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7:00 PMCanisius at Penn St.Watch
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Penn State Volleyball

Penn State reacts to record-tying 6th NCAA crown

Penn State won its record-tying sixth NCAA volleyball crown Saturday night in Seattle. This time, the Nittany Lions, who have won five of the last seven national titles, dropped rival Wisconsin, 3-1, in what was the first all-Big Ten final. Watch our interviews and get all the best reaction to Penn State’s historic win in this post. [ MORE: View the official NCAA interactive bracket ] Penn State players react after NCAA title: Im so happy and humbled that I get the privilege to play such great competitors… Couldn't be happier to come out on top!!!!! PSUWVB — Micha Hancock

David Banks-USA TODAY Sports

Video: Iowa 7-footer goes behind-the-back on break

How often do you see a 7-footer make a successful behind-the-back pass? It doesn’t happen a lot, but it did Sunday in Iowa City. Iowa sophomore Adam Woodbury got fancy in transition vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, and found Aaron White for a powerful dunk. White added even more flair to the play by hanging on the rim and pulling himself up. Watch the highlight in this post. MUST SEE: A 7-footer with a behind the back pass for a dunk? You have to see it to believe it! @IowaHoops. WATCH – — Iowa on BTN (@IowaOnBTN) December 22, 2013 Even

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Season Review: Spartans roll to Rose Bowl

No one needed to remind Mark Dantonio of the pain of 2012, when Michigan State finished 7-6 and lost five games by a combined 13 points coming off consecutive 11-win seasons. The Spartans embarked on a redemption tour of sorts in 2013, marching through an 8-0 Big Ten season that saw them win every game by double-figures. The key: A devastatingly good defense that ranks No. 1 in the Big Ten in scoring (12.7 ppg); No. 1 overall (248.2 ypg); No. 1 vs. the run (80.8 ypg); No. 1 vs. the pass (167.4 ypg). Coordinator Pat Narduzzi’s unit was the

Luke Fischer

Video: Luke Fischer does best Cody Zeller impression

If Luke Fischer reminded Indiana basketball fans of Cody Zeller in Sunday’s 90-66 win over Kennesaw State, they weren’t alone. BTN color analyst Jim Jackson noticed it, too, and how could he not with the way the freshman big man ran the floor? Watch Fischer’s Zeller-like sequence in this post. INSTANT HIGHLIGHT: As @BTNJimJackson said, Luke Fischer looking like Zeller on this @IndianaMBB sequence. WATCH – — Indiana on BTN (@BTN_Indiana) December 22, 2013 How much did Fischer look like Zeller? Here you go! Fischer also did a lot of other good things Sunday. Like this: VIDEO: What isn't

Penn State Volleyball

Penn State wins record-tying sixth NCAA title

In the first all-Big Ten NCAA volleyball title match, No. 2 Penn State took down rival and No. 12 Wisconsin, 3-1, Saturday night in Seattle. The national championship marks Penn State’s fifth in the last seven seasons and sixth all-time, which ties Stanford for the most titles in NCAA women’s volleyball history. Ariel Scott led the Nittany Lions with 21 kills, while Megan Courtney and Katie Slay added five blocks apiece. Courtney and Dominique Gonzalez recorded 20 kills each and Micha Hancock totaled 48 assists. Read full GoPSUSports.come recap. And full recap. [ MORE: View the official NCAA tourney

Penn State-Iowa Wrestling

Penn State tops Iowa in memorable wrestling meet

No. 3 Iowa hosted No. 1 Penn State in a rare non-conference battle of Big Ten teams Saturday night. The two coaches decided to schedule the dual meet after the Big Ten schedule did not include a conference date between the teams. @TomBrandsHAWK there seems to be something BIG missing on our schedules this year… — Cael Sanderson (@caelsanderson) September 5, 2013 @caelsanderson yeah. I agree . Lets do something about it. — Tom Brands (@TomBrandsHAWK) September 5, 2013 It was a good thing they did. The much-anticipated match lived up to the hype, but in the end, it was

Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis

Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis at Iowa-PSU match

What do Hollywood movie stars Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis do when they aren’t filming movies? How about taking in an Iowa vs. Penn State wrestling match? Kutcher and Kunis were spotted in the stands at Carver-Hawkeye arena tonight as the dual got underway. Kutcher, 35, was born and raised in Cedar Rapids and attended the University of Iowa before pursuing an acting and modeling career. Check out these photos we caught of Kutcher and Kunis (below) taking in the much-anticipated match. Enjoy, Hawkeye fans!

LaQuinton Ross & Aaraon Craft

Saturday hoops roundup: Big Ten goes perfect 5-0

There were five Big Ten hoops games on Saturday and the Big Ten made a huge statement, going a perfect 5-0 on the day. No. 5 Michigan State took down Texas in Austin, Illinois sent Missouri to its first loss, and No. 2 Ohio State made an incredible comeback to drop Notre Dame. Nebraska followed with a blowout win over The Citadel, while Michigan closed out the evening with an impressive victory over Stanford. Catch up on all the day’s scores and stats in this post. [ MORE: View Saturday’s full Big Ten scoreboard ] ILLINOIS 65, MISSOURI 64 |

Allen Robinson

18 B1G stars make Phil Steele's All-American Team

Eighteen Big Ten stars, including four first-team honorees, made Phil Steele’s 2013 All-American Team. Michigan State CB Darqueze Dennard, Ohio State LB Ryan Shazier, Penn State WR Allen Robinson and Wisconsin LB Chris Borland paced the Big Ten contingent as first-teamers. See all the honorees in this post. [ MORE: View the complete Phil Steele 2013 All-American Team ] FIRST TEAM WR: Allen Robinson, Penn State LB: Ryan Shazier, Ohio State LB: Chris Borland, Wisconsin DB: Darqueze Dennard, Michigan State SECOND TEAM OL: Brandon Scherff, Iowa OL: Jack Mewhort, Ohio State LB: Denicos Allen, Michigan State LB: Max Bullough, Michigan

Jeremy Gallon

Season Review: Michigan falls short of goals

“Disappointing” is the only label to put on this season. Yes, this largely is a young roster under construction for a program that probably is still a year away from blossoming. Still, the 2013 campaign opened with most projecting Michigan to win the Legends Division. But after a 5-0 start, the Wolverines flopped, finishing fifth in the division with a 3-5 mark. And things could have been worse if not for narrow victories vs. Akron and UConn, who each inexplicably pushed the Wolverines to the limit. The biggest issue all season was an erratic offense that struggled to get a