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B1G Player of the Year tracker: Marble at No. 1

Devyn Marble

Roy Devyn Marble Shake-and-Bake Jumper

Another week is in the books, and that means it’s time for my latest Big Ten Player of the Year tracker. Michigan State’s Gary Harris topped my initial list last week, but it’s Iowa’s Devyn Marble on top this week. Agree? Feel free to enter your thoughts in the comment box at the bottom of the post.

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B1G Whiteboard: Setting the stage for this week

Sam Thompson

Traevon Jackson Jumper for the Win

An interesting week awaits, as teams jockey to improve their NCAA resume. As for the Big Ten title chase, Michigan State’s loss at Wisconsin on Sunday made things more interesting. The Spartans don’t have much very heavy lifting this week. Conversely, this will be a big week for Michigan, which is trying to keep pace. Here’s a look at what’s ahead.

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Aaron Craft, Nigel Hayes win weekly Big Ten honors

Nigel Hayes

Aaron Craft Steal for a LaQuinton Ross Dunk

The Big Ten office released its weekly Big Ten Men’s Basketball Players of the Week on Monday, and Ohio State’s Aaron Craft (Player of the Week) and Wisconsin’s Nigel Hayes (Freshman of the Week) took home the latest hardware. Read more about both players in this post.

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Video: Orange Krush reveals true colors at Penn State

John Groce

The Orange Crush Sneak in 120 Students

Daniel Shirey-USA TODAY Sports

Illinois entered Sunday’s game at Penn State riding an eight-game losing streak. The Illini’s struggles nor the long trek to State College, Pa., could keep 120 members of the Orange Krush from making the trip – and, most importantly, continuing its annual prank at a visiting arena. As it it has in previous years, the Orange Krush arrived to the game in the home team’s colors (blue and white), only to later reveal their true colors.

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Video: Traevon Jackson hits another clutch shot

Traevon Jackson

Traevon Jackson Jumper for the Win

If we’ve learned one thing from Traevon Jackson during his Wisconsin career, it’s that he isn’t afraid to take – and make – the big shot. The junior, who has a handful of late game-tying or game-winning shots to his name, added another game-winner in Sunday’s 60-58 victory over No. 8 Michigan State. This time, following an Adreian Payne game-tying triple, Jackson answered with a jumper to avoid overtime and a possible fourth straight home loss.

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