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NCAA Basketball: Delaware at Ohio State

Ohio State drops Delaware, remains unbeaten

Ohio State had five players score in double digits Wednesday night as the Buckeyes cruised to a 76-64 victory over Delaware. With the win, Ohio State remains unbeaten, improving to 11-0 on the season. Catch up on all of Wednesday’s action in this post. OHIO STATE 76, DELAWARE 64 | RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY (AP) LaQuinton Ross scored 19 points, including eight in a decisive 15-0 run, to lead No. 3 Ohio State past Delaware 76-64 on Wednesday night. Lenzelle Smith Jr. added 14 points, Aaron Craft had 12, Amir Williams had 11 points and 12 rebounds and Amedeo

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Three B1G stars in McShay's first ESPN Mock Draft

Snow is falling on the ground and college football bowl games are still several days away. With that said, our friends over at ESPN took this opportunity to put together their first 2014 NFL Mock Draft of the year. ESPN college football and NFL Draft analyst Todd McShay projected all 32 first round picks, based on team winning percentages through Week 15 of the NFL season. Three Big Ten standouts made the list, led by Michigan senior Taylor Lewan, who McShay has going No. 9 overall to the Buffalo Bills. “The Bills need to upgrade the O-line and provide QB

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Video: Top 10 Big Ten football plays of 2013

It’s not easy coming up with a top 10 list for the best 2013 Big Ten football plays. There were a lot of worthy plays, to be sure, so several jaw-droppers were left off this exclusive list. Check out my top 10 plays from the 2013 football season in this post. [ MORE: View all of our end-of-the-year top 10 lists ] 10. Braxton Miller runs up the middle, stiff-arms way into end zone vs. Michigan VIDEO: It was a great 21st birthday for @OhioStFootball's Braxton Miller, and this run was a big reason. WATCH – http://t.co/57QNDLWWpt — Ohio State

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Poll: Best 2013 one-handed interception?

Who doesn’t like a good highlight-reel one-handed grab? Typically, the play is reserved for wide receivers, and plenty of Big Ten wideouts obliged this season. But a couple defensive backs, the guys who play defense because they don’t have the best hands, turned in two of the better one-handed grabs of the 2013 season. Watch both picks below. After that, vote for the best at the bottom of the post. B.J. Lowery at Iowa State: Kurtis Drummond vs. Western Michigan:

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Season Review: Illini struggle, but snap B1G skid

Year Two under Tim Beckman brought hope in the form of an improved won-loss record, as Illinois went from two victories to four. The credit goes to a revived offense, as new coordinator Bill Cubit altered the scheme and maxed out the skills of senior quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase. Illinois averaged 29.7 points and 426.7 yards in 2013 after averaging 16.7 points and 296.7 yards in 2012. The team opened with a 3-1 mark, buoying hopes of a bowl. Alas, Illinois lost seven of its last eight games, including a second consecutive loss and fourth in six games to Northwestern. But

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#BTNLive asks: Which unit faces toughest BCS test?

If you’re on Twitter, you can vote in our ongoing series of Big Ten Twitter polls for our weekday TV show #BTNLive, weekdays at 6 p.m. ET. On tonight’s #BTNLive show, our experts discuss this question: Which unit will face the toughest challenge in its BCS game? The options: #MSUOffense, #MSUDefense, #OSUOffense, #OSUDefense. Select your choice below and tweet out your vote. We’ll be tabulating the hashtag totals all day and throughout the show. Again, the hashtags are: #MSUOffense #MSUDefense #OSUOffense #OSUDefense

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Wednesday links: Spartans talk, O'Brien & tweets

Hey, it’s never too soon to start looking toward 2014, right? Right. So, let’s turn the calendar and begin daily links with this look at who may replace Michigan State heart-and-soul linebacker Max Bullough. I know, it’s a big job. Little brother Riley Bullough may be the guy. Or, it could be Ed Davis … or Darien Harris … or Jon Reschke … or Shane Jones. The point: MSU will have lots of options—and good ones, too. Want more Spartan future talk? Here you go: The skinny on Damion Terry, Gerald Holmes, Jr., and DeAnthony Arnett. MSU defensive coordinator Pat

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Video: Tom Izzo, Spartans thank Ed Hightower

Tom Izzo liked how buddy Tom Crean and Indiana honored longtime official Ed Hightower last month so much that he decided to do the same Tuesday. With 2:01 left in an easy win over North Florida, Izzo grabbed the mic and thanked Hightower – who will retire at the end of the month and was officiating his final game at the Breslin Center – for his 32 years as an official. [ MORE: Michigan State honors football team’s seniors ] The crowd gave Hightower a standing ovation and both coaches and Branden Dawson had big hugs for the official. VIDEO:

NCAA Basketball: Delaware at Ohio State

Michigan State, Purdue roll to easy victories

Michigan State and Purdue cruised to easy victories Tuesday night. The Spartans drilled North Florida, 78-48, while Purdue throttled Maryland Eastern Shore, 79-50. Catch up on all the action and watch video highlights in this post. [ MORE: Spartans honor Ed Hightower | Football seniors, too! ] MICHIGAN STATE 78, NORTH FLORIDA 48 | RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY (AP) Adreian Payne scored 15 of his 19 points in the first half and fifth-ranked Michigan State rolled to a 78-48 victory over North Florida on Tuesday night. Branden Dawson added 12 points and Denzel Valentine scored 11 for the Spartans,

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Video: MSU hoops team honors senior football players

Michigan State honored the football team’s seniors during a first-half timeout of Tuesday night’s game vs. North Florida. The seniors, the leaders of the 2013 Big Ten championship team and the first Spartans team to make the Rose Bowl since 1987, were recognized at midcourt. The Stagg Trophy was there, too. To no surprise, the Breslin Center faithful showered the seniors with applause. [ MORE: Tom Izzo, Spartans honor official Ed Hightower ] VIDEO: #Spartans honored @MSU_Football seniors at midcourt during the last timeout. #orvillemoment WATCH – http://t.co/FTLnymNhBp — Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) December 18, 2013 Presented by Orville Redenbacher’s