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Video: Best moments from Denard Robinson's career

Denard Robinson

Ultimate Denard Robinson Highlight

During the BTN era, it’s hard to believe there’s been a more polarizing athlete than Michigan’s Denard Robinson. Regardless of how one feels about him, he excited and thrilled on the football field. From his first snap against Western Michigan to his transition to wide receiver-running back this season, Robinson often proved worthy of the national spotlight. On Monday’s Big Ten Football Report, we looked back at Robinson’s best moments. Watch the feature now.

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Trevor Mbakwe gets swat, then big-time slam

Trevor Mbakwe

Mbakwe Blocks and Dunks

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It took Trevor Mbakwe most of the nonconference season to work his way back from last year’s season-ending knee surgery. Either that, or Tubby Smith just decided to bring him back slowly. It was probably the latter, come to think of it, but the sixth-year senior sure looks good now.

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Tim Miles, Nebraska give Tom Osborne framed jersey

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Tom Osborne Receives a Framed Jersey

Before Sunday’s game vs. Wisconsin, Nebraska coach Tim Miles presented recently retired athletic director Tom Osborne with a framed Nebraska jersey. It wasn’t any Nebraska jersey, either. It was the special alternate adidas jersey the Huskers wore Sunday, and it included Osborne’s name above the number, No. 1. Watch the presentation in this video now.

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Did You See This? Bo Ryan burns Tim Doyle

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Tim Doyle Gets Burned by Bo Ryan

Let’s get two things out of the way here first: 1.) Bo Ryan gives pretty entertaining postgame interviews, ones often peppered with a joke or two; and 2.) BTN analyst Tim Doyle’s Northwestern career was a lot better than most remember. OK, now that that’s out of the way, it’s time to get to Ryan’s postgame interview with Doyle following Sunday’s 47-41 victory at Nebraska.

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The week that was: BTN.com's top 10 videos

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McGary Blocks a Dunk, Burke Scores

Greg Bartram-USA TODAY Sports

Take a quick look at BTN.com’s top 10 videos from the past week, and you’ll notice Ohio State fans miss their football. More specifically, stud quarterback Braxton Miller. A month-plus after Ohio State’s final game, four of Miller’s incredible 2012 highlights made the list. The rest, of course, were basketball. See all of our top 10 most-watched videos in this post.

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Did You See This? Hardaway one-handed dunk

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Hardaway One-Handed Dunk

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No. 2 Michigan came up with more than its share of highlights (watch all of them) during Sunday’s victory over Iowa. None, however, were bigger than Tim Hardaway Jr.‘s terrific one-handed slam. In transition, Hardaway Jr. outraced several Hawkeyes down the floor, took the pass from Trey Burke, and threw it down over Iowa’s Eric May. Watch the dunk here, and see some Twitter reaction in this post.

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Michigan State denies Branden Dawson punch

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Branden Dawson - Travis Carroll Altercation

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Earlier Saturday, BTN aired a clip of Michigan State’s Branden Dawson possibly throwing a punch at Purdue’s Travis Carroll during Saturday afternoon’s game. Since then, Michigan State has reviewed the tape from different angles, and said it doesn’t appear Dawson threw a punch. Watch our video of the play in question now.

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Did You See This? Bertrand reverse alley-oop

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Bertrand Behind the Back Alley-oop

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While not quite to the level of J.R. Smith a few days ago, Illinois’ Joseph Bertrand went for a silly reverse alley-oop of his own in Saturday’s rout of Ohio State. Brandon Paul set up the highlight-reel play with a pass that he delivered from just inside the halfcourt line. Watch the reverse alley-oop here and see a great picture of it in this post.

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D.J. Byrd grabs late rebound, on knees, calls timeout

D.J. Byrd

D.J. Byrd Quick Thinking Timeout

There are plays that fans never forget, and D.J. Byrd came up with one in Wednesday’s 68-61 win over Illinois that the Purdue faithful should have no trouble remembering. With 21.5 seconds left, Purdue leading 63-61 and Jacob Lawson at the free-throw line, Byrd corralled a missed freebie, on his knees, and managed to call a timeout before going out of bounds. Watch the play here.

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The week that was: BTN.com's top 10 videos

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Coleman's 3rd Dunk Against Lafayette

Field goals aren’t the most thrilling play in football. But when a struggling kicker makes a 47-yard field goal to lift a team to a bowl win, it draws its share of attention. Dan Conroy’s game-winning boot in Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl is proof of that. Where does the kick land on BTN.com’s top 10 most-viewed videos of the past week? Find out in this post.

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Stauskas shows off three-point shooting skills

Nik Stauskas

Nik Stauskas Puts on Shooting Display

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During Saturday night’s basketball game between Michigan and Central Michigan on BTN, we aired a short look at a video from Michigan freshman sharpshooter Nik Stauskas during a timeout. Posted earlier this week on YouTube, the entire video was shot in the backyard of Stauskas’ home in Canada over the holiday break. It shows the Big Ten’s top three-point shooter in the nation nailing 45 of 50 attempts on his own hoop.

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Did You See This? Jim Jackson vs. Aaron Craft

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Jim Jackson Trick Shot

During Saturday’s Ohio State game against Chicago State on BTN, our crew showed a little video that captured BTN analyst and former Buckeye player Jim Jackson and current Buckeyes guard Aaron Craft trying the same trick shot. Both men missed their first attempt but they each make their second and it’s an impressive angle. “I let him get his confidence,” Jackson said of his approach to the competition with Craft, “and I took his cookies right away from him.”

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Did You See This? Bill O'Brien joins broadcast

Sep 1, 2012; University Park, PA, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions head coach Bill O'Brien leads the team onto the field prior to the game against Ohio Bobcats the at Beaver Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-US Presswire

Coach Bill O'Brien Interview

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During Sunday’s Penn State game on BTN, a trio of Penn State coaches, including football’s Bill O’Brien, joined the telecast. O’Brien sat down with our crew following the first media timeout. The Big Ten Coach of the Year spent several minutes with us, and even provided his share of analysis. Watch O’Brien break down the action now. Looks like the coach has a career when he’s done coaching.

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The week that was: BTN.com's top 10 videos

Gary Andersen

Ellenson's Behind the Back Dunk

Winthrop coach Pat Kelsey received plenty of attention for his powerful message about the Newtown tragedy following his team’s loss at Ohio State on Tuesday night. The video went viral, so it’s no surprise it took the No. 1 spot on BTN.com’s top 10 most-viewed videos of the past week. Check out the entire countdown in this post.

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5 on 5: Saturday's top hoops plays & players

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Eagles Dunked On by Eric May

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It was another busy Saturday on the Big Ten hardwood. Seven teams were in action (catch up on all the games), and even though Illinois (Missouri) and Ohio State (Kansas) fell in the day’s biggest tests, there were plenty of highlights and strong individual performances. Watch Saturday’s top plays and see the top statlines in this post.

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Did You See This? Smith Jr. dunks over Withey

Lenzelle Smith Jr.

Slam Dunk by OSU's Smith

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Kansas big man Jeff Withey leads the nation in blocks, averaging 5.4 swats per game entering Saturday’s game at Ohio State. So, as you can imagine, not many players succeed in challenging the stud center near the rim. Unless your name is Lenzelle Smith Jr., apparently. The Ohio State junior went at Withey and hammered home a left-handed slam in the first half of Saturday afternoon’s loss. Watch the dunk here.

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Did You See This? Eric May's ridiculous And-1

Eric May

Eagles Dunked On by Eric May

Injuries have kept Iowa senior Eric May from being the player many thought he’d become following an impressive freshman campaign. That doesn’t mean he isn’t capable of the occasional big game or highlight-reel play, though. May flashed his incredible athleticism – not to mention strength – on a silly And-1 flush during Saturday’s win vs. Coppin State. Watch the dunk now.

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Did You See This? Call him 'The 3-Point Doctor'

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Want to Learn to Shoot 3's? Watch This Guy

At the halftime of Friday’s women’s basketball game between Indiana and Xavier that aired live online on the Big Ten Digital Network, Dr. Lee Walden put on a pretty impressive shooting clinic. Walden, a travelling three-point specialist, shot 74 percent from three-point range as part of a game-related promotion. Watch it all in the video in this post.

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Video: Watch Devyn Marble hit trey after trey

NCAA Basketball: Big Ten Media Day

Devyn Marble Scores Six 3-Pointers

Reid Compton-US PRESSWIRE

It’s heat-check time, and Iowa junior Devyn Marble keeps hitting. The guard, fresh off a 30-point effort Saturday, hit 6-of-8 3-pointers on his way to scoring  27 points in Wednesday’s 90-46 victory over South Carolina State. If it weren’t for the lopsided score, Marble, who sat much of the second half, probably would have tallied his first back-to-back 30-point games. Either way, Marble’s night was remarkable. Watch all six of Marble’s treys now.

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Did You See This? Kelsey on Newtown tragedy

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Winthrop Coach Pat Kelsey on Connecticut Shooting

Winthrop coach Pat Kelsey offered some powerful words about the recent tragedy in Newtown, Conn., at the end of his press conference after Tuesday’s 65-55 loss at Ohio State. The Cincinnati native and former Xavier player and assistant talked about how lucky he feels to be able to go home to his two young daughters in the wake of last week’s tragedy but said it’s time for America to do something. Watch Kelsey’s message now.

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The week that was: BTN.com's top 10 videos

Trevor Mbakwe

Trevor Mbakwe Rebound Dunk

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It’s time to take a look back at BTN.com’s most-watched videos of the past week. One look at this top 10 list, and it’s clear people like watching Ohio State’s Sam Thompson dunk. Four of his slams land on the countdown, including his windmill Saturday afternoon.

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