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Video: Minnesota basketball honors senior Joey King

Joey King’s senior season hasn’t gone the way he envisioned. [ MORE: Watch all of our Big Ten senior day videos ] After all, Minnesota brought a 2-14 Big Ten clip into its home finale Wednesday night vs. rival Wisconsin. But the Eagan, Minnesota, native has played a big role for his home team in each of the past three seasons, scoring more than 1,100 career points and ranking as the program’s best free-throw shooter (84 percent). King received one last round of applause during the team’s pregame senior night festivities. Watch the ceremony in the video above. *** The

Watch Bryn Forbes hit Big Ten single-game record 11 3-pointers

Bryn Forbes has had many memorable nights from distance during his senior season. None, however, compare to what he did in No. 2 Michigan State’s 97-66 victory at Rutgers on Wednesday night. The Big Ten’s leading 3-point shooter hit a Big Ten single-game record 11 3-pointers, doing so on just 16 attempts from deep, good enough for 69 percent, and despite coming out of the game just midway through the second half. Following the historic night, the Cleveland State transfer and Michigan State sharpshooter has 103 triples and is shooting 51.5 percent from behind the arc on the season. Watch

Mailbag: Unbalanced schedules, Coach of the Year & more

The basketball season is winding down. Who is the league coach of the year? And all hail Indiana! Spring football also is on the minds of readers. Could Nebraska win the West? I look at those questions and others in my mail bag. The conference schedule just isn’t fair with how it is unbalanced. It can be the luck of the draw on who you play once and who you play twice. – Brad I agree. I long for the old days when the league played almost exclusively on just Thursdays and Saturdays and there was a round-robin schedule to crown

Here's how to watch Senior Ceremonies live on BTN2Go

We’re collecting the moments when Big Ten basketball teams honor their senior players this week. Reminder: The remaining events honoring school seniors will be streamed live on BTN2Go. Use the links in this post to watch upcoming senior ceremonies live, and look back at events that have already occurred. Wednesday Watch Minnesota’s senior ceremonies live Thursday Watch Maryland’s senior ceremonies live Watch Penn State’s senior ceremonies live Saturday Watch Michigan State’s senior ceremonies live Watch Rutgers’ senior ceremonies live Watch Michigan’s senior ceremonies live Sunday Watch Northwestern’s senior ceremonies live Watch Indiana’s senior ceremonies live Watch Purdue’s senior ceremonies live Here

@BTNStatsGuys lay out latest Big Ten tourney scenarios

This much we know: Indiana, the outright Big Ten champion, is the No. 1 seed in the 2016 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament. The 12th-ranked Hoosiers clinched the top seed with an 81-78 victory Tuesday night at No. 16 Iowa. After that, as far as the seeds go, everything still is up in the air. Get the @BTNStatsGuys‘ latest look at the Big Ten tourney scenarios entering tonight’s Super Wednesday doubleheader. 1. Indiana (14-3 – vs. Maryland) Clinched #1 seed and double-bye 2. Michigan State (11-5 – at Rutgers; vs. Ohio State) Clinches #2 seed with wins in its final

Big Ten links: Indiana's title tops Wednesday's headlines recap

Indiana clinching the men's basketball title means Tom Crean should be Coach of the Year. Iowa's lost four in a row, so what is going on? Michigan's Caris LeVert is shut down for the season, and Nebraska agreed to a home-and-home with a Big 12 powerhouse. Those are a few of the basketball and football headlines in today's news digest.

Watch Indiana celebrate second outright B1G crown in four years

For the second time in the last four seasons, Indiana is the outright Big Ten champion. [ MORE: Get Tuesday’s Big Ten basketball scores ] The Hoosiers, who already owned a share of the conference crown, their 22nd in program history, outlasted No. 16 Iowa, 81-78, on Tuesday night at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Indiana also took the outright title in 2013, when Cody Zeller and Victor Oladipo led the team to a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament. The outright-clincher was in doubt down to the finals seconds, but Peter Jok’s potential game-tying 3-pointer was off the mark, yielding an

Video: Iowa honors Jarrod Uthoff, four others on senior day

Iowa’s 2016 senior class will be remembered for quite some time. The five players, featuring Anthony Clemmons, Mike Gesell, Okey Ukah, Jarrod Uthoff and Adam Woobury, have helped the Hawkeyes reach the postseason every year en route to compiling 87 career victories. The class was part of Iowa’s NIT runner-up team as freshmen, and in a little more than a week it will add a third consecutive NCAA tourney berth to its impressive list of career accomplishments. Watch Fran McCaffery and Iowa honor the five players in the video above.  

Get Tuesday night's top Big Ten men's basketball highlights

There will be no shared Big Ten title. No. 12 Indiana outlasted No. 16 Iowa, 81-78, on Tuesday night to claim the outright Big Ten title, its second in the last four years. Catch up on both of Tuesday’s Big Ten games on our Big Ten scoreboard. In other action, No. 15 Purdue handed Nebraska its worst loss (81-62) in the short history of Pinnacle Bank Arena. It was senior night at Nebraska and Iowa, and both teams held pregame ceremonies. Watch Nebraska, and Iowa. Throughout tonight’s action, we’ll clip our favorite highlights below. *** PURDUE 81, NEBRASKA 62: No.

Watch Tim Miles honor Nebraska's Shavon Shields, Benny Parker

Tim Miles had never spoken at a senior night. Until now. That’s how special Nebraska’s Shavon Shields and Benny Parker are to the gregarious head coach. “Benny and Shavon are guys that bought in on a dream and led us to the NCAA tournament for the first time in 16 years in 2014,” Miles told the crowd during the team’s senior night festivities Tuesday night. “They have built a foundation that will be lasting for a long time and have future success.” Shields goes down as one of the Huskers’ all-time greats, and Parker made his mark as a quick,