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Steve Pikiell

Rutgers introduces new men's basketball coach Steve Pikiell

(AP) Steve Pikiell has been hired as Rutgers’ basketball coach after leading Stony Brook to its first NCAA Tournament this season. The university’s Board of Governors on Tuesday approved a five-year, $8 million contract. Pikiell succeeds Eddie Jordan, who was fired after a 7-25 season. The Scarlet Knights have not been to the NCAA Tournament since 1991. They won three games in the Big Ten in the last two years, their only victory this season coming in the regular-season finale. Pikiell won just four games in his first season at Stony Brook in 2005-06. His teams won 20 games in

Mar 19, 2016; Des Moines, IA, USA; Indiana Hoosiers center Thomas Bryant (31) celebrates with Indiana Hoosiers forward Troy Williams (5) after a play in the second half against the Kentucky Wildcats during the second round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament at Wells Fargo Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steven Branscombe-USA TODAY Sports

@BTNStatsGuys: Your statistical look at Big Ten Sweet 16 matchups

We’ve reached the Sweet 16, and three Big Ten teams remain. [ MORE: View interactive NCAA tourney bracket ] Big Ten outright champ Indiana, Maryland and Wisconsin all advanced to their respective regional semifinals with a pair of wins last weekend. Two of the teams draw No. 1 seeds (Indiana plays North Carolina and Maryland plays overall No. 1 Kansas), while Wisconsin faces No. 6 seed Notre Dame. With wins Friday night, Indiana and Wisconsin would meet in the regional final with a Final Four berth on the line. BTN researcher Harold Shelton takes an in-depth statistical look at the

Mar 19, 2016; Des Moines, IA, USA; Indiana Hoosiers forward Collin Hartman (30) and Indiana Hoosiers guard Yogi Ferrell (11) reacts from the bench in the second half during the second round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament at Wells Fargo Arena. Mandatory Credit: Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports

NCAA Tournament: What just happened? And what's ahead?

The opening week of the 2016 NCAA tourney will have a special place in the history of a storied event that often causes our hearts to stop. It was four full-throated days of magical mayhem, with big shots and zany upsets the order of the day. [ MORE: View interactive NCAA tourney bracket ] The Big Ten had its share of big moments … and heartbreaking setbacks. Here is a look back … and glance ahead at the Sweet 16 week. Best play: Bronson Koenig vs. Xavier. C’mon. This is an easy one. It’s the falling-out-bounds-I-can’t-believe-it bomb launched from the

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Crispin: What Big Ten teams have to do to win Sweet 16 matchups

And then there were three. A trio of Big Ten teams are in the Sweet 16, starting Thursday night, including reigning national runner-up Wisconsin, which is making its third consecutive regional semifinal appearance and nation's best fifth in the last six seasons.

Mar 20, 2016; St. Louis, MO, USA; Wisconsin Badgers guard Bronson Koenig (24) looks before making the game-winning shot while guarded by Xavier Musketeers guard Remy Abell (10) during the second half of the second round in the 2016 NCAA Tournament at Scottrade Center. Wisconsin won 66-63. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

Twitter: Ex-Badgers react to Bronson Koenig's game-winner

The Twitter reaction to Bronson Koenig’s game-winning buzzer-beater Sunday night was fun to monitor. [ MORE: NCAA tourney bracket | AP recap | Box score | Play-by-play ] Former Wisconsin players had some of the best live reactions to the last-second triple that lifted the Badgers past Xavier and to their third consecutive Sweet 16. From Michael Finley and Marcus Landry to Josh Gasser and Sam Dekker, the Wisconsin family was all over the unforgettable shot that is now part of NCAA tournament lore. Frank Kaminsky, the 2015 national player of the year, didn’t tweet anything, but the Charlotte Hornets

Mar 20, 2016; St. Louis, MO, USA; Wisconsin Badgers guard Bronson Koenig (24) walks off the court after the game against the Xavier Musketeers in the second round in the 2016 NCAA Tournament at Scottrade Center. Wisconsin won 66-63. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

Dienhart: Koenig, Wisconsin advance to third straight Sweet 16

And just like that, Bronson Koenig has become part of March Madness lore with a game-winning, buzzer-beating 3-pointer to push No. 7 Wisconsin to a 66-63 win vs. No. 2 Xavier and into the Sweet 16 for the fifth time in the last six years. [ MORE: NCAA tourney bracket | AP recap | Box score | Play-by-play ] It has been an amazing run for the Badgers, who in early January were 9-9 overall and 1-4 in the Big Ten. Moments earlier, Koenig drained a game-tying 3-pointer. Now, Wisconsin lives on after making it to the last two Final

Mar 20, 2016; St. Louis, MO, USA; Wisconsin Badgers guard Bronson Koenig (24) shoots and makes the game-winning shot during the second half in the second round against the Xavier Musketeers of the 2016 NCAA Tournament at Scottrade Center. Wisconsin won 66-63. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Watch Bronson Koenig hit game-winning buzzer-beater

Celebrate, Wisconsin fans! The Badgers are headed to their third consecutive Sweet 16. [ MORE: NCAA tourney bracket | AP recap | Box score | Play-by-play ] Seventh-seeded Wisconsin nipped second-seeded Xavier, 66-63, on Sunday night, thanks to Bronson Koegnig’s last-second heroics. On a play that will live on in March Madness lore, the junior point guard drilled an unforgettable game-wining buzzer-beating trey to help Wisconsin avoid overtime and advance to the East Region semifinals. Wisconsin will play sixth-seeded Notre Dame on Friday night. Watch Koenig’s dramatic buzzer-beater and Wisconsin’s celebration in the video above (here’s a cool angle of

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Dienhart: Maryland moves on to first Sweet 16 since 2003

It took a while, but No. 5 Maryland subdued pesky No. 13 seed Hawaii, using a balanced attack with four double-digit scorers and a strong defense to survive and advance. The Terps were too big and too talented for the Warriors, who toppled Cal to reach the second round after Maryland dumped South Dakota State in its opener. [ MORE: NCAA tourney bracket | AP recap | Box score | Play-by-play ] The Terps have never lost to a team seeded 13th or lower (12-0 all time). And the program is in the Sweet 16 for the first time since

Mar 20, 2016; Brooklyn, NY, USA; Villanova Wildcats guard Jalen Brunson (middle) drives between Iowa Hawkeyes forward Jarrod Uthoff (20) and guard Mike Gesell (10) during the first half in the second round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament at Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports

Dienhart: Villanova runs past Iowa, 87-68, to advance to Sweet 16

There is no way to sugarcoat No. 7 Iowa’s 87-68 demolition at the hands of No. 2 Villanova in the second round of the NCAA tourney. It was through and utter domination. [ MORE: NCAA tourney bracket | AP recap | Box score | Play-by-play ] Sometimes, a team is gonna have days like this. The Wildcats were just the better team … a WAY better team. This was Iowa’s worst NCAA loss since a 21-point defeat to Colorado in 1955. Much credit goes to the Wildcats, who at one time looked primed to be a No. 1 seed in

A.J. Harris

Watch Ohio State's 5-foot-9 A.J. Harris posterize Florida

At 5-foot-9, A.J. Harris isn’t a regular when it comes to the highlight-reel dunk. But, as he proved Sunday afternoon, the Ohio State freshman sure is capable of doing so. Harris threw down a powerful one-handed posterizing dunk over 6-foot-9 Florida forward Kevarrius Hayes in Ohio State’s season-ending NIT defeat at Value City Arena. The highlight came in a loss, yes, however it’s worthy of recognition. “He’s 5-foot-9 and he dunked on the entire state of Florida!”‘ ESPN color commentator Dan Dakich said. Watch Harris’ posterizing slam in the tweet above. *** We’ve seen Harris flash his athleticism before.