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Throwback Thursday Q&A: Badgers' Mike Bruesewitz

With Wisconsin set to play in the Sweet 16 tonight, this week’s Throwback Thursday Q&A shines the spotlight on Mike Bruesewitz. Bruesewitz, who is in his rookie pro season with Hapoel Jerusalem of the Israeli Winners League, averaged 4.6 points, four rebounds and 1.2 steals during his Wisconsin career (2009-2013). We got in touch with the former Wisconsin bundle of energy to discuss his much-talked-about hairdos, new pro career (view his player profile) and the Badgers, among other things. Read BTN.com’s full email Q&A with Bruesewitz below. [ MORE: Listen to Bruesewitz’s “Life Beyond the Fro” podcast ] BTN.com: You

Throwback Thursday Q&A: Ohio State's J.J. Sullinger

J.J. Sullinger had a consistent and solid three-year career at Ohio State. From 2003-06, the older brother of Jared Sullinger started 86 of 94 games, shot 49.5 percent and averaged 9.9 points, 5.7 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 0.9 steals. Also, he helped lead the Buckeyes to the 2006 Big Ten title, their first since 1992. After his Ohio State career, Sullinger played pro ball in the Philippines, Poland, Belgium, Austria and China. His playing days now over, Sullinger is the lead real estate buyer’s agent for The Lambright Team, a company out of Westerville, Ohio. Read my full email Q&A

Throwback Thursday Q&A: Iowa's Jeff Horner

Jeff Horner had a fantastic four-year career at Iowa. From 2002-06, Horner started 122 games and was a stat-sheet stuffing point guard who averaged 12.2 points, 4.6 rebounds, 4.9 assists, 1.3 steals and 2.1 3-pointers. He finished his career as Iowa’s all-time leader in 3-pointers (262) and assists (612). He also helped guide the Hawkeyes to their last two NCAA tournaments, in 2005 and 2006. Nowadays, following a pro career overseas and a stint with the Iowa Energy, Horner is the head coach at Valley High School in West Des Moines, Iowa. Read BTN.com’s full email Q&A with Horner in

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Throwback Thursday Q&A: Spartans' Morris Peterson

When it comes to college and pro success among recent Big Ten basketball players, it doesn’t get much better than Morris Peterson. Not only did the ex-Michigan State star claim Big Ten Player of the Year and All-America honors en route to the Spartans’ 2000 NCAA title, the Big Ten’s last crown, he enjoyed a successful 11-year NBA career. His playing day behind him, Peterson runs his own clothing company, World Artist Refuge, and manages an entertainment artist touring company, World Artist Transport. He also does philanthropic work in Flint, Mich., and New Orleans, and is in the process of

Throwback Thursday Q&A: Penn State's Joe Crispin

Joe Crispin was a scoring machine throughout his Penn State career (1997-2001). The guard averaged 15.6 points in four seasons, thanks in large part to burying 308 3-pointers (2.4 per game). Currently, Crispin, who played 10 pro seasons, including stints with the NBA’s Suns and Lakers, is retired and runs Crispin Basketball in southern New Jersey. The former Nittany Lion guard has four children, all under the age of 10, and is preparing to get into coaching. Read BTN.com’s full email Q&A with Crispin. [ MORE: Previous Q&As: Chris Kramer | Damian Johnson | A.J. Guyton ] BTN.com: I’m curious,

Throwback Thursday Q&A: Indiana's A.J. Guyton

A.J. Guyton compiled quite the career as a four-year starter at Indiana, from 1996-2000. As a freshman, the Peoria, Ill., native won Big Ten Freshman of the Year and was second-team All-Big Ten. As a senior, Guyton was Big Ten Player of the Year (media) and a first-team All-America. Along the way, the guard scored 2,100 points (16.4 career average), the fourth-most in Indiana annals. I caught up with Guyton, who is retired and coaches his high school alma mater’s JV team and the Bloomington (Ill) Flex, of the Premier Basketball League, for an email Q&A. [ MORE: Previous Q&As:

Throwback Thursday Q&A: Gophers' Damian Johnson

Minnesota product Damian Johnson never averaged double digits in a season – he came painstakingly close as a senior (9.9) – but he didn’t need to score to make an impact. The 6-7 forward averaged 4.4 rebounds, 1.7 blocks and 1.8 steals per game in his final three seasons. BTN.com caught up with the former Gopher (2006-2010) who recently signed a deal to play pro ball in Australia. Read our full email Q&A with Johnson below. [ MORE: Throwback Thursday Q&A: Purdue’s Chris Kramer ] BTN.com: First thing’s first: How much culture shock was there as a Louisiana kid going

Throwback Thursday Q&A: Purdue's Chris Kramer

BTN.com recently caught up with former Purdue guard and two-time Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year Chris Kramer. Kramer, who played at Purdue from 2006-2010 and has since spent time in the NBA Development League and Puerto Rico, is in his second season with EWE Baskets Oldenburg (Germany). See his 2013-14 stats here. [ MORE: View Kramer’s pro profile | See Google pictures | Look back at his Purdue bio ] Check out our full email Q&A with the Purdue product below. BTN.com: We’ll start off really easy: What was your favorite part of playing at Purdue and in