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Kendrick Nunn

Nik Stauskas, Kendrick Nunn win weekly B1G honors

The Big Ten office released its Big Ten Men’s Basketball Players of the Week on Monday morning. Michigan’s Nik Stauskas claimed Player of the Week and Illinois’ Kendrick Nunn took home Freshman of the Week. See what they did to earn the distinctions in this post. Player of the Week: Nik Stauskas, Michigan, G, So. Poured in a game-high 25 points, handed out five assists and pulled down three rebounds in the win over Michigan State, leading Michigan to sole possession of first place in the Big Ten standings Converted 9-of-13 field goals (.692), including a 3-of-5 effort from three-point

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Here are 10 Big Ten stories to check out today

The Big Ten is Michigan’s to lose after that big win on Sunday vs. Michigan State. I mean, look at the rest of the Wolverines’ schedule: at Purdue; Minnesota; at Illinois; Indiana. See what I mean? The victory put Michigan is a good spot to at least share the league crown, as long as it wins three of its last four. But I’m sure the Wolverines would like to win out and claim the school’s first out-right league crown since 1986. As for this intense Michigan-MSU rivalry, it appears as though after years of dominance, the Wolverines have pulled even

Terran Petteway

Video: Huskers delight fans with pair of alley-oops

Let’s face the facts: Nebraska is a good and exciting team. Not many people predicted such a thing this season – maybe next – but the Huskers have won seven of eight to move to 8-6 in the Big Ten and put themselves on the NCAA bubble. Now, for the “exciting” play. Check out the pair of alley-oops Nebraska had in the second half Sunday night vs. Purdue. [ MORE: Photo: Young Nebraska fan has message for NCAA ] INSTANT HIGHLIGHT: Oh, my! Walter Pitchford just took the roof off PBA with this @HuskerHoops alley-oop. WATCH – http://t.co/9ahBywNhci — Nebraska

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B1G Recap: Michigan takes over first, Huskers stay hot

That was a fun day of Big Ten hoops, wasn’t it? No. 20 Michigan dropped No. 13 Michigan State to move into sole possession of first place and Nebraska stayed hot by dropping Purdue. Catch up on all the action and watch highlights in this post. [ MORE: Enter our Trip to the Big Ten Tournament Sweepstakes! ] NEBRASKA 76, PURDUE 57 | RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY (AP) Terran Petteway scored 29 points to lead surging Nebraska, which won its fifth straight game, over Purdue 76-57 Sunday. Nebraska (16-10, 8-6 Big Ten) used a 26-8 second half run to

Tom Izzo

Video: Lights go out during Tom Izzo's postgame presser

No. 20 Michigan and No. 13 Michigan State both shot lights out in the Wolverines’ big rivalry win Sunday afternoon, so it was kind of fitting that the lights went out on Tom Izzo during his postgame press conference. Izzo was wrapping up his media session and talking about Michigan State’s injuries when the lights suddenly went off. Watch it in this post. [ MORE: Michigan fans bring 2014 Big Ten champions banner to game ] VIDEO: Turn on the lights! Lights go out during Tom Izzo's postgame presser after loss at @umichbball. WATCH – http://t.co/FqltfMMDEe — Big Ten Network

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B1G Women's Recap: Ohio State, Purdue hold home court

There were two Big Ten women’s hoops games on Sunday, highlighted by Purdue’s 72-54 win over Wisconsin. Ohio State topped Northwestern , 71-62, in the second game. Catch up on all the scores, stats and highlights in this post. PURDUE 72, WISCONSIN 54 | RECAP | BOX (AP) April Wilson scored 18 points and dished off eight assists to lead No. 21 Purdue to a 70-54 win over Wisconsin Sunday, sweeping the season series with the Badgers. After Wisconsin cut Purdue’s six-point halftime lead to two, 31-29, early in the second half, the Lady Boilermakers reeled off a 25-3 run

Aaron Craft

Ohio State, Craft make young boy's dream come true

If you’re a sucker for those Make A Wish features – who isn’t, really? – you’ll love this piece on how the Ohio State basketball team helped make a young leukemia survivor’s dream come true. Prior to Ohio State’s game vs. Minnesota on Saturday, the Buckeyes hosted A.J., a young Aaron Craft fan from Orlando. A.J. spent shootaround with his hero and the Buckeyes. VIDEO: Young leukemia survivor wants to meet Aaron Craft, & Make A Wish & @OhioStateHoops make it happen. WATCH – http://t.co/ICJNi15TAv — Ohio State on BTN (@BTN_Ohio_State) February 22, 2014 About Brent Yarina BTN.com web editor

NCAA Basketball: Illinois at Indiana

Video: Troy Williams throws down three huge dunks

Is there a more exciting team to watch in the Big Ten than the Indiana Hoosiers? While inconsistent, they like to play above the rim and are no strangers to highlight plays. Fans were treated to a flurry of dunks in the first half Saturday night, three of which came from high-flying freshman forward Troy Williams. [ MORE: Video: Sam Thompson wows once… twice… thrice in comeback ] Even more impressive, Williams’ three dunks happened in a three-minute span. Check out all of them in this post. VIDEO: @IndianaMBB freshman Troy Williams put on a dunk-show in the first half.

Sam Thompson

Video: Sam Thompson wows once ... twice ... thrice in comeback

It was all Sam Thompson and No. 24 Ohio State in the second half of Saturday night’s win over Minnesota. Down 10 at halftime, the Buckeyes erupted for 46 points in the second half to run away with a 64-46 home win. How good was Thompson? He scored 16 of his 19 points, including six that came on highlight-reel dunks. Watch all three flushes in this post. [ MORE: Video: Ohio State, Craft make young leukemia survivor’s day ] VIDEO: Sam Thompson once. Sam Thompson twice. Sam Thompson thrice. Check out these @OhioStateHoops dunks. WATCH – http://t.co/aB6VAD2IV1 — Ohio State

Urban Meyer

ESPN lists Ohio State as nation's most stable program

When talking about the Big Ten’s most consistent football programs, Ohio State is one school that certainly comes to mind. The Buckeyes have won 10-or-more games in nine of their past 12 seasons (went 12-1 in 2010 season, but wins were vacated), including six Big Ten Championships. [ MORE: Dienhart: Ranking Big Ten schools on recruiting appeal ] ESPN Insider Brian Fremeau broke down the Buckeyes success over the past quarter century and listed them as college football’s No. 1 most stable football program. The other four schools included in Fremeau’s list are BYU, Texas Tech, Georgia Tech and Ole