Men's Basketball

Super Seven: A look at the games that will matter most

This is a big week in the Big Ten, with myriad big games beginning with Minnesota’s contests at Illinois and at Indiana. Along those lines, I take a look at the seven Big Ten games that will go the longest way in determining who will win the conference championship.

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Mediacom to launch BTN2Go in multiple states

Mediacom Communications and Big Ten Network (BTN) announced today that BTN2Go, a live 24/7 multi-platform extension of BTN, is now available to Mediacom subscribers in Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota and parts of other Midwestern states.

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Today's links: Another football season in the books

Alabama put the finishing touches on the 2012 season with an annihilation of Notre Dame in the BCS championship game. And, never in the history of college football has a 42-14 score been so misleading. Truth be told: It wasn’t really that close. So, that’s three BCS titles in four years for Bama, and then seven in a row for the SEC. Maybe Ohio State can put an end to this SEC dominance in the near future. Until then, let’s kick off the daily links with a gander at the final polls, which still mean something in college football.

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Want to win a Hoosier Hoops Experience?

The Hoosier Hoops Experience is part of an ongoing series of BTN sweepstakes. What exactly is the “experience” for one lucky winner? The winner will race across the court during the “William Tell Overture” timeout during the Feb. 13 game against Nebraska. There’s also pregame food and drink at the “I” Lounge, pregame tours of Cook Hall and Assembly Hall, a seat next to the Indiana radio crew during the first half of the game, two game tickets and a parking pass, and Hoosier basketball gear. Enter the sweepstakes here.

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No. 5 Indiana topples Penn State, 74-51

Christian Watford scored 16 points, Jordan Hulls added 14 and No. 5 Indiana used a big first-half run to race past Penn State 74-51 on Monday night. The Hoosiers’ breakneck offense could rarely be stopped in the first half before the pace slowed down in a sloppy second half.

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