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Latest Cody Zeller News

Could Trey Burke, Cody Zeller be on 2016 Team USA?

Indiana’s Cody Zeller and Michigan’s Trey Burke shared last season’s Big Ten Freshman of the Year. Could they share a court in the 2016 Olympics? That’s what CBSSports.com’s Jeff Goodman predicts. With rumors that Olympic basketball will go with players 23-and-under beginning in 2016, Goodman compiled his Team USA roster, and the starting 5 included the current Indiana and Michigan stars. [CBSSports.com: 2016 Olympic Team: Major changes likely with coach, personnel] US PRESSWIRE Burke and Zeller are joined in the starting lineup by high school star Jabari Parker, former Kentucky standout and 2012 No. 1 pick Anthony Davis and current

Did You See This? Fans' Cody Zeller tribute

Indiana fans love Cody Zeller. The rising sophomore not only brought the Hoosiers back to relevancy last season, he also put off the NBA to return to Bloomington for at least one more year. Grateful for both things, the Indiana faithful knows Zeller’s decision means the world, especially with the nucleus the Hoosiers have coming back in 2012-13. The fans are so excited, in fact, some of them created an entertaining YouTube video in Zeller’s honor. If you haven’t see it, watch the video in this post. [BTN.com: Cody Zeller made right call staying at Indiana] Some good work right

Indiana Hoosiers forward Cody Zeller (40) drives against the Wisconsin Badgers during the second half of the second round of 2012 Big Ten Tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Wisconsin defeated Indiana 79-71. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

Cody Zeller made right call staying at Indiana

A year ago at this time, Ohio State’s Jared Sullinger and Baylor’s Perry Jones were projected high lottery picks in the 2012 NBA Draft. Injuries, however, saw the two stars drop to No. 21 and No. 28, respectively, in last week’s draft. Using that logic, LostLetttermen.com’s Anthony Olivieri brought up this interesting question in a recent column: could Cody Zeller, the No. 1 pick in several 2013 mock drafts, regret coming back for his sophomore season? [LostLettermen.com: Cody Zeller May Regret Staying in School] It’s something to consider. Who knows where Zeller would have gone in last week’s draft if

Indiana Hoosiers forward Cody Zeller (40)dunks the ball as Christian Watford (2) looks on during practice the day before the semifinals of the south region of the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Daniel Shirey-US PRESSWIRE

Watford, Zeller to Return to IU Next Season

Let the anticipation begin at Indiana. With the official announcement this morning that Christian Watford and Cody Zeller were returning to the Hoosiers for next season, Indiana can begin thinking big for 2012-13. How big? The Hoosiers may be the preseason No. 1 team. At the least, Indiana figures to be the heavy favorite to win the Big Ten for the first time since 2001-02, when the Hoosiers also lost in the national title game to Maryland with Mike Davis as the coach. Indiana last won the national championship in 1986-87 under Bobby Knight’s stewardship. The decision of Watford and

Wrapping Up the Regular Season

Josh: It’s time to reflect on another season of Big Ten hoops. I think the rest of college basketball has finally taken notice of something that’s been true for the past 18 months or so–the Big Ten is the best conference in college basketball. Still, you look at the conference today, you see two great teams, 3 pretty darn good teams, a team good enough to make the Dance, and then mediocrity. Heck, even a couple of pretty bad teams. I mean, it’s hard to say the conference underachieved, but here goes–the conference underachieved. Sure, this is still the best

Michigan State's Draymond Green

Get the 2011-12 All-Big Ten hoops teams

BTN announced the 2011-12 All-Big Ten Men’s Basketball Teams live on Monday night. Michigan State star Draymond Green was the only unanimous first-team player and also won Player of the Year from the coaches and the media, while Green’s coach, Tom Izzo, claimed both Coach of the Year honors. As for the highly debated Freshman of the Year laurel, Trey Burke (media) and Cody Zeller (coaches) were both selected. Let the debate continue! See all the teams and superlative winners in this post. Earlier Monday, BTN.com’s Tom Dienhart and Brent Yarina posted their own teams. See them here. Watch our

Big Ten Geeks: The Buckeyes Strike Back

With Keith Appling draped all over him, William Buford hit an absolute dagger of a shot to help Ohio State down Michigan State and ensure a three-way tie atop the Big Ten conference for the season. While that makes banner manufacturers very happy, it was not the result the Spartans were expecting after they found themselves up by 9 after the first half. Ohio State won this game by keeping MSU off the glass, getting to the free throw line, and by the excellent work by whoever had the job of talking Buford into coming back to school every May.

Indiana's Victor Oladipo

Green, Oladipo, Zeller rattle rim

There were some rim-rattling slams on the hoop going to the right on your TV screen in Indiana’s victory over Michigan State on Wednesday. Draymond Green started it with a steal that he turned into a powerful And-1 in the first 20 minutes; in the second half, Victor Oladipo added a thunderous dunk, and Cody Zeller matched Green’s steal and slam. As they say, things come in threes. Which dunk was the best? Watch Zeller’s slam now and see the other two in this post. Then, cast your vote for the top dunk. Prediction: It’s going to be a close

Big Ten Geeks: Minnesota's Bubble Bursts

Another night, another set of at-large hopes dashed. On Wednesday evening, Minnesota hoped to keep their NCAA Tournament hopes alive, at least for another few days, with a crucial home matchup against Michigan State. Things were looking up when the Gophers took a nine-point lead with just over 10 minutes remaining. Maybe Minnesota really would pull this off and get back onto the bubble. Maybe not. The Gophers made just two field goals over the final 10 minutes, with one of them being a meaningless three with two seconds left. The split of efficiencies completely changed over the final 16

Big Ten Freshman of the Year: Burke or Zeller?

In the waning moments of Michigan’s upset win over Ohio State on Saturday, the Twitterverse started naming Trey Burke the Big Ten Freshman of the Year. The point guard was instrumental in the win, scoring 17 points and dishing out five assists, but let’s not consider this thing over. The race is just heating up, as Indiana’s Cody Zeller has been every bit as impressive — probably even more so the past couple of weeks. Brent Yarina breaks down the two worthy candidates in this post. OVERALL STATS Trey Burke: 43.1%, 14.1 ppg, 3.4 rpg, 4.8 rpg, 0.9 spg, 0.4