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7:00 PMCanisius at Penn St.Watch
8:00 PMNorthwestern at IowaWatch
8:00 PMRutgers at MinnesotaWatch
8:05 PMSt. Cloud St. at MinnesotaWatch

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Sam Thompson

Video: Sam Thompson sends Tim Frazier's shot to half court

Sam Thompson has wowed Big Ten hoops fans over the years with his outstanding array of highlight-reel dunks. But Thompson added a new highlight play to his resume on Thursday night. [ MORE: Sam Thompson wows once… twice… thrice in comeback ] Late in the first half, Penn State guard Tim Frazier drove in for a layup, but Thompson leaped up and blocked his shot with authority, sending it all the way to the Nittany Lion logo at center court. We have seen some outstanding blocks in Big Ten play this season, but this has to top the list. We

Troy Williams

B1G Hoops Recap: Penn State, IU notch upset wins

There were two more exciting upsets in the Big Ten on Thursday night. Penn State kicked off the night with a memorable 65-63 win over Ohio State. Indiana followed with an impressive 93-86 victory over No. 20 Iowa. Catch up on all the scores, stats and select in-game video highlights in this post. [ MORE: View Thursday night’s full Big Ten scoreboard ] INDIANA 93, IOWA 86 | RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY (AP) Will Sheehey scored 19 of his career-high 30 points in the first half and Stanford Robinson added a career-best 17 to lead Indiana over No. 20

Jordan Morgan

Scroll through Thursday's 10 Big Ten headlines

Someone get me a towel and two aspirins. Whew! That was something last night. Where to begin? How about West Lafayette? Good teams find ways to grind out road victories. And that’s exactly what Michigan did last night in overtime at Purdue, stealing a win to stay atop the Big Ten standings. Sorta makes you think that this is a team of destiny. What makes the loss a killer for the Boilers is the fact Glenn “Son of Big Dog” Robinson III scored the winning points. On a layup, no less. As the buzzer sounded. Crusher. *** Michigan State’s Mark

Glenn Robinson III

Video: Glenn Robinson III hits buzzer-beater in OT

Needing a bucket in the final seconds to avoid an overtime loss at Purdue, whose number did John Beilein call? Nik Stauskas? Nope. Out of a timeout, and with 2.9 seconds left, the Wolverines sent the inbound pass to Glenn Robinson III. It was a dangerous pass, but Robinson III hauled it in, drove to the bucket, and put up a shot that danced on the rim before going down. Watch the game-winner below: INSTANT HIGHLIGHT: @umichbball's Glenn Robinson III hits the buzzer-beater to beat his daddy's team in OT. WATCH – — Michigan on BTN (@BTN_Michigan) February 27,

Michigan celebrate

B1G Recap: Michigan tops Purdue on OT buzzer-beater

There were two Big Ten men’s hoops games featured on our Super Wednesday doubleheader. In the first game, No. 16 Michigan rallied and beat Purdue, 77-76, on a buzzer-beater in overtime. Illinois notched a 60-49 victory over Nebraska in the second game. Catch up on all the action and get video highlights in this post. [ MORE: View Wednesday night’s full Big Ten scoreboard ] ILLINOIS 60, NEBRASKA 49 | RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY (AP) Illinois freshman Kendrick Nunn and Malcolm Hill combined for 23 points and the Illini ended Nebraska’s five-game win streak on Wednesday night, 60-49. Nunn

Denzel Valentine

Yarina: My All-Big Ten most improved team

We’re fast approaching the end of the regular season, so that means it’s time to start considering an All-Big Ten most improved team. Who would make your 2013-14 team? Mine is headlined by a quartet of sophomores, including Big Ten Player of the Year candidate Nik Stauskas. See my full team, plus vote for your most improved player, in this post. [ MORE: Check out Sean Merriman’s top 10 Big Ten freshmen ] G: Yogi Ferrell, Indiana. Ferrell has done a masterful job picking up the scoring load in the absence of last season’s four 1,000-point scorers. Don’t hold the

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Video: Jim Jackson's top dunks of February

February is coming to a close, and BTN analyst Jim Jackson decided to compile his top dunks of the month. Who had the best flush? According to Jim Jackson, it was an Indiana player who posterized an opponent. See all of his top February dunks in this post. VIDEO: Who's had the best dunk of February? @BTNJimJackson says it was an @IndianaMBB player. WATCH his top 5 – — Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) February 27, 2014 Here’s a shot of the No. 1 dunk:

Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Rapheal Davis Q&A: 'We haven't focused on the details'

You don’t have to tell Purdue’s Rapheal Davis that this has been a disappointing season. He’s living it. And, it’s not much fun. But the sophomore guard is soldiering on as the losses mount and the hope dwindles in West Lafayette. Davis and the Boilermakers will try to stop the bleeding when first-place Michigan comes to Mackey Arena on Wednesday night. Purdue is coming off one of its most numbing losses of the season, falling 76-57 at Nebraska in a game that wasn’t even that close. The loss—the most lopsided of the season for the Boilers–also may have been rock-bottom.

Iowa Hawkeyes

Catch up with today's 10 Big Ten headlines

I officially have given up trying to figure out this Iowa team. One moment, the Hawkeyes can take you breath away. In another, they can leave you gasping for air. Last night was one of those nights, as Iowa allowed 95 points in a loss to a Minnesota team that scored a combined 95 in its previous two games. The defensive lapse in the Barn was exasperating. Iowa has now lost two games in a row for the first time this season. How good is this team? The win over visiting Iowa was a big boost to Minnesota’s NCAA hopes,

Austin Hollins

Big Ten Geeks: Back on the NCAA tourney bubble

Minnesota propelled itself back into the field of 68 with a decisive win over Iowa at home. The Gopher defense has been much-maligned this season (this is the second-worst defense in the Big Ten), but that doesn’t matter when you shoot 58 percent from 3 and 63 percent on 2s. As Uncle Drew would say, this game has always been about getting buckets, and when you shoot like this you don’t need to defend all that well to get a win. Austin Hollins led the way with 27 points on 10 shots, but I think the best indication of how