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3:00 PMOhio St. at IndianaWatch
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4:00 PMMichigan at NorthwesternWatch
4:00 PMIowa at MarylandWatch
7:00 PMOhio St. at MichiganWatch
7:00 PMDenver at Michigan St.Watch

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Keith Appling

Super Wednesday: Join our BTN live blog

Tonight on BTN/BTN2Go: It’s our weekly Super Wednesday doubleheader, presented by Buffalo Wild Wings. In the first game, No. 17 Michigan State held off Penn State (recap). Live, Nebraska hosts Purdue. As always, we’re live blogging throughout the action. Join’s Tom Dienhart and Brent Yarina and the Big Ten Geeks in this post.  

Traevon Jackson

Wisconsin upsets No. 2 Indiana, 64-59

Ryan Evans had with 13 points and seven rebounds, and Traevon Jackson added 11 points as Wisconsin upset No. 2 Indiana 64-59 on Tuesday night to take sole possession of the Big Ten lead. The Badgers (13-4, 4-0) have won seven straight and beaten two Top 15 opponents in four days. They now have 11 straight wins over the Hoosiers and five straight in Bloomington. Cody Zeller scored 18 of his 21 points in the first half to lead Indiana (15-2, 3-1), which had a six-game winning streak and an 18-game home winning streak both end. [ BOX | AP

Indiana's Tom Crean

Tom Crean, Bo Ryan share hurried handshake

Tom Crean and Bo Ryan have long been bitter rivals. The rivalry goes back to Crean’s Marquette days, when the two coaches faced off once a season. Nowadays, they typically play twice a year. And since Crean came to Indiana, in 2008, Ryan has owned the rivalry, to the tune of a 9-0 record. The latest win came in Tuesday’s upset at Assembly Hall, and neither coach seemed overly excited about greeting the other in the postgame handshake line. Watch the ultra-quick handshake now. [ RELATED: Watch Jared Berggren posterize Victor Oladipo ] Admittedly, it’s just a handshake. For all

Jared Berggren

Video: Berggren puts Oladipo on a poster

BTN analyst Tim Doyle has been repping Jared Berggren’s underrated athleticism for some time now. To be fair, it’s pretty easy to do so after the Wisconsin senior threw down the second dunk in this clip vs. Penn State. Berggren flashed the athleticism again in Tuesday’s upset at No. 2 Indiana, posterizing Victor Oladipo, a guy used to being on the other end of the poster. Watch the dunk now and see Twitter reaction to the slam in this post. [ RELATED: Want to embed a video? Here’s how! ] Here are the tweets following the slam: Holy #thunderchunky

Adreian Payne

Super Seven: Ranking the Big Ten's best big men

We all know that come March, college basketball becomes all about the guards. In fact, whatever teams have the best guard play typically advance the farthest in the NCAA tourney. But, every coach loves to have a big man–especially a GOOD big man. And, look around: They typically are few and far between. But this year, the Big Ten has a plethora of good players who are 6-10 or taller—and three of them are freshmen. I’ve been chalking up Super Sevens all season, and now here’s my look at who I think are the best big men (6-10 and taller) in

Big Ten Conference logo

Leaders & Legends: Name change ahead?

It seems the moment the Big Ten announced in 2010 that it would name its divisions “Leaders” and “Legends,” there was an outcry from people who found names are pretentious, arrogant and just downright confusing. Others preferred simple geographic names like, say, East and West. Plausible. But isn’t the goal of a school—and a league—to produce leaders and legends? Get it? Plus, the names are unique and have some cachet and … ah, forget it. So is a change coming? Big Ten Leaders Conference Overall Ohio State 8-0 12-0 Penn State 6-2 8-4 Wisconsin 4-4 8-6 Purdue 3-5 6-7 Indiana

The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2013

What others say about 'The Journey'

Our first episode of “The Journey: 2013 Basketball” aired on Sunday and the next episode is coming up this Saturday at 10 p.m. We went ahead and scooped up some of the buzz around the first show and added it here. If you missed the show, the entire episode is available on BTN2Go. In addition to following BTN’s popular documentary-style show on Storify, you can follow Twitter and go behind the scenes with show producers running@BTNJourney for updates, photos, videos and more. We’re also on Facebook and Instagram (BTNJourney). Now, let’s have a look at what you were saying …

Jared Berggren

Today's links: Here comes Badgers vs. Hoosiers

Indiana has a big game tonight with Wisconsin visiting (read the preview here). Will the Hoosiers experience any sort of hangover following an emotional home victory over Minnesota on Saturday? Hmmm. This battle of Big Ten unbeatens seems like a good jumping off point for daily links. One area to watch for Indiana tonight: The bench. Tom Crean’s crew needs more production from the reserves. How bad was it vs. the Golden Gophers? The Hoosiers’ bench notched just three points – all on free throws. That, ladies and gentlemen, must change. And, it likely will when you consider that Indiana’s

Ohio State LiveBIG

BTN LiveBig: Honoring Stefanie Spielman's memory

Last October, during breast cancer awareness month, BTN LiveBIG first brought you the story of Chris Spielman and how he lives big by honoring his wife’s memory through the Stefanie Spielman Fund for Breast Cancer Research. BTN LiveBIG gave students at Ohio State University the chance to live big for Chris’ cause. BTN worked with the Undergraduate Business Women’s Association to sponsor Cooking for a Cure. On Sunday, October 21, 2012, more than 50 students gathered to create care packages by baking and working on craft projects. Thanks to the Spielman Fund and the Ohio State University Comprehensive Care Center,

Aaron Craft & Thad Matta

Dienhart: My top 10 games for this week

This is a good but not a great week of games in the Big Ten, with three notable matchups: Michigan at Minnesota, Ohio State at Michigan State, and Wisconsin at Indiana. Why? And how do I rank the  games this week? For starters, it’s a statement week for Wisconsin, which is unbeaten in league action and has games at Indiana and at Iowa. In an odd twist, there is a non-conference game slipped in, with Bob Huggins and West Virginia coming to Purdue. This also is the week Penn State has its best shot at winning a Big Ten game, with Nebraska