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Michigan State's Gary Harris to enter NBA draft

Michigan State sophomore Gary Harris will turn pro, the school announced Monday afternoon. This surprises no one, as Harris is projected by most to be a lottery selection. In fact, some felt Harris could have gone pro after his freshman season, when he averaged 12.9 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.4 assists. [ MORE: Who’s on the move? See Big Ten NBA draft entrants, transfers ] The 6-4 Harris is a sweet shooter who excels in the open court. He can shoot, pass, work off the dribble and defend. Bottom line: Harris is the complete player and was the preseason pick

Nik Stauskas

Which undeclared B1G player is most NBA-ready?

It’s already mid-April, which means that the NBA draft is quickly approaching. Several Big Ten players have yet to officially announce their future plans. That list includes the likes of Branden Dawson (Michigan State), A.J. Hammons (Purdue), Gary Harris (Michigan State), Mitch McGary (Michigan), Glenn Robinson III (Michigan) and Nik Stauskas (Michigan). That’s a talented list of players, which brought me to the following query: Which of these undeclared Big Ten players is the most NBA-ready right now? I posed the question to eight top-notch writers who cover Big Ten hoops closely. Here is what I got. * Michigan State’s

NCAA Football: Nebraska at Purdue

Dienhart: Nebraska spring football wrap

With all of the tackling, running, hitting and passing that went on across the Big Ten during spring football games last Saturday, the top story was about Bo Pelini carrying a cat onto the field. And so it went during a Nebraska spring game that often times was more carnival than game. Here’s what I gleaned as Bo Pelini enters his seventh season in Lincoln looking to notch this program’s first conference crown since 1999. [ MORE: Watch a replay of the Nebraska spring game on BTN2Go ] 1. Tommy Armstrong entered the spring with something to prove; and he

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Nik Stauskas to announce NBA draft decision Tuesday

Michigan sophomore guard Nik Stauskas will announce his decision to return to school or enter the NBA Draft in a press conference on Tuesday. [ MORE: Michigan State’s Gary Harris to enter NBA Draft ] Stauskas released the following tweet early Monday evening. And for those who have been asking, I will be holding a press conference tomorrow at school where I will announce my decision. — Nik Stauskas (@NStauskas11) April 14, 2014 Michigan’s athletic department sent out a release shortly after, stating that a press conference will take place at 3:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday at the Crisler Center

NCAA Football: Rutgers at Central Florida

Video: Rutgers draws up trick play for young fans

Big Ten football fans will love what Kyle Flood and Rutgers did for two young fans, both confined to wheelchairs due to Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD), at the conclusion of practice Saturday. In a moment that will remind many of Jack Hoffman’s touchdown run, the Scarlet Knights had Danny Garofalo, 11, and Matt DeRiggi, 16, in the team huddle and drew up a trick play for them. [ MORE: NJ.com: Touchdown has special meaning for two young Rutgers fans ] Matt took the handoff, and Danny came across the field for a reverse that he took it to the house.

Mark Dantonio & Taiwan Jones

Here are 10 Big Ten headlines to start your week

Badgers quarterback Joel Stave missed the Wisconsin spring game with injury. And Tanner McEvoy took advantage by excelling. It has been a weird career for McEvoy, who arrived from a JC as a quarterback, moved to safety and is now back at quarterback. No doubt, Wisconsin needs better play from under center. Maybe McEvoy can be the guy. At the least, the competition at the position has to be good, right?  *** Michigan State will miss Max Bullough at inside linebacker, a productive player who doubled as a heart-and-soul guy. But the Spartans think they have found a replacement in

Wisconsin Dance Off

Top 5 moments from Saturday's spring games

Sometimes, it’s the moments that have nothing to do with the game itself that highlight spring football. We saw proof of that Saturday, a day that featured plenty of memorable moments in eight games. Watch your team’s replay on BTN2Go. I decided to rank the top 5 moments from the busy day of spring football, and you can see the list in this post. [ MORE: Check out what Rutgers did for two young fans ] 1. Bo Pelini enters field with cat [ MORE: Did you see this Bo Pelini “Lion King” photoshop? ] 2. Wisconsin fan has dance-off

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Dienhart: Wisconsin spring football wrap

Wisconsin’s Gary Andersen inherited some good talent from Bret Bielema, riding that skill to a nine-win season in 2013 that would have culminated with a BCS bowl if not for that Senior Day loss to Penn State. But now, Andersen faces some big voids—especially on defense. That side of the ball was a major emphasis for the Badgers this spring. And, the unit showed some spark during last Saturday’s spring game. Here’s what I learned about that and other aspects of this Badger team as it heads to the offseason. [ MORE: Watch a replay of the Wisconsin spring game

Steve Mitchell

Braxton Miller knocks Michigan spring attendance

Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller didn’t compete in the Scarlet and Gray Spring Game on Saturday, but that didn’t mean he wasn’t involved in the action. Miller sent out a tweet Sunday morning of a graphic that compared Ohio State and Michigan’s spring game attendance. pic.twitter.com/BpY08WGXix — BRAXTON MILLER (@BraxtonMiller5) April 13, 2014 [ MORE: Top 5 moments from Saturday’s spring games ] If the numbers are correct, the difference in attendance is near 45,000 people, which is undoubtedly a significant amount. However, we probably shouldn’t chalk this up to anything more than a couple rival schools having some good

Cole Chiappialle

Dienhart: Penn State spring football wrap

The Penn State spring game ushered in the James Franklin era amid much excitement and energy in front of over 72,000 fans, the most for any spring game this year. It couldn’t be any other way with a coach like the enthusiastic Franklin. The Blue squad took a resounding 37-0 win over the White squad. Here are some things I learned. [ MORE: Watch a replay of the Penn State spring game on BTN2Go ] 1. Penn State’s already loaded backfield may have another weapon. Preferred walk-on Cole Chiappialle could be added to the mix to go along with the