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4:00 PMVirginia at MarylandWatch
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6:00 PMMichigan at IndianaWatch
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Dec 4, 2012; Champaign, IL, USA; Illinois Fighting Illini fans during the second half against the Western Carolina Catamounts at Assembly Hall. Mandatory Credit: Bradley Leeb-USA TODAY Sports.Credit: USA TODAY Sports

Catch up on Tuesday's Big Ten headlines

From the good news, bad news department: Several Big Ten schools are projected to make the NIT, college hoops’ version of the Belk Bowl, Little Caesar’s Bowl, Beef O’Brady’s Bowl, Pinstripe Bowl … well you get the idea … all rolled into one gloriously meaningless event. Big Ten schools who have the “honor” of being projected for the NIT: Indiana is a No. 1 seed; Purdue No. 4; Northwestern No. 4. Illinois No. 7; Nebraska No. 7; Penn State No. 8. Gotta think IU still has a shot to make the Big Dance, but it better get moving. Honestly, I

Big Ten Contenders

Yarina: A look at top teams' remaining slates

Here’s something everyone should be able to agree on: At the midway point of the Big Ten season, the conference title race is down to three teams. The teams are Michigan (8-1), Michigan State (8-1) and Iowa (6-3). The rest of the Big Ten is competing for fourth place and a first-round bye in the Big Ten tourney. Who’s going to win? That’s a tough question, but I’ve broken out the remaining schedule for each contender to try to make sense of it all. With all the parity this season, no one will be surprised to find out each team

Mike Gesell

B1G Whiteboard: It's kind of a big week for Iowa

Can this week be any more wild and crazy than this past week? Check out the zaniness that took place the previous seven days. Please, sit down, first: Northwestern wins at Wisconsin and at Minnesota; Michigan falls at Indiana; Penn State wins at Ohio State; Ohio State prevails at Wisconsin; the Hoosiers lose at Nebraska; Michigan State falls to Georgetown on a neutral court. About the only constants have been Illinois and Purdue, who basically are losing to everyone and anyone. This coming week can’t be any more obtuse, can it? Here’s a look at what’s ahead. Buckle up, just

Gary Harris

Big Ten Geeks: Halfway Home

We’re now at the official halfway point of the conference season, so it seems an appropriate time to glance at player stats. We’ve already thrown around some Big Ten POY discussion, but we have enough data now that we can start to look a little deeper. Courtesy of, the following table contains the conference-only numbers for players that meet the following criteria: minute percentage above 60 percent, possession percentage above 22 percent, offensive rating above 100. These are the best of the best, the efficient possession-consumers, at least during the first half of Big Ten play. Player Poss% Ortg

Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

B1G Clicks: Tracking today's Big Ten trends

Did you miss something while you stepped away from your computer? We’re tracking some of the best Big Ten social media happenings and posting them all right here. Check out today’s edition, including a great photo captured immediately following the end of Super Bowl XLVIII. Like what you see? We do this every weekday. Visit our Clicks archive. Here are Monday’s B1G Clicks: Only one could win, but we're certainly proud of both of these former #Badgers in #SB48 — Badger Football (@BadgerFootball) February 3, 2014 Our take: That’s a lot of Wisconsin football-awesomeness in one photo. Wearing Red

Keith Appling

Five Big Ten teams ranked in Coaches Poll

Five Big Ten teams are ranked in the latest Coaches Poll, released Monday. Michigan State leads the way at No. 8, while Iowa (No. 13), Michigan (No. 16), Wisconsin (No. 24) and Ohio State (No. 25) round out the Big Ten contingent. See the Coaches and AP polls in this post. Coaches Rankings Rankings as of 2/3/2014 Rank School Votes Prev Rank 1 Syracuse 21-0 800 (32) 2 2 Wichita State 23-0 745 3 3 Arizona 21-1 725 1 4 Florida 19-2 720 4 5 San Diego State 19-1 680 5 6 Villanova 19-2 596 9 7 Cincinnati 21-2 570

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Big Ten Rewind: Watch all of last week's top moments

By now, we all know the past week was a crazy one on the Big Ten men’s hardwood. There were upsets all over the place, and the craziness resulted in a logjam in the standings, pretty much from fourth to 12th place. Want to read more about the wild week? Do so here and here. Or, just watch our latest installment of Big Ten Rewind in this post. Enjoy!

Amedeo Della Valle

Here are 10 Big Ten stories to check out today

The upside down world that has become Big Ten basketball continued over the weekend. The latest installment of craziness was unranked Indiana’s home win over No. 10 Michigan, the last Big Ten squad unbeaten in league play. Who saw this coming? This was a Hoosiers club that had lost three of four—including a home loss to Northwestern and a loss at Nebraska–coming into the meeting yesterday. Don’t try to understand it. Just enjoy it. Yogi Ferrell played out-of-this-world, playing lock-down defense on Nik Stauskas while pouring in 27 points behind a career-high seven three-pointers. Does this team still have NCAA

Drew Crawford

Crawford, Newbill, Vonleh claim Big Ten weekly honors

The Big Ten office released its latest Big Ten Men’s Basketball Players of the Week on Monday, and three players were honored. Northwestern’s Drew Crawford and Penn State’s D.J. Newbill shared Player of the Week, while Indiana’s Noah Vonleh claimed Freshman of the Week. Read more in this post. Co-Players of the Week: Drew Crawford, Northwestern, G/F, Sr. Averaged 23.5 points, 6.5 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game in Northwestern’s road sweep over #14/13 Wisconsin and Minnesota For the week, shot 66.7 percent (16-of-24) from the field and 55.6 percent (5-of-9) from three-point range Against the Badgers, poured in a

Yogi Ferrell

Video: Indiana's Yogi Ferrell drains career-high 7 treys

Want to talk about an efficient day? Indiana point guard Yogi Ferrell had one of the more efficient performances you’ll ever see in Sunday afternoon’s 63-52 victory over No. 14 Michigan. Ferrell scored 27 points on just 10 shots, thanks in large part to a career-high seven 3-pointers. The star sophomore finished 7-of-8 from distance and 8-of-10 overall, plus he hit four free throws. Watch Ferrell’s 3-point barrage in this post. VIDEO: How hot was Yogi Ferrell in @IndianaMBB's upset? Scorching. WATCH his career-high 7 treys – — Indiana on BTN (@BTN_Indiana) February 2, 2014