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Watch Matt Painter interview Patrick Chambers before game

Before Matt Painter and Patrick Chambers faced off Saturday afternoon, the two head coaches had a fun interaction. While waiting for their customary pregame BTN interviews, the former began interviewing the latter, when BTN analyst Stephen Bardo handed Painter the mic to make it real. Painter knew what to do, and asked Chambers, “What would you think are going to be the keys against Purdue today?” Chambers’ response: “We’re going to need a good whistle today.” The interview had both coaches laughing out loud. Also: It sure looks like Painter is comfortable on the other end of the mic. Watch

Bracketology: Taking the Big Ten's NCAA temperature

March Madness is less than two months away. Let's see where bracketologists Jerry Palm and Joe Lunardi expect Big Ten teams to land in the NCAA tournament field.

The Replacements: Top 5 Nebraska players to replace

Nebraska will look to replace some talent on the field in Mike Riley's third year as head coach, including at quarterback. Tom Dienhart breaks down the top five departing Huskers.

No. 25 Maryland holds off Iowa, 84-76

No. 25 Maryland was tested by Iowa but emerged with the 84-76 road victory Thursday. Melo Trimble led the way with 20 points for the Terps, who are now in sole possession of first place in the Big Ten at 5-1.

The Replacements: Top 5 Minnesota players to replace

Minnesota replaced its head coach, but will have to replace some outgoing talent on the field, as well. Tom Dienhart lists the top five departing Gopher players.

Big Ten Q&A: Nebraska's Tai Webster

The Auckland, New Zealand, native has been the key cog for a Cornhuskers team that is 9-9 overall and 3-3 in the Big Ten.

Big Ten Network launches League of Legends College Season

BTN and Riot Games, the creator of League of Legends, today announced the launch of the official BTN League of Legends season. The new pilot program, in which clubs from Big Ten Universities take part in a season-long competition, will result in one school being crowned the BTN League of Legends Champion in the most played PC video game in the world. Clubs from Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Northwestern, Ohio State, Purdue, Rutgers and Wisconsin will all play in the inaugural season, which will kick on off Jan. 30 on BTN2Go and watch.lolesports.com. The Big Ten