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Dienhart: Scouting the Big Ten in Sweet 16

The Sweet 16 is around the corner. Wisconsin takes on Baylor on Thursday, while Michigan plays Tennessee and Michigan State battles Virginia on Friday. Let’s break down the action involving the three Big Ten teams. [ MORE: View the official interactive NCAA bracket ] Over-seeded: Hard to say any of the Big Ten teams are over-seeded. Michigan and Wisconsin are No. 2 seeds. Michigan State is a No. 4. The Badgers may be—MAY BE—a smidge over-seeded. They did almost lose to No. 7 Oregon in the third round, rallying from a 12-point halftime deficit to win 85-77. If that game

Logan Stieber Ohio State Wrestling

Wrestling Report: 2014 season wrap-up

The Big Ten had a successful run at the NCAA Championships as Penn State won its fourth consecutive title and Big Ten athletes took home six of the 10 individual titles. Kara Lentz wraps up the wrestling season and talks to Logan Stieber, Ohio State’s three-time wrestling champion.

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Dienhart: 16 fun numbers for the Sweet 16

The NCAA tourney is down to the Sweet 16. No. 2 Michigan will battle No. 11 Tennessee; No. 2 Wisconsin will battle No. 6 Baylor; No. 4 Michigan State will take on No. 1 Virginia. Here are 16 fun numbers to keep in mind while watching the upcoming action. [ MORE: View 2014 Final Four court | Nine Sweet 16 coaches have B1G ties ] 55.5, points allowed per game by Virginia, Michigan State’s foe. That ranks No. 1 in the nation. The Cavaliers rank No. 9 in the nation in field-goal percentage defense, allowing opponents to shoot just 38.6

Noah Vonleh

Big Ten roster updates: Who's on the move?

The college basketball season is coming to a close and the NBA draft is fast approaching. As is this case every year around this time, Big Ten players are busy announcing their future plans, whether it be a jump to the pros or a transfer. Get caught up on all the decisions in this post. GOING PRO Indiana freshman Noah Vonleh just told @CBSSports by phone that he will enter the 2014 NBA Draft. Story coming … — Gary Parrish (@GaryParrishCBS) March 24, 2014 [ MORE: Dienhart: Vonleh’s decision to go pro is no surprise ] Ohio State's LaQuinton Ross

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Dienhart: What I'll be watching at Iowa spring drills

Last season, Iowa got back on track by rebounding from a 4-8 (2-6 Big Ten) season and going 8-5 (5-3). Now in his 16th season, Kirk Ferentz is looking to get the Hawkeyes back on top as they compete to win the new Big Ten West Division. Iowa will have a nice collection of running backs, led by Jordan Canzeri, Mark Weisman and LeShun Daniels. And Jake Rudock showed promise in his first season as the starting quarterback. The o-line also should be solid with Brandon Scherff ranking as one of the top left tackles in the nation. Center Austin

Tom Crean

Here are today's 10 Big Ten headlines

Lots going on at Indiana recently, with the recent announcement that Jeremy Hollowell and Austin Etherington will transfer. Even bigger: Noah Vonleh is going to turn pro after just one season. Earlier, Luke Fischer bolted. Last season, Remy Abell and Maurice Creek transferred. Jeff Rabjohns of has a nice recap of all the activity. Don’t fret the attrition, Hoosiers fans. It happens everywhere. *** Time to play the “what-if” game. What if Michigan big man Mitch McGary had opted to have surgery on his back in November instead of January? Had the procedure been done in November, McGary may

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Report: Ohio State's LaQuinton Ross to go pro

Can’t say it was a shock to see a report that says Ohio State’s LaQuinton Ross is going to turn pro. Still, it’s a big blow for Thad Matta’s squad, as Ross would have been the centerpiece of the 2014-15 squad. Ross paced the Buckeyes in scoring (15.2 ppg) and rebounding (5.9 rpg) this season as a junior. He emerged toward the end of his sophomore season and carried that momentum into this past season. The 6-8, 220-pound Ross is a dynamic athletic who can get to the hoop off the dribble. He also is good shooter. But, consistency could

Gary Andersen

Wisconsin approves raise for Gary Andersen

The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents has approved a new compensation package for Gary Andersen, the team announced Monday in a press release. The new package calls for a salary increase to $2.2 million for 2014 with a $100,000 increase each year during the life of the five-year deal. The increase, according to Wisconsin, will not be funded with tax or tuition dollars. Here’s what Wisconsin Director of Athletics Barry Alvarez said in the release: “I first began to consider an adjustment to Coach Andersen’s compensation package toward the end of the 2013 season,” Wisconsin Director of Athletics Barry

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Dienhart: Could three B1G teams reach Final Four?

It wasn’t always easy, it wasn’t always pretty, but No. 2 Michigan, No. 2 Wisconsin and No. 4 Michigan State all took care of business in their opening two games and have advanced to the Sweet 16. Well, it was easy for Michigan, which dispatched No. 15 Wofford in the second round and then topped No. 7 Texas in the third round. [ MORE: View the official interactive NCAA bracket ] But, Wisconsin and Michigan State had to work–hard. Their opening games were a breeze, as the Badgers demolished No. 15 American but had to rally from a 12-point halftime

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Top 5 Big Ten efforts of NCAA opening weekend

One weekend of the NCAA tourney down, and the Big Ten has three teams in the Sweet 16. The teams: Michigan, Michigan State and Wisconsin. Before the Sweet 16 tips, it’s time to look back at the Big Ten’s top five performances of the first two rounds. Who takes the top spot? It has to be Michigan State’s Adreian Payne, who poured in a career-high 41 points in the Spartans’ NCAA opener. [ MORE: Dienhart: Could three Big Ten team make Final Four? ] 5. Wisconsin’s Traevon Jackson, vs. American. All of the Badgers got off to a slow start