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Michigan Goes For the Win, Gets Intercepted

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Looking for Week 14 highlights, stats and game stories? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Catch up on all the day’s best highlights and check out all the stats and game recaps from an action-packed Week 14 in this post.

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Keith Appling throws down a monster dunk

Keith Appling

Appling Slices the D, Throws It Down

Michigan State guard Keith Appling threw down a dunk that will be talked about for days to come in East Lansing. The senior point guard split a pair of defenders and exploded for a thunderous one-handed posterizing dunk that brought the Breslin Center crowd to their feet on Friday afternoon.

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Minnesota unveils 'Dramatic Gopher' vs. Wisconsin

By now, you’ve probably seen one of the many “Dramatic Gopher” YouTube videos. Only a few seconds long, the brilliant set of videos has millions and millions of views. Its popularity should only increase after the Wisconsin-Minnesota game on Saturday. That’s because Minnesota used the little guy, twice, to taunt Wisconsin kicker Jack Russell.

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VIDEO: Spartan defender ejected for hit

Nov 23, 2013; Evanston, IL, USA; Northwestern Wildcats quarterback Kain Colter (2) is helped off the field during the first quarter against the Michigan State Spartans at Ryan Field. Michigan State Spartans safety Isaiah Lewis (9) was ejected from the game for the targeting hit. Mandatory Credit: Reid Compton-USA TODAY Sports

MSU's Lewis Ejected for Targeting

Michigan State’s Isaiah Lewis was ejected for targeting on this hit on Kain Colter in the first quarter of the Spartans game at Northwestern. Lewis was called for the foul after hitting Colter, who was attempting to catch a pass. Colter, who also plays quarterback, was playing wide receiver.

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Craft, roommates host Taco Tuesday for 1K students

When Ohio State senior Aaron Craft isn’t frustrating opponents or studying, there’s a good chance the polarizing Big Ten star is taking part in a Taco Night. On Tuesday night, Craft and his roommates hosted a Taco Tuesday, organized by the Office of Student Life, for 1,000 students in the Schottenstein Center.

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Watch our favorite dunks from week that was

Sam Thompson

Troy Williams and Luke Fischer Back-to-back Dunks

The past week on the hardwood gave us several highlight-reel dunks. There was the usual suspect, Ohio State’s high-flyer Sam Thompson, but several newcomers showed off their ups, too. Guys like Indiana’s Troy Williams and Purdue’s Basil Smotherman. Enjoy our favorite dunks from the week that was in this post.

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Video: See how Spartans celebrated win over Huskers

Michigan State had never beaten Nebraska entering Saturday afternoon’s game. So, as one can imagine, the locker room was a happy place after the Spartans carded a 41-28 victory and claimed a share of the Legends Division title. There was dancing – a lot of it. Defensive line coach Ron Burton led the way, and then several players took their turn.

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Purdue's Basil Smotherman posterizes Rider

Basil Smotherman

Basil Smotherman Throws it Down

Purdue’s Basil Smotherman threw down the kind of dunk that drops jaws in the second half of Sunday’s win over Rider. The freshman drove and exploded for a left-handed posterizing dunk that delighted the Mackey Arena faithful. Former Flyin’ Illini star Stephen Bardo, the color commentator for the game, liked what he saw, too, saying: “Putting Rider on a poster. They’re for the sale in the lobby coming up.”

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'Harry' and 'Lloyd' photobomb OSU's Aaron Craft

Halloween may be in the rear-view mirror, but that doesn’t mean sports fans can’t dress up and enjoy themselves at a game. A couple Marquette fans, in fact, attended Saturday’s game vs. Ohio State dressed as Harry and Lloyd from Dumb and Dumber. Ohio State assistant Jeff Boals found a great shot of the fans photobombing Aaron Craft.

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Did you see Michigan's wild last-second FG?

Brendan Gibbons

Michigan Ties Up the Game with a Field Goal

It isn’t often that a field goal can be called wild, but that’s just what Michigan’s last-second kick was at the end of regulation Saturday. Trailing 9-6 and with the clock inching close to zero following a Jeremy Gallon reception, the Wolverines rushed their field goal unit onto the field and somehow managed to get the snap off. The kick, Brendan Gibbons nailed it to send the game to overtime.

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High Five! Watch Carlos Hyde's 5 touchdowns

Carlos Hyde

Carlos Hyde's Five Touchdowns Against Illinois

Carlos Hyde had a day for the ages in Ohio State’s 60-35 victory Saturday at Illinois. The senior running back ran for 246 yards and scored five total touchdowns, both career highs. Hyde started his scoring frenzy with an 18-yard reception in the first quarter and went on to add four rushing scores, including a pair on back-to-back possessions late in the fourth quarter. Relive Hyde’s giant day in this post.

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Indiana, Michigan State win in Big Ten hoops action

NCAA Basketball: Samford at Indiana

Samford at Indiana - Basketball Top Plays

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Two of the Big Ten’s top teams were in action Friday night, and there were plenty of highlights for both Indiana and Michigan State. Yogi Ferrell poured in a game-high 26 points and Noah Vonleh added another double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds as the Hoosiers cruised to a 105-59 victory over Samford. In the nightcap, Adreian Payne had 26 points and 11 rebounds as Michigan State edged out a 62-53 win over Columbia.

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Whoops! You need to see this Kentucky shirt

What can $1.99 get you in Kentucky? A brand new Kentucky basketball shirt. Problem is, the shirt will make you look silly. That’s because the “Pursuit of Perfection”shirts are no longer relevant following No. 1 Kentucky’s loss to No. 2 Michigan State on Tuesday night. See the shirt in this post.

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Despite what Spartans say, this win meant something

Gary Harris

Appling Buries 3, Harris Gets Immediate Steal and Score

There will be a new No. 1 next week, and assuming Michigan State can avoid an upset vs. Columbia on Friday night, it will be the Spartans atop the polls. But Michigan State didn’t want to hear about that following its thrilling 78-74 victory over No. 1 Kentucky on Tuesday night at the United Center.

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Video: Sam Thompson, the inbound alley-oop artist

Sam Thompson

Thompson Slam Off the In-Bound

Ohio State played Tuesday night, and that means Sam Thompson put on another individual highlight reel. And, once again, this one featured yet another alley-oop on an inbound pass under Ohio State’s basket. He did it Nov. 3 vs. Walsh, and he did it a handful of times last season. One of these days, opponents will understand they have to keep the atheltic junior from running toward the hoop on inbound plays.

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What a night! Catch up on Big Ten hoops action

Branden Dawson

Kentucky vs. Michigan State - Top Plays

Down goes No. 1! No. 2 Michigan State dropped top-ranked Kentucky, 78-74, on Tuesday night in the Champions Classic at the United Center. The Spartans’ big win was just one of seven Big Ten games on the night. Get game recaps, stats and video highlights from all the games in this post.

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Jerry Kill talks hot Gophers, dance moves

Jerry Kill

Jerry Kill Joins #BTNLive

Jerry Kill joined Monday night’s #BTNLive to talk about the white-hot Gophers, his dance moves and his view from the coaches box during the team’s four-game winning streak. Kill, who is focused on getting his epilepsy under control, said he plans to stay in the box for the rest of the season. Why not? The team is 4-1 under acting head coach Tracy Claeys. Watch our interview with Kill in this post.

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Video: Lever lifts MSU to B1G field hockey tourney title

Michigan State Field Hockey

Adelle Lever Game Winning Goal

Michigan State trailed Iowa, 2-0, in the Big Ten Field Hockey Tournament finals, but the Spartans scored three unanswered goals to rally and claim the championship. And no goal was more impressive than Adelle Lever’s go-ahead and eventual game-winner. Watch Lever put the Spartans ahead in this post.

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Indiana's David Kenney ejected for targeting

Kevin Wilson

Make it three Big Ten players who have been ejected as a result of college football’s new targeting rule. On Saturday, Indiana’s David Kenney was the latest to be given the boot for his hit on Illinois quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase late in the fourth quarter. Watch the hit in this post.

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Video: Watch Jerry Kill dance after Penn State win

Everybody’s celebrating Minnesota’s 8-2 start and four straight wins. Yes, even Jerry Kill. The coach might be on a leave of absence to deal with his epilepsy, but he’s been in the booth watching his team during its hot streak. Following Minnesota’s 24-10 win over Penn State, the program’s first since 2004, Kill showed off his dance moves in the locker room. Watch the great scene in this post.

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Easy there! Gophers bust Governor's Victory Bell

Governor's Victory Bell

Gophers Celebrate Win Over PSU

Excuse the Gophers for being a little excited after beating Penn State on Saturday. Not only did the win clinch its fourth consecutive Big Ten triumph, it marked the team’s first win over the Nittany Lions in nearly a decade. So, when the Gophers finally got their hands on the Governor’s Victory Bell – for the first time since 2004 – they were so pumped that they busted the bell. Watch it happen here.

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