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Aaron Craft

Big Ten Whiteboard: It's Michigan v. Ohio State Part II

While the Big Ten world continues to buzz from the magical Michigan-Indiana game, it’s time to get ready for the second half of the schedule. And it begins with a big week. Wisconsin, Michigan and Ohio State have the most on the line as we delve into the first full week of February. The Wolverines and Buckeyes are looking to improve their NCAA stock and enhance their seed possibilities. The Badgers need a few more big wins to improve their NCAA standing. Here’s a look at the week ahead in the Big Ten. GAME OF WEEK: Ohio State at Michigan,

Victor Oladipo

The week that was: BTN.com's top 10 stories, videos

It’s Monday, and that means it’s time to take a look at BTN.com’s top 10 most-read stories and most-watched videos from the past week. See both lists in this post. TOP 10 STORIES 1. No. 3 Indiana throttles rival Purdue, 97-60 2. Did You See This? Oladipo’s missed alley-oop 3. No. 3 Indiana takes down No. 1 Michigan, 81-73 4. Wrestling roundup: No. 3 Iowa upsets No. 1 Penn State 5. Signing Day: 12 teams look to fill needs 6. Did You See This? Stauskas hits 3, say, “I’m back” 7. Did You See This? PGA Tour’s Overton in candy

Cody Zell;er

Today's links: Breaking down weekend's big clash

The Big Ten is still abuzz over the battle between No. 1 Michigan and No. 3 Indiana. The Hoosiers impressed in victory. And a big reason for the win was freshman point man Yogi Ferrell. The kid is proving to be every bit as special as anticipated. Terry Hutchens of the Indianapolis Star points out that Ferrell nailed a few early three-pointers and played good defense on Wolverines star Trey Burke—among other things. If Ferrell keeps it up, the Hoosiers will be very deadly in March, when guard play matters even more. Nick Baumgardner of MLive.com wonders if Michigan is the

Victor Oladipo & Trey Burke

Halfway home: My All-Big Ten hoops teams

With every Big Ten team having played at least nine conference games, we’ve reached the midway point of the Big Ten season. It’s been a fantastic race thus far, with Indiana one game ahead of the pace, and it should only get better. Halfway home, it’s a good time to consider early All-Big Ten teams. See my teams in this post. For the record, I factored in both nonconference and conference play, with a bigger emphasis on the latter, of course. FIRST TEAM G: Trey Burke, Michigan Per Game Team G GS MPG PPG RPG APG SPG BPG TOPG PFPG

D.J. Richardson

Wisconsin hands Illinois fourth straight home loss

Ben Brust scored 20 points and Wisconsin overcame a ragged start on Sunday to beat Illinois 74-68. The Badgers (15-7, 6-3 Big Ten) shot under 30 percent for most of the first half and combined with the Illini to score 14 points in the game’s first eight minutes. Wisconsin eventually started making shots and Illinois (15-8, 2-7) didn’t until it was too late. The Illini closed the gap late but trailed by 15 with 5:13 to play. Frank Kaminsky added 19 for the Badgers and Ryan Evans scored 15. The win keeps the Badgers in fifth place in the Big

Mike Gesell & Andre Hollins

No. 23 Minnesota sneaks past Iowa, 62-59

Austin Hollins hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 11.6 seconds left, lifting No. 23 Minnesota to a 62-59 victory over Iowa on Sunday afternoon. Hollins finished with 17 points to help the Gophers (17-5, 5-4 Big Ten) survive a rough second half and escape the scrappy Hawkeyes (14-8, 3-6). With Minnesota trailing 59-57, the 6-foot-4 Hollins came off a screen to get open in the corner on an inbounds play and made the shot over 6-foot-1 Mike Gesell. Hollins then hounded Gesell in the corner on the other end to force the ball out of bounds. Andre Hollins, who had 15

Terone Johnson

'The Journey' profiles Purdue's Johnson brothers

On Saturday night’s “The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2013,” we put the spotlight on Ohio State’s Deshaun Thomas, Purdue’s Johnson brothers and Wisconsin’s new point guards. In this clip, you get a taste for all three of the latest episode’s storylines. Best of all: We have family video of Terone and Ronnie Johnson as youngsters, and it’s nothing short of cute. Check out the Johnson’s family footage from 1993 in this video. Did you miss the debut of the latest episode? We’re airing it three times Sunday, at 6:30 p.m. ET, 8 and 11.

Victor Oladipo

Did You See This? Oladipo's missed alley-oop

Here’s a first: Writing a post about a missed dunk. Never thought the day would come when such a thing would be worth highlighting, but no one could have guessed Victor Oladipo would come so close to completing an absolutely silly alley-oop. Watch the near highlight-reel dunk and a replay of it in this post. Or, hey, just check out the image of it on the video player here. [ RELATED: Looking for a particular dunk? Find it in our Dunk Archive ] Honestly, look how far he reached just to catch the ball. And, somehow, Oladipo sounded frustrated in

Victor Oladipo

No. 3 Indiana takes down No. 1 Michigan, 81-73

Indiana beat the nation’s No. 1 team Saturday night and is now in position to reclaim the top spot. Cody Zeller scored 19 points and Victor Oladipo had 15, leading the No. 3 Hoosiers to an 81-73 victory over top-ranked Michigan. It’s the third time in school history that the Hoosiers (19-2, 8-1 Big Ten) have beaten the No. 1 team at home, and the first time they’ve done it in back-to-back seasons. The win gives Indiana a five-game winning streak, sole possession of the Big Ten lead and likely the top spot in the country again when Monday’s rankings

Sam Thompson

No. 11 Ohio State holds off Nebraska, 63-56

Lenzelle Smith Jr. had 21 points and No. 11 Ohio State held off a late Nebraska surge for a 63-56 victory Saturday night. Ohio State (17-4, 7-2 Big Ten) led 53-38 after a pair of free throws by Aaron Craft with 9:05 left. Nebraska (11-12, 2-8) then made its comeback, outscoring the Buckeyes 15-5 and cutting the lead to 58-53 on David Rivers‘ free throws with 2:40 remaining. Following an Ohio State miss, Nebraska’s Brandon Ubel and Andre Almeida each missed shots at the rim and Ubel missed a 3-point attempt. Craft hit a pair of free throws with 56