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7:00 PMFlorida Gulf Coast at Rutgers Watch
7:00 PMTemple at Penn St.Watch
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4:00 PMBowling Green at Michigan St.Watch
7:00 PMSIUE at Ohio St.Watch
7:30 PMButler at IndianaWatch
7:30 PMDetroit Mercy at MichiganWatch
8:00 PMMaryland at IowaWatch

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No. 1 Minnesota topples No. 10 Minnesota Duluth

A quartet of goals in the third period catapulted the top-ranked Minnesota women’s hockey team to its 36th consecutive victory and its first season sweep of Minnesota Duluth in program history. Junior Amanda Kessel led the Golden Gophers’ offensive attack by netting four points, including the game-winning goal, in the 6-2 decision. Read the full recap at GopherSports.com and watch our interviews with the Gophers in this post.

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Michigan at Indiana: Most important player?

How big is tonight’s No. 1 Michigan-No. 3 Indiana game? Not only is sole possession of first place in the Big Ten on the line, it marks just the fourth time top 3 Big Ten teams have ever met. So, yeah, it’s pretty big. But who will be the most important player on the outcome of the game, and why? I asked the question on Twitter, and you can see Big Ten fans’ responses in this post. Before I get to the tweets, here’s my answer: Jordan Hulls. The senior figures to be a huge factor on both ends of

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Northwestern shoots lights out, downs Purdue

Reggie Hearn scored a career-high 26 points to lead Northwestern to a 75-60 victory over Purdue on Saturday. Jared Swopshire and Dave Sobolewski each added 13 points for the Wildcats (13-10, 4-6 Big Ten), who snapped a four-game losing streak to the Boilermakers. Purdue freshman center A.J. Hammons didn’t start because he was late for the team bus from West Lafayette, Ind., according to a team spokesman. Hammons did lead the Boilermakers (11-11, 4-5) with 19 points and 13 rebounds. Travis Carroll started in Hammons’ place, and Hammons entered with 16:44 to play in the first half. The Boilermakers scored

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Wrestling roundup: No. 3 Iowa upsets No. 1 Penn State

In front of a sold-out Carver Hawkeye Arena crowd, No. 3 Iowa wrestling knocked off No. 1 Penn State, 22-16. Watch the highlights now and jump inside for a BTN Student U wrap-up of Purdue’s win over Northwestern. #3 IOWA 22, #1 PENN STATE 16 125 – #1 Matt McDonough (IA) dec. #2 Nico Megludis (PSU), 2-1 (TB1); 3-0 133 – #2 Tony Ramos (IA) pinned Jordan Conaway (PSU), 4:23; 9-0 141 – #9 Mark Ballweg (IA) major dec. Bryan Pearsall (PSU), 12-2; 13-0 149 – #8 Andrew Alton (PSU) major dec. Brody Grothus (IA), 18-8; 13-4 157 – #1 Derek

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Hockey roundup: Michigan edges Michigan State

A lot of hockey action took place Friday night. As seen on BTN,  Michigan edged Michigan State 3-2 at Yost Ice Arena. In Columbus, the Buckeyes upset ninth-ranked Notre Dame 6-3. In women’s hockey action, Minnesota won their seventh WCHA regular season title against Minnesota Duluth with a 5-0 win. Watch Michigan-Michigan State highlights now and go inside this post for more hockey video. Read the full Michigan recap at MGOBlue.com. Ohio State 6, Notre Dame 3:Ohio State pulled off an upset on the ice beating ninth-ranked Notre Dame 6-3 Friday night. Minnesota 5, Minnesota Duluth 0: Noora Raty earned her NCAA-record

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Track Big Ten basketball with BTN/BTN2Go

Big Ten fans have three Big Ten men’s basketball games to follow on Saturday, including Ohio State at Nebraska at 7 p.m. ET on to BTN/BTN2Go. After that, No. 1 Michigan takes on No. 3 Indiana at 9 p.m. ET. Sunday brings two games to BTN/BTN2Go. Iowa plays at Minnesota at 1 p.m. ET followed by Wisconsin at Illinois at 3:30 p.m. Find TV times, stats and more on our Saturday’s men’s scoreboard and our Sunday’s men’s scoreboard, too. Eight women’s teams play on Sunday (track them here). Coming off one of the strongest performances of his career, Ohio State’s Deshaun Thomas looks to lead the No. 11 Buckeyes to

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Big week leads up to big weekend of games

It has been an interesting week in the Big Ten, with the race coming into sharper focus as we hit the halfway point. Here’s what I know: Four schools have separated themselves from the pack, with Michigan, Indiana, Michigan State and Ohio State appearing to be a cuts-above the rest. But don’t count out Minnesota, Wisconsin and Illinois just yet. By the time this weekend is over, we will have just one team possessing first place following the battle between No. 1 Michigan and No. 3 Indiana. But many big games remain. Let’s take a look at the week that was

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Our panel says the top hoops freshman is ...

Take a look around the Big Ten, and you’ll see many of them: freshmen playing big roles for teams. In fact, it has become common for freshmen to come in and not just contribute but grab the starring role. That’s the case at Michigan. The No. 1 team in the nation has arguably the best collection of freshmen in the Big Ten that includes Glenn Robinson III, Nik Stauskas, Mitch McGary, Caris LeVert and Spike Albrecht. The Wolverines quintet is joined by other standout freshmen who are helping make the Big Ten so good this season, including the likes of Wisconsin’s Sam

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Today's links: Writers abuzz over big game

This weekend is all about No. 1 Michigan’s visit to No. 3 Indiana on Saturday night in this year’s first “Game of the Year.” And the hype and analysis already has begun—rightly so. It’s a battle for first place in the Big Ten and position atop the polls. Could this be a Final Four preview? Hmmm. Let’s begin this Harbaugh-free edition of daily links right there. Terry Hutchens of the Indianapolis Star marvels at some of the statistics of the teams, noting that Indiana leads the Big Ten in scoring. Michigan is second. IU leads the conference in scoring margin

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BTN LiveBIG: Penn State research efforts

BTN’s new series, BTN LiveB1G, continues Tuesday, Feb. 5, with stories highlighting how the Penn State community is making an impact in State College and around the world. The program will air at 9:30 .m. ET. The Penn State-focused episode will highlight the College of Agricultural Science’s Turfgrass Science Program, which is researching ways to increase the resilience of athletic playing surfaces to help reduce the number and severity of head and leg injuries. Also, Penn Staters have created a free mobile app, downloaded by farmers around the country, called DairyCents, which tracks feed costs and income information to help