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Dienhart: My All-Big Ten NCAA tourney team

With Wisconsin’s heartbreaking national semifinal loss to Kentucky late Saturday night, the Big Ten’s 2013-14 hoops season is officially complete. It was a great season, one that saw three Big Ten teams make the Elite Eight. Now, it’s time for my All-Big Ten NCAA tourney team. [ MORE: Video: Wisconsin reacts to Final Four loss ] Frank Kaminsky, Wisconsin. Yes, his NCAA tournament began and ended with a whimper, as he scored eight points vs. American in the opener and eight vs. Kentucky in the Final Four. But in between, the 7-0 junior was dominating in scoring 19 vs. Oregon,

Big Ten Geeks: Defense on Day One

Ohio State dropped a tight one against an in-state “Little Brother,” which had to make the loss all the more frustrating. There wasn’t anything especially unique about this loss—once again, Ohio State’s offense stalled out when it had to play in the half-court. The outside shooting was tepid (3 of 12 on 3s), and the ballhandling was suspect (the Buckeyes turned it over on 21 percent of their possessions; Aaron Craft and LaQuinton Ross each had five of their own). And on the 27 occasions when Ohio State had an opportunity to rebound one of its frequent misses, Thad Matta’s

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B1G Tourney: BTN.com's all-Friday team

College basketball fans were treated to another outstanding day of the Big Ten tournament. In addition to some great games, we had plenty of exceptional individual performances on the hardwood. With four more games in the book and an exciting semifinal round set up for Saturday, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart and BTN.com web editor Sean Merriman provide their all-Friday team from Day Two of the tourney. [ MORE: Which team impressed the most in Friday’s semifinals? ] DIENHART’S ALL-FRIDAY TEAM:  Ben Brust, Wisconsin. He notched a career-high 29 points, more than any other player on this day. The sharp-shooting guard

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Video: Wisconsin honors seniors Wednesday night

Wisconsin honored its three seniors, including Ben Brust, prior to Wednesday night’s home finale vs. Purdue. The senior class helped lead the Badgers to an 98-36 overall record and a 48-22 clip in Big Ten play. Watch Wisconsin’s ceremony in this post. [ MORE: Relive BTN.com’s favorite Ben Brust moments ] VIDEO: Wisconsin honors @BadgerMBB senior class, including Ben Brust, Zach Bohannon and Evan Anderson. WATCH – http://t.co/LPrIcTgDR1 — Wisconsin on BTN (@BTN_Wisconsin) March 6, 2014

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Video: Relive Ben Brust's top Wisconsin moments

Ben Brust, along with Zach Bohannon, will play his final game at the Kohl Center on Wednesday night. The game tips off at 9 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go. Before Brust is honored during the pregame festivities, which you can watch on BTN2Go, I have compiled some of his top moments. Enjoy, Badgers fans! Really, when talking Brust and his career, it’s impossible not to start with “The Shot.” VIDEO: Hours before his final @BadgerMBB game at Kohl Center, how can we not relive this Ben Brust shot? WATCH – http://t.co/nWG5wpKBD8 — Wisconsin on BTN (@BTN_Wisconsin) March 5, 2014 Wisconsin went

Big Ten Geeks: It's a thin line this year

Michigan clinched at least a share of the Big Ten title this weekend, as it took care of business against Minnesota at home while Michigan State was upset by Illinois in East Lansing. Michigan mostly let Minnesota hang around until the last couple of minutes until it flipped the #WinTheGame switch. For once, Michigan’s defense showed up, as it held the opponent to under a point per possession for the first time since the first week of February. Nik Stauskas, Caris LeVert, and Glenn Robinson III once again powered the offense, combining for 46 points on 36 shots. For Minnesota,

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Ben Brust dedicates Badgers win to late cousin

Ben Brust played with a heavy heart during Wisconsin’s 75-71 win over Iowa on Sunday. Constant thoughts were running through the mind of the Badgers’ senior shooting guard. What could have been. What was. What isn’t anymore. [ MORE: Big Ten Hoops Roundup: Badgers Improve to 15-0 ] It’s still fresh in the mind of Brust when he talks about it today. “I’m just…” Brust began, gasping for a fresh breath as he held back emotions. “I don’t even know what to say. This one was just for him and I know that.” Brust was speaking of his cousin, Anthony,

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Yarina: My All-Big Ten hoops Underrated Team

The exhibition basketball season is upon us (view our streaming schedule). Soon enough, the games will start to count. With that in mind, I thought I’d offer up my All-Big Ten Underrated Team. See my five guys in this post. Who did I miss? Tweet it my way, @BTNBrentYarina. [ MORE: Don’t forget about these guys in 2013-14 ] G: Shannon Scott, Jr., Ohio State. Aaron Craft gets all of the hype and pub, and rightly so. But his fellow guard is pretty good, too. Scott burst onto the scene last year, using his speed and quickness to develop into

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My 2012-13 All-Big Ten underrated team

About Brent Yarina BTN.com web editor Brent Yarina covers football and men’s basketball for BTN.com. He writes the popular uniform feature “Clothes Call,” which also focuses on the latest cosmetic changes across Big Ten arenas and stadiums. Read all of his work here. You can subscribe to Yarina’s RSS feed and follow him on Twitter @BTNBrentYarina. The Big Ten is loaded with talented basketball players, so it’s only natural that some guys to go unnoticed or receive less respect than they deserve. That’s why I compiled my 2012-13 All-Big Ten Underrated Team. Who made the list? Find out in this

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Super Seven: Big Ten names flying under the radar

We all know who the superstars are in the Big Ten—Cody Zeller, Victor Oladipo, Trey Burke, Deshaun Thomas, Brandon Paul, Trevor Mbakwe. This year the list really could go on quite a bite. But who do I think have been some of the most underrated players this season in the conference? Glad you asked. This week’s Super Seven is my look at the players that we’ve all heard of but maybe don’t appreciate as much as we should. Go ahead and tell me your lists at the bottom of this post, via Twitter or in my Big Ten mailbag. [