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5:00 PMPenn State NationalWatch
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Best of the week that was: Carsen Edwards, Purdue continue to shine

As we wade deeper in January, this much is clear: Purdue looks like a Final Four team. In fact, no squad in America is hotter, as the Boilermakers have won 15 in a row. This much also is clear: Ohio State, which is tied with Purdue atop the standings, is for real.

25 years later: Watch Iowa's tribute video to Chris Street

It's been 25 years since the Iowa community lost men's basketball player Chris Street. On Saturday, the Hawkeyes honored their former star who was killed on Jan. 19, 1993, when his car was hit by a snowplow.

Wisconsin rumbles past Illinois, 75-50

MADISON, Wis. (AP) Ethan Happ scored 16 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and dished out five assists Friday night as Wisconsin broke out of an offensive to beat Illinois 75-50. Happ was one of four Badgers (10-10, 3-4 Big Ten) who scored in double figures, led by Brad Davison’s 18. The win snapped a streak of three straight conference losses in which the Badgers failed to score more than 60 points. But they cracked that mark with more than 11 minutes in the game, and their 43 points to open the contest was their best mark for a half in Big

The Replacements: Top 5 Ohio State players to replace

Ohio State loses some key players, including S Damon Webb, TE Marcus Baugh, DE Tyquan Lewis, DT Tracy Sprinkle and LBs Jerome Baker and Chris Worley. Here are the top five Buckeyes to replace.

Maryland uses hot second half to bury Minnesota

Kevin Huerter scored 19 points, Anthony Cowan Jr. had a career-high 10 assists and Maryland used a strong second half to beat cold-shooting Minnesota 77-66 Thursday night.