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Did You See This? Sparty tumbles during dance

Sparty is no stranger to bringing smiles to the faces of people around the Michigan State community. During a timeout in Sunday’s game vs. Northwestern, the Michigan State mascot had people cracking up at his failed dance moves. Let’s just say Sparty’s big feet got in his way. Watch Sparty tumble to the court after joining the dance team on the floor.

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Purdue tops MSU, claims 9th Big Ten tourney title

Drey Mingo scored 24 points, and Purdue won its second straight Big Ten tournament championship, beating Michigan State 62-47 on Sunday.

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Penn State wins 3rd consecutive Big Ten Championships

Back-to-back champion Penn State defended its postseason crown Sunday en route to winning its third consecutive Big Ten Wrestling Championships. The Nittany Lions racked up 151 points, 12 more than second-place Minnesota. See the final standings and get a link to the final brackets in this post.

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Video: Badgers' Jackson hits clutch shot - again

When Wisconsin needs a big shot, more times than not, it dials Traevon Jackson‘s number. One of the Big Ten’s most improved players, the sophomore guard loves the ball in his hands during crunch time. And he’s had great results in such situations. Just ask Minnesota. Or Iowa. On Sunday, Jackson added to his collection of clutch shots, nailing a deep 3 at the buzzer to lift Wisconsin past Penn State, 63-60. Watch the shot now.

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Video: Michigan honors its four seniors Sunday

Prior to Sunday’s devastating 72-71 loss to Indiana, Michigan honored its seniors at the Crisler Center. On a team that relies on a host of talented young players, Michigan’s seniors accepted their roles and provided leadership throughout the season. Watch the Wolverines honor seniors Josh Bartelstein, Blake McLimans, Corey Person and Matt Vogrich here.

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No. 14 Ohio State puts away Illinois, 68-55

Deshaun Thomas, playing perhaps his final home game for No. 14 Ohio State, scored 19 points Sunday to lead the Buckeyes to a 68-55 victory over Illinois, keeping alive their hopes of a Big Ten title tie. The victory put Ohio State (23-7, 13-5) in position to grab a share of the Big Ten title if No. 7 Michigan can win at home against No. 2 Indiana later on Sunday.

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