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Wildcats rally but fall short against Stanford

Josh Huestis tied a career-high with 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and Stanford came away with a wild 70-68 victory over Northwestern (8-4) on Friday. The Cardinal (8-4) built an 18-point lead in the first half.  Later, Northwestern’s Tre Demps nailed a 3-pointer and scored in the lane to tie it at 61 with 6:34 remaining. He hit another 3 with 1:50 left to tie it at 67, but Stanford held on.

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Did You See This? Mellencamp & Ryan are back

Last January Indiana native, Hoosiers fan, and musician John Mellencamp brought actress Meg Ryan to an Indiana home basketball game, and our BTN crew spotted them back then taking in the game up close. Well, the pair were back at Assembly Hall on Friday night to see Indiana take down Florida Atlantic. Catch the video of them here.

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Indiana rolls to 88-52 win

Cody Zeller had 24 points and six rebounds, leading four Indiana players into double figures and the sixth-ranked Hoosiers routed Florida Atlantic 88-52. The Hoosiers (11-1) have won 29 straight home games against nonconference foes. Since losing to Butler on Saturday, the Hoosiers have shot a combined 64 of 106 from the field (60.4 percent).

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Did You See This? Call him 'The 3-Point Doctor'

At the halftime of Friday’s women’s basketball game between Indiana and Xavier that aired live online on the Big Ten Digital Network, Dr. Lee Walden put on a pretty impressive shooting clinic. Walden, a travelling three-point specialist, shot 74 percent from three-point range as part of a game-related promotion. Watch it all in the video in this post.

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UW's Andersen plans to hit the ground running

Gary Andersen sounded like a confident and prepared coach. Soon, he’ll get the chance to prove it, as he was introduced today as the new Wisconsin coach.

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Season in review: Wisconsin football

Wisconsin isn’t apologizing for being the first five-loss team ever in the Rose Bowl. The Badgers will proudly punch their third ticket in a row to Pasadena, thanks largely to a defense that played well all season.

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