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Video: Caris LeVert steals it and soars for dunk

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Caris LeVert Steal and Dunk

Here’s a safe assumption: Caris LeVert wouldn’t have been able to pull off the kind of highlight he did in Wednesday night’s win over No. 10 Iowa. The steal part, sure, he could have done. As for the driving to the hoop and jumping off his wrong foot and throwing down a powerful left-handed poke, we’re not so sure. Watch the highlight in this post.

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Video: NU holds moment of silence for Purdue tragedy

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Northwestern Moment of Silence for Purdue Tragedy

Purdue had plenty of support on the road Tuesday in Evanston, and it wasn’t just from Boilermaker fans. That’s because members of The Wildside, Northwestern’s student section, wrote “Stand With Purdue” on their chests to show support for the visitors (see photo below), who had a fatal shooting at their school earlier in the day. The Wildcats also held a moment of silence prior to the tip. Talk about classy!

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Video: Nebraska fans storm court after Ohio State win

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Nebraska Fans Storm Court After OSU Win

Nebraska entered Monday night’s contest vs. Ohio State winless in the Big Ten (0-4) and o-fer vs. the Buckeyes (0-6) since joining the Big Ten. So, one knew if the Huskers pulled off the upset of the 17th-ranked team, a court storming could be in store. The Huskers carded the upset, 68-62, and the fans did the expected. Watch the Nebraska fans celebrate Monday night’s win in this post.

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Go all-access with James Franklin & Penn State

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Penn State Football 2014 - A New Era Begins

We’ve heard new Penn State football coach James Franklin address the media several times. The former Vanderbilt coach gets it and understands how to make an impression. But, what has had to say to his inherited players, and how have they received it? We now know the answer to those questions, thanks to the team’s behind-the-scenes video.

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Was Roy Marble impressed? Check out the slow clap

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Roy Devyn Marble's 3-Pointer Leads to Dad's Slow Clap

Sometimes, you’re so impressed by what you’ve seen that a slow clap is required. That was the case for Iowa legend Roy Marble after watching his son, Devyn Marble, start the second half on fire Sunday afternoon. Devyn, who was held to one point in the first half, erupted for nine points in the first 2:09 (And-1 & back-to-back treys), an effort that brought Roy to his feet and had him slow clapping. Watch the moment in this post.

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Video: Nik Stauskas hits 'cold-blooded' trey at Wisconsin

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Nik Stauskas 3-Pointer

Nik Stauskas has hit a lot of big shots in his year-plus at Michigan. That said, he hasn’t hit many bigger than the clutch 3-pointer he nailed in the final minute Saturday at No. 3 Wisconsin. Up one point and with just under a minute left, Stauskas went between the legs and drained a trey to help Michigan tally its first win in Madison since 1999. Watch the pretty shot in this post.

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Nebraska helmet pokes fun of Texas logo

No one will argue that Nebraska has been an outstanding addition to the Big Ten conference since joining back in 2011. But don’t think for a second that Huskers players have completely dismissed some of their old Big 12 rivalries.

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Illinois' John Groce delivers strong postgame statement

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John Groce 1/15 Postgame Press Conference

After kicking off the Big Ten season with impressive wins over Indiana and Penn State, Illinois has now lost three straight, including Wednesday night’s 66-58 loss to Purdue in Champaign. Illinois coach John Groce addressed the media following the game and had some strong words, making it very clear how unhappy he was with his team’s performance.

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Video: Michigan State goes all-Duke vs. Chris Collins

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Spartan Defense Slaps the Ground

It’s not rare to see teams slap the floor as a group as they set up on defense vs. Duke. It’s a Duke thing, after all, and teams aren’t shy about mocking the tradition when they play the Blue Devils. Who says you can’t also do it vs. former Duke products? New Northwestern coach Chris Collins played for Duke and also spent 13 seasons there as an assistant, so perhaps that’s why the Spartans all slapped the floor early in Wednesday’s game.

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Photo: You have to see this Gophers' giveaway

It’s going to be cold for Friday night’s Hockey City Classic between Ohio State and Minnesota at TCF Bank Stadium (9 p.m. ET, BTN/BTN2Go). In fact, according to weather.com, 11 degrees is the high for Minneapolis on Friday. That’s cold. And to help students combat the frigid conditions, the team will hand out one of the better giveaways we’ve seen in some time. See it in this post.

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Do we? Don't we? OK, let's do it! Indiana fans storm court

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Indiana Upsets Wisconsin, Fans Storm Court

How do fans celebrate their team snapping a 12-game losing streak to a rival and sending said opponent to its first loss of the season? The answer for Indiana fans Tuesday vs. Wisconsin was by storming the court. Kind of. After Indiana held off No. 3 Wisconsin, which entered the game 16-0, the fans didn’t seem to know what to do. The result was a half-hearted court storming.

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Video: Glenn Robinson III soars for nasty alley-oop

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Glenn Robinson III Alley-Oop Jam

Glenn Robinson III in the open floor is a wonderful thing to watch. It’s even better when he’s in the open floor and one of his Michigan teammates lobs an alley-oop his way. That was the case in Tuesday night’s 80-67 win vs. Penn State, and Robinson III didn’t disappoint at all on the transition alley-oop. Watch the highlight and another one of his dunks in this post.

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Bo Ryan, Tom Crean slow down handshake

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Indiana Upsets Wisconsin, Fans Storm Court

The last time Wisconsin played at Indiana, Bo Ryan and Tom Crean shared what had to go down as the fastest postgame handshake in the history of the game. Seriously. If you don’t remember it, watch it at the bottom of this post. Things were quite different following Indiana’s 75-72 upset over the undefeated and third-ranked Badgers on Tuesday. The two coaches shared a lengthy embrace.

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Video: McCaffery chest-bumps players after win

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Fran McCaffrey Celebration Chest Pumps

Let’s just say Fran McCaffery was really excited about Sunday’s upset at No. 3 Ohio State. And who can blame him? This was McCaffery’s first game back from the one-game suspension he received for his actions in last week’s loss at Wisconsin. It also marked Iowa’s first win over a top 5 team since 2001. So, how excited was he? Well, the Iowa coach had chest-bumps for his players after the final buzzer. Watch it in this post.

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Video: Aaron Craft saves ball, takes out cheerleader

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Aaron Craft Gives Up His Body

Another Ohio State game, another opportunity for Aaron Craft to amaze fans with his all-out hustle. While the latest example came in Sunday’s home loss vs. No. 20 Iowa, Craft’s effort to save a ball under his own basket can’t be ignored. Not only did he save the ball, he went airborne – as he often does – and took out a cheerleader who was seated right under the basket. Watch the hustle play in this post.

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Video: James Franklin greets young Penn State fans

New Penn State football coach James Franklin has landed and is ready for his introductory press conference, which will air live at 4:15 p.m. ET on BTN2Go. After touching down at the University Park Airport, Franklin met media and fans who were awaiting his arrival. He even stopped to introduce himself to a couple young fans. Watch the video in this post.

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Michigan's Derrick Walton Jr. sinks half-court shot

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Derrick Walton Jr. Half-Court Buzzer Beater

Michigan’s Derrick Walton Jr. hit the kind of shot on Thursday night that kids dream about when shooting hoops in their driveway growing up. The Wolverines’ freshman point guard took one dribble and heaved a half-court shot at the halftime buzzer, which swished through the basket and put the Wolverines up 33-30 over Nebraska heading into the half.

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