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Jared Swopshire

Men's hoops roundup: Penn State, NU record wins

There was a trio of Big Ten men’s basketball games Sunday, including Penn State topping New Hampshire, 72-45, and Northwestern taking down Brown, 63-42. Get scores, stats, recaps and select highlights from all three games in this post. Use these links to catch up on all the action: [ SCOREBOARD | ALL PHOTOS | CONNECT | RAPID RECAPS | B1G DUNKS ] PENN STATE 72, NEW HAMPSHIRE 45: BOX | AP RECAP Nick Colella And-1: Jermaine Marshall floater: FINAL: Penn State’s defense shut down New Hampshire, as the Nittany Lions defeated the Wildcats 72-45 on Sunday at the Bryce Jordan

Sep 1, 2012; University Park, PA, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions head coach Bill O'Brien leads the team onto the field prior to the game against Ohio Bobcats the at Beaver Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-US Presswire

Did You See This? Bill O'Brien joins broadcast

During Sunday’s Penn State game on BTN, a trio of Penn State coaches, including football’s Bill O’Brien, joined the telecast. O’Brien sat down with our crew following the first media timeout. The Big Ten Coach of the Year spent several minutes with us, and even provided his share of analysis. Watch O’Brien break down the action now. Looks like the coach has a career when he’s done coaching. Here’s some of O’Brien’s analysis: “And there┬áhe is about six feet beyond the arc, and drains a bomb. I think that’s a great play.” “I like how the refs are letting these

Gary Andersen

The week that was:'s top 10 videos

Winthrop coach Pat Kelsey received plenty of attention for his powerful message about the Newtown tragedy following his team’s loss at Ohio State on Tuesday night. The video went viral, so it’s no surprise it took the No. 1 spot on’s top 10 most-viewed videos of the past week. Check out the entire countdown in this post. 10. Wally Ellenson’s acrobatic first career bucket 9. Andre Almeida gets an early slam dunk: 8. Sam Thompson dunks in transition 7. Aaron White athletic one-handed alley-oop 6. Jay Wilson interviews new Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen 5. Big Ten analysts discuss Big

Adreian Payne

5 on 5: Saturday's top hoops plays & players

It was another busy Saturday on the Big Ten hardwood. Seven teams were in action (catch up on all the games), and even though Illinois (Missouri) and Ohio State (Kansas) fell in the day’s biggest tests, there were plenty of highlights and strong individual performances. Watch Saturday’s top plays and see the top statlines in this post. TOP PLAYERS 1. Derrick Nix, Michigan State – The Spartans big man lifted Michigan State past Texas, 67-56, with a career-high 25 points and 11 rebounds. Nix also drained a career-best 11 free throws. 2. Aaron White, Iowa – White threw down six

Sam Dekker

Wisconsin puts it on Milwaukee, 74-53

Ryan Evans scored a season-high 19 points, Ben Brust opened and closed a 17-1 first-half run with 3-pointers and Wisconsin routed Milwaukee 74-53 on Saturday night at the Kohl Center. Traevon Jackson added a career-best 13 points and Jared Berggren had 11 as Wisconsin (8-4) beat its state rivals for the 20th consecutive season and improved to 29-1 in the teams’ all-time series. Milwaukee (3-10) got out to an early 10-8 lead behind Paris Gulley‘s seven points, but Brust gave the Badgers the lead with his first 3-pointer 6:15 in, and his second put his team up 25-11 with 9:40

Trevor Mbakwe

No. 16 Minnesota drills Lafayette in noncon finale

Starting guard Joe Coleman scored 12 points, and No. 13/16 Minnesota got 42 points from its reserves in a 75-50 rout of Lafayette on Saturday night. Otto Osenieks added 10 points for the Gophers (12-1), who have won eight straight. Minnesota led by 15 at halftime before stretching its lead soon after the break. Rodney Williams scored six points, and Coleman added four, including a steal and dunk, as the Gophers went ahead by 20 and cruised the rest of the way. Osenieks scored while being knocked to the floor and made the ensuing free throw to cap a 16-4

Lenzelle Smith Jr.

Did You See This? Smith Jr. dunks over Withey

Kansas big man Jeff Withey leads the nation in blocks, averaging 5.4 swats per game entering Saturday’s game at Ohio State. So, as you can imagine, not many players succeed in challenging the stud center near the rim. Unless your name is Lenzelle Smith Jr., apparently. The Ohio State junior went at Withey and hammered home a left-handed slam in the first half of Saturday afternoon’s loss. Watch the dunk here. [ RELATED: Watch all the year’s slams in our Big Ten Dunk Archive ] Not too bad – even though it did come in a losing effort. Speaking of

Deshaun Thomas

Kansas tops Ohio State for third time in 12 months

Redshirt freshman Ben McLemore scored 22 points and No. 9 Kansas proved it was more than just a bully at home by beating seventh-ranked Ohio State 74-66 on Saturday. It was the third victory for the Jayhawks (10-1) in little more than a year over the Buckeyes (9-2). Kansas won a 64-62 thriller in last year’s NCAA semifinals. [ VIDEO: Lenzelle Smith Jr. jams over Jeff Withey ] The Jayhawks, who had yet to play a true road game, held Ohio State without a field goal for more than 10 minutes of the second half. The Buckeyes, who were led

Eric May

Did You See This? Eric May's ridiculous And-1

Injuries have kept Iowa senior Eric May from being the player many thought he’d become following an impressive freshman campaign. That doesn’t mean he isn’t capable of the occasional big game or highlight-reel play, though. May flashed his incredible athleticism – not to mention strength – on a silly And-1 flush during Saturday’s win vs. Coppin State. Watch the dunk now. Um, we might as well go ahead and put that one in the discussion for Big Ten dunk of the year. Considering where May took off from and how he absorbed the contact, the flush is right up there

Derrick Nix

Nix, Michigan State turn away Texas, 67-56

Derrick Nix had 25 points and 11 rebounds to help No. 20 Michigan State surged past Texas 67-56 Saturday afternoon. Nix was 7-for-10 from the field and 11-for-13 at the line, a major improvement for a 64.9-percent foul shooter. Keith Appling had 14 points and Adreian Payne added 13 for the Spartans (11-2), who stayed perfect in six December games. Julien Lewis scored 16 points and Sheldon McClellan had 13 for the Longhorns (7-5) [ BOX | AP RECAP | SCORES | ALL PHOTOS | CONNECT | RAPID RECAPS | B1G DUNKS ] Adreian Payne drives for powerful flush: Adreian