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Sunday showdown: Let's review the past 5 Purdue-Iowa games

Sunday isn't all about the NFC and AFC conference championship games. There's also a top 25 Big Ten matchup to start your inevitable day in front of the TV, as No. 9 Iowa hosts No. 22 Purdue at 1 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go. In this post, we look back at the last five Iowa-Purdue games, including their most recent meeting on Jan. 2, 2016.

Big Ten links: Friday's football & hoops news digest is now ready

Ohio State rolled out a 2015 football highlight reel. Michigan lands a familiar name on the College Football Playoff committee. There's another reason why Michigan State might not be doing so well on the basketball court. And has there ever been a better time to be an Iowa hoops and football fan? We recap the headlines from around the Big Ten in this collection of Friday links.

Purdue fans wear neon shirts to 'Hammer Down Cancer'

Mackey Arena was filled with neon colored shirts Thursday night for the Boilermakers’ 75-64 victory over Ohio State. [ MORE: Watch the best highlights from Thursday’s Big Ten games ] The bright colored shirts, which can be seen in the photo at the top of this post, were in support of the Purdue Center for Cancer Research. The neon color honors cancer survivors and is inclusive of all cancer survivors. Purdue players were wearing neon or “volt” socks during the game as well, which can be seen in the photo below. Well done, Purdue! Fresh whites. Volt socks. 🔥 #Purdue

Top highlights from Thursday's Big Ten hoops games

Big Ten fans were treated to three conference games on Thursday night, highlighted by Wisconsin’s impressive 66-60 victory over Penn State on BTN. [ MORE: Check out Thursday’s scores on our college basketball scoreboard ] In other Big Ten action, Iowa cruised by Rutgers, 90-76, and Purdue beat Ohio State, 75-64. With six teams in action, we made it a point to grab the best moments from Thursday’s three games. Check out the top highlights from Thursday’s Big Ten men’s basketball action below. A beautiful bounce pass by Nigel Hayes results in easy @BadgerMBB two-hand dunk for Vitto Brown. https://t.co/d0X1JlOwtq

Big Ten links: Read Thursday's football, hoops headlines

With that loss to Nebraska, Michigan State has dropped three straight. One writer is comparing Iowa's basketball team to another pretty good recent Big Ten squad. Meanwhile in football, Nebraska added a familiar foe to the schedule. And contract details are out for Michigan's new defensive coordinator. Catch up on Thursday's headlines in this post.

Big Ten Basketball: Watch our top plays from Super Wednesday

Big Ten fans were treated to a pair of entertaining men’s basketball games on Super Wednesday. Nebraska kicked off the evening with an impressive 72-71 upset win over Michigan State. The Huskers have now won four straight Big Ten games, while the Spartans have lost three straight conference games for the first time since the 2012-13 season. Michigan closed out the evening with a 74-69 victory over Minnesota behind 22 points from junior point guard Derrick Walton Jr. With both games being played on BTN, we were able to capture the top moments from Wednesday night’s action. Here is a

Who makes your Nebraska basketball Mount Rushmore?

Who gets your vote for the best player in Nebraska basketball history? We came up with a list of 12 Husker greats, and now it’s your job to rank them! Also, tune into BTN tonight to watch the Huskers take on Michigan State at 6:30 p.m. ET. Watch on BTN2Go. Read each player’s bio below, then scroll down and rank them, 1-12. The results of this fan survey will be announced on TV’s “BTN Live” in February. We’re rolling out a survey per school throughout the coming weeks. Tom Baack 1965-68: Tom Baack, a 1995 Nebraska Hall of Fame inductee, finished

Video: Maryland, Northwestern go for another wild sequence

Maryland and Northwestern have faced off twice this season, and the teams have combined for a fun sequence in each meeting. Tuesday night, as was the case the first time around, the back-and-forth action culminated in a Northwestern basket and an eventual Maryland victory, this time a 62-56 overtime defeat. Now, this sequence wasn’t nearly as wild as the January 2 one. But, let’s face it, it will be a long time before we see teams combine on the back-and-forth action that the Terrapins and the Wildcats treated us to earlier this year in Evanston, Illinois. Don’t remember the sequence

Andrew White: 'I would like to be a Klay Thompson style of player'

Nebraska is on a roll, winning three in a row to push its way to the middle of the Big Ten pack with a 3-3 league mark. And Andrew White III is a big reason for that. [ MORE: Follow @BTNJonCrispin | Power Rankings | Player Rankings | Best of the week that was | Big Ten award winners | Polls | Standings | Stats | Scores ] The 6-7, 216-pound junior has scored 21, 15 and 28 points in each of the last three games, wins over Illinois, Minnesota and Rutgers. The sweet-shooting White also has grabbed an aggregate

Indiana sets school, conference record for 3-pointers

Indiana brought new meaning to the phrase “making it rain” on Tuesday night in Bloomington, IN. [ MORE: Yogi Ferrell sets Indiana all-time assist record ] The Hoosiers hit a school-record 19 3-pointers in a commanding 103-69 victory over Illinois at Assembly Hall. Perhaps even more impressive, the Hoosiers’ 19 3-pointers made is the most ever by a Big Ten team in a conference game, according to our @BTNStatsGuys. Indiana hit 19-of-36 from beyond the arc, breaking a previous school record that was set against Minnesota just last season. Yogi Ferrell led the way with five of Indiana’s 19 3-pointers.