Can you feel the intensity coming through in every comment? Watch it now and tell us below which part you liked best. And remember: Each week we post the Big Ten men’s basketball coaches teleconferences for your convenience. Listen to your coaches talk with reporters from around the Big Ten.

Big Ten Geeks: The Brandon Paul Game

With an amazing 43-point performance from Brandon Paul, Illinois shocked Ohio State in Champaign. Coming in, this looked like a game that the Illini might hope to keep close with their defense, but it seemed unlikely that Bruce Weber’s struggling offense would be able to scrape together enough points against the nation’s top defense. That analysis went out the window once Paul got rolling. The athletic junior made plays all over the court, but his most obvious contribution was an incredible eight for 10 shooting performance from three. While it is true that Paul was shooting just 28 percent from

Halfway done: 2011-12 midway Big Ten honors

With every Big Ten basketball team having played anywhere between 15-17 games, we’ve reached the unofficial midway point of the 2011-12 season. Pretty soon it will be March, and that means the Big Ten tourney and NCAA tourney aren’t that far off. OK, they’re still two months away, but the first couple of months sure didn’t take long. Find Brent Yarina’s midway Big Ten honors in this post. Midway Player of the Year: Jared Sullinger, Ohio State Midway Freshman of the Year: Cody Zeller, Indiana Midway Coach of the Year: Tom Crean, Indiana Midway First Team G: Tim Frazier, Penn

Dienhart: Big Ten Hoops Player Rankings

Another week, another look at the top players in the Big Ten. Ohio State big man Jared Sullinger has dominated all year. The question: Will anyone dethrone him this season from his perch atop these rankings? 1. Jared Sullinger, C, Ohio State, So. – The big fella would have been a high lottery pick in the 2011 NBA draft. Instead, he is back in college to terrorize foes with his unmatched physical game in the post. Sullinger is close to averaging a double-double (17.1 ppg; 9.6 rpg). 2. Cody Zeller, F/C, Indiana, Fr. – First there was Luke (Notre Dame),

Big Ten Hoops Power Rankings

It’s time to release my latest Big Ten men’s hoops power rankings. The rankings are not meant to mimic the Big Ten standings. What fun would that be? They aren’t scientific, either. They’re simply my thoughts on where each Big Ten team stands right now and who would win on a neutral court. Agree? Disagree? Tweet @BTNBrentYarina or leave your comments below. See Brent’s rankings in this post. The latest national polls are out, as well. Where does your team land? And check out all of the Big Ten statistical leaders. Also, don’t forget to watch our latest Big Ten