Men's Basketball

Nov. 12 Big Ten Hoops Roundup

Wisconsin's Ryan Evans

Kennesaw State at Wisconsin - Men's Basketball Wrap-Up

Penn State and Wisconsin’s men’s basketball teams open up the 2011-12 season Saturday afternoon with resounding victories. The Badgers used hot shooting and stifling defense to blast Kennesaw State, 85-31, while Penn State put away Hartford, 70-55, in Tom Chambers’ debut. Watch our video analysis from Wisconsin’s dominant win now and read all about the games in this post.

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Big Ten men's teams roll in openers

Purdue's Terone Johnson

Stony Brook at Indiana - Men's Basketball Highlights

BTN and Big Ten men’s basketball returned to the court tonight with Indiana beating Stony Brook in the first of nine Big Ten season openers. Other Friday night winners include Michigan, Purdue, Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, Ohio State, and Nebraska while Michigan State fell to No. 1 North Carolina. Did you miss this week’s season preview shows? Watch them online at BTN2Go.com. Click here to view the men’s preview show and here to view the women’s preview show. Get all the night’s action our men’s basketball scoreboard page or dive down into this post for quick recaps and links on all nine games.

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The Journey: Michigan Makes the Tourney

A great moment in the season finale of The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2011.  After riding the ups and downs of the Big Ten basketball season all year, the Michigan Wolverines played the waiting game on Selection Sunday.  The wait was well worth it.

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2011-12 Season Preview: Nebraska

Our season previews continue in reverse order of projected finish. Penn State, Iowa, and Northwestern have been covered. We now move on to the newest member of the Big Ten, the Nebraska Cornhuskers.

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MSU vs. UNC: See the aircraft carrier hoops court

We already know Michigan State will wear camouflage basketball uniforms against North Carolina on Veterans Day. But here’s a really cool photo of the court on the deck of the USS Carl Vinson. Magic Johnson, a Michigan State alum, and James Worthy, a North Carolina alum, will serve as honorary captains for their alma maters at the game. Read the full AP story here. And the “Daily Edition” on MSUSpartans.com offers up a glimpse of the trip in the latest installment of “Michigan State All-Access.”

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