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B1G Wrestling Championships preview: 141 pounds

We decided to have a little fun providing a preview to this year’s B1G Wrestling Championships on March 8-9 at Wisconsin. BTN wrestling analyst Jim Gibbons, an NCAA champion both as a wrestler and coach at Iowa State, will break down one weight class a day, and pick a winner, each day through March 7. Today, it’s the 141-pound weight class. Along with the breakdown and pick, I’m including my Mr. Upside. These are guys whose arrow is pointed in the right direction and have the stuff to perform better than their seed. The kind of guys who every coach on

PSU-MN Hockey

B1G Hockey Recap: Gophers win on Frozen Friday

We had two Big Ten men’s hockey games on Friday night. In the first game of the night, Ohio State and Michigan skated to a 2-2 tie, with the Buckeyes notching a 1-0 win in the shootout. In the second game of the evening, No. 2 Minnesota cruised to an impressive 5-1 victory over Penn State at Mariucci Ice Arena. Catch up on all the scores, stats and highlights in this post. [ MORE: View the 2014 BTN Frozen Fridays Schedule ] MINNESOTA 5, PENN STATE 1 | RECAP Sophomore Kenny Brooks’ (Las Vegas, Nev.) power-play goal gave the Nittany

Tom Izzo

Survey: Which Big Ten coach 'works' the refs the best?

“Working” officials is an art form. Some coaches are masters at knowing just the right buttons to push over the course of a game to the point where—Who knows?—maybe they can get a key call in their favor. I asked several media members who cover the Big Ten which coach they felt was best at “working” officials. [ MORE: Review and Preview: Michigan fixes eyes on a Big Ten title ] Jeff Washburn, Boiler Sports Report/Scout.com: Bo Ryan is the most demonstrative and theatrical, but Tom Izzo seems to produce results that would make Perry Mason smile. Kevin Noon, BuckeyeGrove.com:

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Dienhart: 3 positions to watch at Ohio State

Anticipation continues to bubble at Ohio State. It always does, just in varying degrees each season. Urban Meyer’s third Buckeye squad has the natives excited as it will begin to take shape. And there is plenty of work to do. Meyer’s first two seasons have been a smashing success, as OSU went 12-0 in 2013 and 12-2 last season. The downer? The team is riding a two-game losing skid after ripping off 24 victories. The defense needs to be watched. Chris Ash was brought in from Arkansas, where he ran the Hog defense. Ash previously was DC at Wisconsin under

PSU Ed Ruth 184

B1G Wrestling Championships preview: 184 pounds

We decided to have a little fun providing a preview for this year’s B1G Wrestling Championships on March 8-9 at Wisconsin. BTN wrestling analyst Jim Gibbons, an NCAA champion both as a wrestler and coach at Iowa State, will break down one weight class per day, and pick a winner, each day through March 7. Today, it’s the 184-pound weight class. Along with the breakdown and pick, I’m including my Mr. Upside. These are guys whose arrow is pointed in the right direction and have the stuff to perform better than their seed. The kind of guys who every coach on

Michigan celebrate

Review & preview: Michigan fixes eyes on a B1G title

An interesting week in the Big Ten, as Michigan surged to the top of the conference as it looks for its outright conference championship since the 1985-86 season. Wisconsin also is rolling. What has happened to Iowa? Check it all out in this week’s Three-Pointers, and use our scoreboards to get updated TV info and times for this weekend’s six games. Three stocks to buy 1. Michigan. What a week for the Wolverines, who have to feel like a team of destiny after pulling out that miraculous overtime win at Purdue on Wednesday night. Michigan opened the week with a

Derrick Walton Jr.

Next 'Journey' airs Saturday

This week on “The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2014” we see how Michigan freshman point guard Derrick Walton has tackled the task of filling Trey Burke’s shoes. Plus, there is special bond between Iowa’s Fran McCaffery and his brother. We also take a look at how Indiana basketball plays a big role in the life of international recording star and Hoosier state native John Mellencamp. The show debuts at 8 p.m. ET this Saturday after the Minnesota-Michigan game. Also this week, game highlights from Wisconsin-Iowa and Michigan State-Michigan. The angle that DIDN'T make the piece A video posted by btnjourney

Aaron Craft

Catch up with 10 Big Ten Friday headlines

Ho-hum. Last night, a Penn State team that was 4-10 in the Big Ten and 13-14 overall beat an Ohio State team that was 9-6 and 22-6. Oh-by-the-way, this was the second time the Nittany Lions beat the Buckeyes this season. Don’t try to figure it out. Just enjoy the absolute craziness of this season. And it’s not over yet. Certainly the Buckeyes didn’t want to lose in State College, Pa. I mean, this was an Ohio State club that had won three in a row and six of seven games. The only loss in that stretch was to Michigan.

Sam Thompson

Video: Sam Thompson sends Tim Frazier's shot to half court

Sam Thompson has wowed Big Ten hoops fans over the years with his outstanding array of highlight-reel dunks. But Thompson added a new highlight play to his resume on Thursday night. [ MORE: Sam Thompson wows once… twice… thrice in comeback ] Late in the first half, Penn State guard Tim Frazier drove in for a layup, but Thompson leaped up and blocked his shot with authority, sending it all the way to the Nittany Lion logo at center court. We have seen some outstanding blocks in Big Ten play this season, but this has to top the list. We

Troy Williams

B1G Hoops Recap: Penn State, IU notch upset wins

There were two more exciting upsets in the Big Ten on Thursday night. Penn State kicked off the night with a memorable 65-63 win over Ohio State. Indiana followed with an impressive 93-86 victory over No. 20 Iowa. Catch up on all the scores, stats and select in-game video highlights in this post. [ MORE: View Thursday night’s full Big Ten scoreboard ] INDIANA 93, IOWA 86 | RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY (AP) Will Sheehey scored 19 of his career-high 30 points in the first half and Stanford Robinson added a career-best 17 to lead Indiana over No. 20