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3:05 PMLindenwood at MinnesotaWatch
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Amir Williams

Catch up on Thursday's Big Ten headlines

Just when you thought this was going to be a ho-hum night of Big Ten hoops action, NCAA-hopeful Minnesota gets dumped at home by last-place Illinois. Those Big Dance dreams in the Twin Cities? They are fa-fa-fa-fa-ding. Oh, and the Gophers’ next three games are killers: at Ohio State; vs. Iowa; at Michigan. While Minnesota floundered, Ohio State easily dispatched visiting Northwestern. And that’s saying something, as NU has won at places like Indiana, Wisconsin and Minnesota this season. And the Buckeyes have lost at home to Penn State. But there would be no zaniness last night in C-bus—except for

LaQuinton Ross

Video: Scuffle leads to 10 consecutive free throws

Ever see 10 consecutive free throws in a game? You have if you saw Ohio State’s 76-60 victory over Northwestern on Wednesday night. A scuffle with 5:24 left in the second half led to the ejections of Northwestern’s Nikola Cerina and Ohio State’s LaQuinton Ross, and after an extended delay to sort out all of the penalties, the Buckeyes shot four free throws and the Wildcats six. Watch it in the video above. [ MORE: Nikola Cerina gets one-game suspension for throwing punch ] Here is the scuffle: VIDEO: There's a delay in the NU-OSU game as officials review the

LaQuinton Ross

Nikola Cerina gets one-game suspension for throwing punch

Northwestern’s Nikola Cerina has been issued a one-game suspension for throwing a punch in Wednesday night’s scuffle at Ohio State, according to Big Ten official Ray Perone. Cerina, who was thrown out of the game, along with Ohio State’s LaQuinton Ross, will sit out Saturday vs. Indiana. Ross, who was ejected for pushing Cerina and Drew Crawford, will not be suspended. [ MORE: Scuffle leads to 16-minute delay, two ejections, 10 free throws ] Read the official statement by Big Ten official Ray Perone: Here's the official statement from Big Ten official Ray Perone on NU-OSU incident. (via @OSUADAthComm) pic.twitter.com/J0gNZGYRe2

Austin Hollins

We have liftoff! Austin Hollins soars for another dunk

Any time Minnesota plays, there’s a pretty good chance Austin Hollins will throw down an impressive dunk. Hollins added to his long highlight reel in the first half of Wednesday night’s game vs. Illinois. Watch Hollins soar for his latest trademark right-handed powerful flush in this post. INSTANT HIGHLIGHT: We have liftoff! Austin Hollins adds to his incredible @GopherBBall dunk reel. WATCH – http://t.co/Uv7EsKH1uz — Minnesota on BTN (@BTN_Minnesota) February 20, 2014 Here are some of Hollins’ other best dunks: PUT IT ON A POSTER! @GopherBball senior Austin Hollins absolutely posterizes Wisconsin's Nigel Hayes! WATCH – http://t.co/1rz36mFV6d — Big Ten

Braxton Miller

Braxton Miller receives second Silver Football

Braxton Miller received his second consecutive Chicago Tribune Silver Football, awarded to the Big Ten’s top football player, during a timeout in the first half of Ohio State’s basketball game vs. Northwestern on Wednesday night. Miller, who will be a senior in the fall, will try to become the first three-time winner of the award in his final season. Watch the presentation in this post. [ MORE: Scuffle leads to 16-minute delay, two ejections, 10 free throws ] Miller amassed 3,162 total yards and accounted for 36 touchdowns en route to guiding the Buckeyes to their second straight 12-0 regular

Kendrick Nunn

B1G Recap: Illini, Buckeyes win on Super Wednesday

No. 24 Ohio State rolled by Northwestern, 76-60, and Illinois dropped Minnesota, 62-49, in our latest Super Wednesday doubleheader, presented by Buffalo Wild Wings. Catch up all the stats, scores and watch video highlights in this post. [ MORE: Enter our Trip to the Big Ten Tournament Sweepstakes! ] ILLINOIS 62, MINNESOTA 49 | RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY (AP) Freshman guard Kendrick Nunn hit five 3-pointers and led Illinois with 19 points as the last-place Illini beat Minnesota 62-49 on Wednesday night, putting a damper on the Gophers’ hopes for an at-large NCAA Tournament bid. The Illini won for

Fred Glass & Tom Crean

Fred Glass explains what happened to Assembly Hall roof

Indiana held its second press conference in less than 24 hours Wednesday afternoon, this time to update the media on what engineers found after inspecting the Assembly Hall roof. On Tuesday, a metal facing fell from the roof and forced the Hoosiers to postpone their game vs. Iowa. The culprit was just what Glass and others figured: snow and ice on the roof. Watch Glass explain what happened in this video. [ MORE: AP: Falling metal forces Indiana to postpone Iowa game ] Watch the full press conference: Video of falling metal beam at Assembly Hall from SC https://t.co/ir6Jefmjwe —

Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

B1G Mailbag: My answers to your questions

Gonna reach into my mailbag. Let’s start with my survey of Big Ten writers from last week in which I asked them what they thought was the most intimidating home-court edge in the Big Ten. The consensus among the writers I polled said Michigan State’s Breslin Center was the most intimidating. Your responses. … The Breslin Center may be the most intimidating home-court advantage now, but the Crisler Center is a close second. – Christopher I think Wisconsin’s Kohl Center should rank on top. How long have you even been part of this tradition? The Kohl Center causes the most

First Team: F Brandon Ubel

Twitter: Brandon Ubel talks Huskers, Miles, Petteway

Former Nebraska forward Brandon Ubel experienced a lot during his time as a Husker. Not only did Nebraska move from the Big 12 to the Big Ten midway through his career, he played his final season for Tim Miles after spending the first three years under Doc Sadler. As a result, Ubel has an interesting perspective on Nebraska’s sooner-than-expected turnaround season. See my Twitter Q&A with him in this post. [ MORE: View Brandon Ubel’s Brussels pro page ] @BTNBrentYarina I knew they had talent all along, but they needed to grow up a little and the past few weeks

DeAndre Mathieu

DeAndre Mathieu Q&A: I like the up-tempo style

The Big Ten features many dynamic newcomers who have had a profound impact on the conference this season. Indiana’s Noah Vonleh, Nebraska’s Terran Petteway and Michigan’s Derrick Walton, Jr., among others. Minnesota’s DeAndre Mathieu also belongs in the conversation. The 5-9 junior is averaging 11.7 points, 2.8 rebounds and 4.4 assists for a 17-9 Golden Gophers squad that’s making a push for an NCAA bid (see his full stats here). Minnesota is 6-7 in the Big Ten as it preps to play host to Illinois on Wednesday as the second game of the BTN Super Wednesday doubleheader. The Gophers have