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December 11, 2012; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan Wolverines guard Trey Burke (3) goes to the basket against the Binghamton Bearcats in the first half at Crisler Center. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports.Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

No. 2 Wolverines play tonight on BTN/BTN2Go

Tonight on BTN/BTN2Go No. 2 Michigan takes on Eastern Michigan at 8:30 p.m. ET. Michigan is winning by an average of 20.7 points while off to the school’s best start since the 1988-89 national championship team also began 11-0. Trey Burke had a season-high 27 points with eight assists and Tim Hardaway Jr. matched his season best with 25 in the Wolverines’ 81-66 victory over West Virginia on Saturday. [ MORE: Read the full AP preview here | Men’s scoreboard | Men’s stats leaders | Men’s standings ] Coaches Rankings Rankings as of 12/17/2012 Rank School Record Votes Prev Rank 1 Duke

NCAA Basketball: Big Ten Media Day

Video: Watch Devyn Marble hit trey after trey

It’s heat-check time, and Iowa junior Devyn Marble keeps hitting. The guard, fresh off a 30-point effort Saturday, hit 6-of-8 3-pointers on his way to scoring  27 points in Wednesday’s 90-46 victory over South Carolina State. If it weren’t for the lopsided score, Marble, who sat much of the second half, probably would have tallied his first back-to-back 30-point games. Either way, Marble’s night was remarkable. Watch all six of Marble’s treys now. Add it all up, and Marble’s drained 10 3-pointers the last two games, shooting it at a 59-percent clip. The craziest part: Marble hit all of 22

Iowa's Fran McCaffery

Iowa runs past South Carolina State, 90-46

Devyn Marble continued his red-hot shooting with 27 points, leading Iowa to a 90-46 rout of South Carolina State on Wednesday night. The Hawkeyes (10-2) are off to their best start since 2004-05. [ RELATED: Watch all six of Devyn Marble’s 3-pointers ] Marble scored 21 points in the first half — one more than South Carolina State (4-8) did as a team. The junior guard connected on a season-high six 3-pointers. He played only four minutes in the second half. The Hawkeyes led 11-9 early in the first half when they exploded with a 19-4 run during a six-minute

Dec 19, 2012; Bloomington, IN, USA;  Indiana Hoosiers forward Christian Watford (2) blocks a shot put up by Mount St. Mary's Mountaineers guard Rashad Whack (22) during the second half at Assembly Hall. Indiana won 93-54. Credit: Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports.Credit: Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

No. 6 Indiana punishes Mount St. Mary's, 93-54

Cody Zeller finished with 16 points and six rebounds, and Christian Watford added 15 points and eight rebounds, leading No. 6 Indiana to a 93-54 rout of Mount St. Mary’s on Wednesday night. The Hoosiers (10-1) looked like a team ready to make amends four days after its first loss of the season. [ RELATED: Indiana’s Creek out indefinitely with foot injury ] Five players scored in double figures for Indiana, which had a huge rebounding edge (41-18) over the Mountaineers. The Hoosiers shot 70.6 percent – the fourth-best mark in school history. Mount St. Mary’s was led by Rashad

Wisconsin's Montee Ball

Dienhart: Let's rank the Big Ten bowls

It’s the holiday season. Time is precious. There are many options when it comes to Big Ten bowl games but there are also five of them on Jan. 1 alone. Which ones should you watch? What should you watch for in each? That’s where I come in with my nifty ranking of the Big Ten bowls from 1-7. So, sit back, put down the remote, pick up your eggnog and candy cane and read on. [ RELATED: View our 2012-13 bowl schedule ] 1. Rose Bowl, Jan. 1. Wisconsin vs. Stanford. It’s the “Granddaddy of ‘em All!” Need I type more?

Gary Andersen

Mailbag: How about no divisions for football?

It’s the busy holiday season, but that hasn’t stopped your flow of questions! Thanks! There is a lot going on in the Big Ten as we come to the end of 2012, with the bowl season starting, basketball picking up steam, Wisconsin hiring a coach and talk of Big Ten divisional realignment percolating. I look at all of that in my mail bag. Congrats to Badger fans on the pending hiring of Utah State’s Gary Andersen. It is a great hire. Andersen is a great coach, getting the best out of his teams and talent. He took a dead USU

Bill O'Brien

Penn State's Bill O'Brien wins Maxwell COY honor

The Maxwell Club, the oldest football club in America, announced Wednesday that Penn State’s Bill O’Brien has been selected as its Coach of the Year for the 2012 season. O’Brien led the Nittany Lions to victories in eight of their final 10 games, earning an 8-4 overall record and a 6-2 mark in the Big Ten, with the only losses coming to division winners Ohio State and Nebraska. In its final game, Penn State beat eventual Big Ten Champion Wisconsin, 24-21, in overtime. O’Brien’s eight wins are the most by a first-year Penn State coach in the 126 years of

Nov 25, 2012; Bloomington, IN, USA; Indiana Hoosiers guard Maurice Creek (3) looks to make a pass against Ball State Cardinals guard Chase Brogna (14) at Assembly Hall. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

Indiana's Creek out indefinitely with foot injury

(AP) Indiana backup guard Maurice Creek is out again. The Hoosiers (9-1) said Wednesday that Creek will be out indefinitely after sustaining an undisclosed injury to his right foot injury during Sunday’s practice. Creek missed half of his freshman season with a dislocated left kneecap, half of his second season with a stress fracture in his right kneecap and all of last season after slipping on the stairs and tearing the Achilles tendon in his left leg. He redshirted last year. Coach Tom Crean says he’s hoping the latest injury is only a temporary setback. Creek is averaging 3.0 points

Pat Kelsey

Did You See This? Kelsey on Newtown tragedy

Winthrop coach Pat Kelsey offered some powerful words about the recent tragedy in Newtown, Conn., at the end of his press conference after Tuesday’s 65-55 loss at Ohio State. The Cincinnati native and former Xavier player and assistant talked about how lucky he feels to be able to go home to his two young daughters in the wake of last week’s tragedy but said it’s time for America to do something. Watch Kelsey’s message now. Here’s the transcript of Kelsey’s presser, courtesy of “The last thing I wanna say is I’m really, really lucky, ’cause I’m gonna get on

Gary Andersen

Wisconsin to hire Utah State's Gary Andersen

Wisconsin will hire Utah State’s Gary Andersen as its next coach, the Big Ten Network confirmed Tuesday night. The Wisconsin State Journal first reported the news. Badger fans may be familiar with Andersen, whose team lost at Wisconsin on Sept. 15 this season, 16-14, only after missing a 37-yard field goal in the dying seconds to allow Wisconsin to escape. Unlike the departed Bret Bielema who needed to be groomed for the job, Andersen brings a strong background as a head coach to Wisconsin. But like Bielema–and Wisconsin A.D. Barry Alvarez–Andersen brings a defensive background to the job. Andersen, 48,