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Twitter: Tweets from Big Ten spring meetings

The Big Ten spring meetings have hit Chicago, and there are plenty of topics on the table. For example, further conference expansion, football schedules, bowl games and basketball divisions, among others. Get some of the best tweets from the meetings in this post.

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Brandon Paul's brother, Darius, transfers to Illinois

Darius Paul, the younger brother of Illini product Brandon Paul, tweeted late Saturday night that he is transferring to Illinois. Paul, who must sit out the 2013-14 season due to NCAA transfer rules, averaged 10.4 points and 5.7 rebounds as a freshman at Western Michigan.

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Come get social with BTN across many platforms

A young brain cancer patient runs for a touchdown and the video is almost instantly shared across Twitter. A basketball coach reacts to the some tragic news and the clip goes viral on Facebook. And while the NCAA has reportedly banned Twitter hashtags from college football fields, TV networks like BTN use hashtags on the air all the time.

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Draymond Green has some fun on Twitter

Things are getting physical – as far the NBA goes these days – in the Golden State-Denver playoff series. Both head coaches are complaining, and during Tuesday night’s postgame press conference, George Karl said this: “Did Draymond Green play football or basketball at Michigan State?”

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Hoke to give students free donuts in 2013

There are some tweets that are hard to believe at first glance. For example, Michigan athletic media relations intern Laura Raines’ tweet Wednesday. See the tweet in this post.

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Tweets That Matter: Who has a give-a-damn meter?

BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart spends a big portion of his days on Twitter. While reading all the latest Big Ten tweets, Dienhart enjoys offering his opinion and thoughts on some of his favorite ones. See today’s collection of tweets in this post.

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Video: BTN.com's Tom Dienhart visits BTN telecast

BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart was in Madison, Wis., for Wisconsin’s spring game Saturday afternoon. Dienhart joined the telecast during the second half to offer his thoughts on the new-look Badgers. Watch Dienhart’s segment with the BTN crew now and get his tweets from the game in this post.

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Twitter: PGA's Donald congratulates NU golfer

It was a good day Tuesday for Jack Perry and the Northwestern men’s golf team. Perry broke PGA Tour players’ David Lipsky and Luke Donald’s school record for lowest 54-hole tournament total, carding a 16-under 200 (67-67-66), and Northwestern cruised to the NU Spring Invitational title at The Glen Club. Read full NUSports.com recap.

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Video: Robot delivers Michigan game ball

If one wasn’t on social media during the beginning of the Michigan spring game last Saturday, he or she probably didn’t hear about the robot that delivered the game ball to midfield. Yes, you read that correctly. The Wolverines had a robot present the game ball to the officials prior to their spring game at Michigan Stadium. Watch video of it in this post.

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Tweets That Matter: 'On Wisconsin' after every game?

Every weekday, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart selects several of the best tweets he sees and offers his opinion and thoughts on them. See today’s collection of tweets in this post.

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Tweets That Matter: Is AAU ball hurting scoring, game?

Every weekday, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart selects several of the best tweets he sees and offers his opinion and thoughts on them. See today’s collection of tweets in this post.

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Twitter: Spike Albrecht this, Spike Albrecht that

America, Spike Albrecht. Spike Albrecht, America. The Michigan freshman introduced himself to the nation with an out-of-this-world first half, in which the guard hit 6-of-7 shots and scored a career-high 17 points. His previous best entering the night: Seven. Check out the entertaining Twitter reaction to Albrecht’s unexpected first-half performance.

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Photos: Must-see Michigan timeout sign

Without seeing every sign Saturday night at the Georgia Dome, here’s a prediction: Not many topped the “Time Outs Left” one a pair of young Michigan fans hoisted toward the end of the Wolverines’ national semifinal win over Syracuse.

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Twitter: Reaction to Minnesota hiring Pitino

Minnesota hired Florida International coach Richard Pitino as its new men’s basketball coach Wednesday. Pitino, 30, is the son of legendary coach Rick Pitino, who guided Louisville to this year’s Final Four, his seventh career such trip. See the Twitter reaction to the hiring of the younger Pitino in this post.

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Twitter: Reaction to Tubby Smith's firing

Tubby Smith is out at Minnesota. The coach was fired Monday, one day after the Gophers were knocked out of the NCAA tourney. Smith, 61, spent six seasons in Minneapolis, tallying a 124-81 overall mark (.605), including 46-62 (.426) in the Big Ten. The Gophers made three NCAA tourney appearances under Smith, however they only went 1-3. See the Twitter reaction to Smith’s firing in this post.

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Ole Miss' Henderson tweets about Bruesewitz

Big Ten fans and Wisconsin fans, in particular, are going to hear a lot about Marshall Henderson between now and Friday’s Wisconsin-Ole Miss NCAA tourney game. The much-talked-about Henderson receives more than his share of national attention, nearly as much the result of his personality as his overall game. On Monday, Henderson tweeted about facing the Badgers.

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Watch BTN's postgame show on BTN/BTN2Go

Watch “The Big Ten Finale” on BTN  for full coverage of the entire day. It’s also online live at BTN2Go.

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Twitter: What would Iowa fans do for win tonight?

Some feel that Iowa will be dancing if it can upset Michigan State in Friday’s fourth and final Big Ten tourney quarterfinal at the United Center. A lot of things can happen between now and Selection Sunday, though. Still, just for fun, I proposed this question to my Iowa Twitter followers: What would you do for a win tonight? Many of the answers, to no surprise, were quite comical. See some of the best and most appropriate tweets in this post.

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Did You See This? Eric May soars for highlight dunk

Eric May is no stranger to highlight-reel dunks. May has this dunk currently in our Big Ten Dunk of the Year tournament, plus several other impressive ones throughout his career. In Thursday’s Big Ten tourney game against Northwestern, May took flight again – for what was arguably his best dunk. This time, he went coast-to-coast and took off from the “B1G” logo in the key for a powerful one-hander. Watch the ridiculous slam here and see Twitter reaction in this post.

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Did You See This? Hulls' emotional Senior Night speech

Jordan Hulls grew up a few miles from Indiana and his grandfather was an assistant on Bobby Knight’s staff, so it was only fitting that he would wear the candy stripe pants one day. Four seasons of sweet shooting later, the hometown kid couldn’t help but get emotional following his final game at Assembly Hall. Watch Hulls let the emotions flow throughout his memorable Senior Night speech Tuesday here.

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THON nets record $12.3 million, passes $100M all time

Penn State, you did it again. For the second consecutive year, THON, the school’s annual fundraiser, set a record for money raised to help fight pediatric cancer. This year, the students’ 46 straight hours of dancing, which concluded at 4 p.m. Sunday, resulted in $12.3 million. Add it all up, and since the event debuted in 1977, it’s raised more than $100 million for the Four Diamonds Fund at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital.

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BTN Connect 2.0: Follow tonight's games with it

On tonight’s Super Wednesday presented by Buffalo Wild Wings, we invite you to check out our new and improved online hub for in-game conversation, updates scores and stats, and more. BTN Connect is worth checking out today and every day throughout the season. 

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Twitter: Turner, Brust discuss big shots vs. Michigan

Right when Ben Brust’s buzzer-beater fell Saturday afternoon, it brought back memories of Evan Turner’s game-winner in the 2010 Big Ten tourney. Honestly, the two shots are that similar. Not just from the standpoint they both came against Michigan, either. Both also followed clutch shots by the Wolverines and were released from close to the same spot on the floor.

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Photo: Check out Dwayne Stephens' electric blue suit

Michigan State associate head coach Dwayne Stephens is turning a bunch of heads with his suit of choice for tonight’s game at Purdue. It’s hard not to notice the, let’s just call it, electric blue suit any time the camera follows the action going toward the basket on Michigan State’s end of the floor. See a photo of the suit in this post, plus check out what people are saying about it on Twitter.

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Did You See This? Berggren, Brust deliver highlights

Jared Berggren is compiling quite the highlight reel in his senior season. There was this second jam in a back-to-back sequence, this posterization of Victor Oladipo, and this drive and finish at Iowa, among several others. To little surprise, Berggren struck again in Saturday’s overtime win over No. 3 Michigan. Watch the And-1 dunk now and see Ben Brust‘s ridiculous OT-forcing 3-pointer at the buzzer in this post.

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