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Photos: Get images from today's B1G spring games

Eight Big Ten football teams are holding their spring football game today, and BTN2Go is airing each and every one. Here’s the complete schedule, all times ET: Purdue (1), Ohio State (1:30), Penn State (1:30), Nebraska (3), Illinois (3), Indiana (3), Minnesota (3:30) & Wisconsin (4). Check out some of the best photos from the day’s action in this post. [ MORE: Video: Watch today’s spring game highlights, interviews ] #TeamJack w/ @Ameerguapo & @AFRO_THUNDER80 2day @Huskers spring game. #GBR — Team Jack (@TeamJack) April 12, 2014 The view from up above as #Badgers Spring Game continues. — Badger

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Spartans, Big Ten mourn Lacey Holsworth's death

The Michigan State family and the Big Ten basketball community are mourning the loss of Adreian Payne superfan Lacey Holsworth. Holsworth, the adorable 8-year-old who suffered from neuroblastoma, died late Tuesday night. Read more here. The news hit the basketball world hard, and many people went to social media to offer their condolences. See the messages in this post. [ MORE: Watch all of BTN’s Lacey Holsworth videos ] It was time for my lil princess to go home & feel no more pain,now she's happy & she's my angel watching over me. — Adreian Payne (@Adreian_Payne) April 10,

Twitter: Final Four 'Teamcasts' leave fans confused

Evidently, a lot of people did not get the memo that the Final Four was trying an experiment that included three telecasts of each Final Four game. There was the national crew on TBS and “Teamcasts” on TNT and truTV that were geared toward the teams’ fanbases. The confusion led to some really entertaining tweets; it even had Charles Barkley saying, “Some of you people are idiots,” at halftime. Watch Barkley. [ MORE: View our Wisconsin-Kentucky photo gallery ] The confusion is understandable, really. It’s a new thing, and with the Final Four being on TBS, not CBS, there’s confusion

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Jordan Morgan passes out 'Thank Yous' on Twitter

There are few classier acts than Michigan big man Jordan Morgan, who saw his career end with the heart-breaking loss to Kentucky in the Elite Eight in Indianapolis on Sunday. Morgan was a glue-guy whose production in the pivot was a boon for a team that had to play almost the entire season without Mitch McGary. Morgan took to Twitter (@JustJMo) after the loss yesterday to give thanks. Thank you to all my teammates this year. This is the most fun I've had playing basketball. You all made it a truly incredible year… — Jordan Morgan (@JustJMo) March 31, 2014

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Twitter: Are Michigan, MSU fans rooting for rival?

It’s no secret Michigan and Michigan State are fierce rivals. Sometimes, however, conference pride and a chance to make rare history can supersede a rivalry. Consider this: If Michigan and Michigan State both win today, the Big Ten will be the first conference to put three teams in the Final Four since the Big East did it in 1985. So, are Wolverine and Spartan fans willing to root for their rivals for conference pride? I asked on Twitter. Yes! Let's decide it in the final! RT @BTNBrentYarina: Curious, #Michigan and #Spartan fans: Are you pulling for your rival today. #b1gpride

Noah Vonleh

Big Ten roster updates: Who's on the move?

The college basketball season is coming to a close and the NBA draft is fast approaching. As is this case every year around this time, Big Ten players are busy announcing their future plans, whether it be a jump to the pros or a transfer. Get caught up on all the decisions in this post. GOING PRO Indiana freshman Noah Vonleh just told @CBSSports by phone that he will enter the 2014 NBA Draft. Story coming … — Gary Parrish (@GaryParrishCBS) March 24, 2014 [ MORE: Dienhart: Vonleh’s decision to go pro is no surprise ] Ohio State's LaQuinton Ross

Indiana WR Isaac Griffith discharged from hospital

Indiana wide receiver Isaac Griffith was discharged from Sarasota Memorial Hospital on Sunday. Griffith had been in critical condition and in a medically induced coma following a near-drowning accident earlier this month. Check out tweets from Shannon Griffith, Isaac’s father, that chronicle the family’s big day in this post. Great day #Sunday Isaac has been discharged from #SarasotaMemorial and we have started our journey back to Indiana Kim and I are so very — Shannon Griffith (@MUCoachGriff) March 23, 2014 Thankful for everyone who lifted our son up in their prayers, the hospital staff, and Sarasota for helping two strangers

Ohio State's Amedeo Della Valle to pursue pro career

Ohio State sophomore Amedeo Della Valle announced Saturday that he is leaving the Buckeyes to pursue a professional career in Europe. Della Valle averaged four points and 1.8 rebounds in 33 games this season. He did score double figures in six games, including 12 in Ohio State’s comeback win over Nebraska in the Big Ten tourney. Read Della Valle’s message about the decision in this post. It's been real THE Ohio State University.Thank you for everything.Best experience of my life.Thank you BuckeyeNation! — Amedeo Della Valle (@Ame_DV_33) March 22, 2014

Nebraska's Bo Pelini just wrote a clever tweet

At halftime of Friday’s NCAA Tournament game between Nebraska and Baylor, Nebraska football coach Bo Pelini posted a tweet to Twitter that immediately caught fire. The Huskers trailed 29-16 at halftime in their first round game. Read the tweet in this post. Can I get fined if I comment about basketball officiating? — Bo Pelini (@BoPelini) March 21, 2014 It’s not the first time Pelini has had some fun on Twitter. Nebraska basketball coach Tim Miles, who is also active on Twitter, took a different approach. Miles often tweets at halftime of games, and here’s what he posted before the

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Twitter: See tweets in support of #teampat

Fran McCaffery’s son, Patrick, 13, underwent surgery to remove a thyroid tumor Wednesday morning, and the coach said the surgery “went as planned.” After the surgery, McCaffery headed to Dayton, Ohio, for Iowa’s first NCAA tourney game since 2006. The Twitter world showed incredible support for Patrick, to the point that #teampat was trending nationally, and here is a (large) sampling of some of our favorite tweets. [ MORE: Tennessee fan board shows support for #teampat ] McCaffery released this statement early Wednesday afternoon: “Today’s surgery for my son Patrick went as planned. Doctors will continue tests in the coming