The streak is over! [ MORE: Top highlights from Michigan State vs. Iowa ] Peter Jok scored 23 points and No. 16 Iowa went on to rout No. 4 Michigan State 76-59 on Thursday night. The victory marked the Hawkeyes’ first road win over Michigan State since 1993, putting an end to an 18-game losing streak at the Breslin Center. Iowa raced out to a 22-point halftime lead and never let the Spartans closer than 14 points. Jarrod Uthoff had a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds, while senior Anthony Clemmons added 13 points in his return home to
Peter Jok scored 21 points as No. 16 Iowa upset No. 4 Michigan State 76-59 Thursday night at the Breslin Center. The victory marked the first time the Hawkeyes have beaten Michigan State in East Lansing in 23 years. Iowa is now responsible for both of MSU’s losses this season. We made sure to capture the top moments from Thursday’s game and post them on Twitter, @MichiganStOnBTN and @IowaonBTN. Check out the best highlights from Thursday’s Michigan State vs. Iowa game. ICYMI: Peter Jok scored 23 points to help lead @IowaHoops to a 76-59 win over Michigan State. https://t.co/vqJAFcC8aW —
With Wednesday night’s Big Ten games behind us and more basketball ahead tonight, here is my latest edition of “Three Takes!” This week I look at Michigan State vs. Iowa, Illinois’ ability to shut down Purdue’s big, and Michigan’s outstanding 3-point shooting. Spartans vs. Hawkeyes Tonight’s showdown in East Lansing will not make or break the season for the Spartans or the Hawkeyes, but it is a battle that is very significant in the Big Ten race. Michigan State is looking for revenge and can’t afford to fall two games behind the Hawkeyes after dropping a game in Iowa City.
JaQuan Lyle had himself a night on Wednesday. The Ohio State standout freshman had 16 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists in Ohio State’s commanding 94-68 victory over Rutgers. Lyle’s triple-double was the first of his young career, and just the fifth in Ohio State basketball history. It was the second ever triple-double for the Buckeyes in Big Ten play, with the first coming last year from D’Angelo Russell against Rutgers as well. Other Buckeyes to record triple-doubles include Evan Turner (2), Dennis Hopson and Russell. Well done, Mr. Lyle. JaQuan Lyle after triple double vs Rutgers. Ohio State wins
It's Rutgers vs. Ohio State (6:30 p.m. ET) ahead of Penn State at Purdue (8;3) p.m. ET) on BTN's latest #SuperWednesday. So we're asking fans to rank these Penn State greats in our latest Mt. Rushmore poll.
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Northwestern has never made the NCAA tourney. How many times have you heard that factoid? It is one of the longest and most notorious droughts in sports. And, it just may end this year. If it does, you can thank Wildcat guard Bryant McIntosh. [ MORE: Follow @BTNJonCrispin | Power Rankings | Player Rankings | Game Rankings | Bracketology | The week ahead | Polls | Standings | Stats | Scores ] The 6-3, 185-pound sophomore is a catalyst who paces the team with a 16.1 scoring average. He also is tops in assists, with 7.1 per games for NU,
Who gets your vote for the best player in Ohio State basketball history? We came up with a list of 13 Buckeye greats, and now it’s your job to rank them! Also, tune into BTN tonight to watch the Buckeyes take on Rutgers at 6:30 p.m. ET. Watch on BTN2Go. Read each player’s bio below, then scroll down and rank them, 1-13. The results of this fan survey will be announced on TV’s “BTN Live” in February. Read each player’s bio below, then below that rank them No. 1 through 12 via our SurveyMonkey poll. You can only submit your list
At a table for four, coaching legends Jud Heathcote, Gary Williams and Tom Davis share the losses they never got over, the best players they coached and faced and their thoughts on NCAA basketball today. Their conversations were captured for season two of A Taste of Coaching, hosted by Steve Lavin and debuting at 9 PM ET on Monday, Jan. 18. The five-episode series will air on Monday evenings in January and February.
Michigan needed a signature victory to provide a boost to its resume this season. [ MORE: Top highlights from Tuesday’s Big Ten basketball games ] The Wolverines got just that on Tuesday night. Zak Irvin scored 22 points as Michigan notched an impressive 70-67 upset victory over No. 3 Maryland. The victory snapped Maryland’s nine-game win streak and gave the Wolverines their third Big Ten victory this season. Duncan Robinson added 17 points and Michigan held Maryland’s backcourt duo of Rasheed Sulaimon and Melo Trimble to just 10 points on 4-of-17 shooting. Check out the full highlight from the game