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Nebraska vs Wisconsin

Badgers roll Huskers, win third straight crown

INDIANAPOLIS – Could this bizarre 2012 Big Ten season had ended any differently than this? Of course not. Wisconsin’s 70-31 pummeling of Nebraska put a fitting punctuation mark on a season that didn’t go by script. In fact, it went way off script. The Big Ten’s best team—12-0 Ohio State—couldn’t play in the Big Ten title game or go to a bowl because of probation. But it was given a trophy for winning the Leaders Division. Penn State overcame long odds playing with a depleted roster and battling through an 0-2 start to finish 8-4 and in second place in

Nebraska vs Wisconsin

Video: Quick clips from title game

Check out a few video highlights from Saturday night’s Big Ten Football Championship game. And remember that all of our BTN videos are at Wisconsin quarterback Curt Phillips postgame interview with BTN. *** Wisconsin linebackers Mike Taylor and Ethan Armstrong talk with BTN following the big win over Nebraska. *** Bret Bielema joins the BTN crew for a postgame interview. *** Bo Pelini postgame press conference. *** Nebraska’s Kenny Bell laid a big block on Wisconsin’s Devin Smith in the third quarter. The hit was ruled a penalty and nullified a touchdown for Nebraska. *** Wisconsin’s James White passes to

Nebraska vs Wisconsin

Photos: Big Ten Championship

This post is the home for the best photos from the Big Ten Football Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, and we’ve added a spectacular video looking at the images of the past football season, too. We’ll be updating the gallery all night. All of our galleries are on our photo gallery archive page. And now, the rest of our photos…

Coppin State at Indiana

Indiana runs off with 87-51 win

 Victor Oladipo and Will Sheehey both scored 14 points to lead No. 1 Indiana to an 87-51 win over Coppin State on Saturday night. The top-ranked Hoosiers (8-0) overcame poor shooting at the start of the game and pulled away from the Eagles (1-6). Indiana missed its first nine shots and didn’t take the lead until Christian Watford‘s 3-pointer with 9:25 left in the first half. Catch up on all the action on our Big Ten scoreboard and get video, stats and recaps in this post. [ BOX | AP RECAP | SCORES | ALL PHOTOS | CONNECT | RAPID RECAPS | B1G DUNKS |

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Did You See This? Greg Oden interview

Former Ohio State standout Greg Oden stopped by the BTN booth to talk with Tom Hamilton and Jim Jackson during Saturday’s game against Northern Kentucky. At one point, he was asked what he remembered most about the season that ended one win short of an NCAA championship. Oden didn’t miss a beat and replied: “We lost.” Oden, 24, is taking classes at Ohio State and he talked a little bit about his time with the Buckeyes, his future plans, and then he gave his thoughts on the current Buckeyes basketball team. Watch the video in this post.


Big Ten expansion: Tell the Big Ten what you think

The Big Ten Conference made a little more news recently when it announced Maryland and Rutgers would become the conference 13th and 14th members, respectively. Now, for the entire month of December, BTN will discuss the very questions stirred up by conference expansion and we want you tell us where you stand, too. The staff at hears about it all the time via our customer service inbox, reader mailbags and comment forums. That’s why we created a Big Ten expansion section on to house all of our latest posts  Some of these new expansion questions will sound very

Northern Kentucky at Ohio State

Ross scores career-best 22 in Buckeyes win

LaQuinton Ross scored a career-high 22 points to lead cold-shooting No. 4 Ohio State to a 70-43 victory over Northern Kentucky on Saturday. Ohio State (5-1) rebounded from a 73-68 loss to No. 2 Duke on Wednesday night in which the Buckeyes led most of the way but faded at the finish. Catch up on all the action on our Big Ten scoreboard and get video, stats and recaps in this post. [ BOX | AP RECAP | SCORES | ALL PHOTOS | CONNECT | RAPID RECAPS | B1G DUNKS | WATCH ON BTN2GO] FINAL: LaQuinton Ross scored 22 points and grabbed eight

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Saturday's women's basketball roundup

Tayler Hill scored 20 points to lead No. 15 Ohio State to its 27th consecutive home victory, 78-33 over Evansville in a nonconference game Saturday. Ashley Adams added 14 points and all 13 players scored for the Buckeyes (5-2), who led 40-23 at halftime and began the second half with a 25-0 run to take complete command. Read the full recap here. Also Saturday: Colorado 69, Illinois 62; Michigan 59, Florida 53; Wisconsin 69, Alabama 50; Nebraska 60, Idaho State 51; Iowa 68, Northern Iowa 46; Michigan State 81, Milwaukee 50. Full results on our women’s basketball scoreboard.

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Stauskas scores 22 in Michigan win

Freshman Nick Stauskas scored 22 points in his first start and No. 3 Michigan survived a late run to beat Bradley 74-66 on Saturday. Stauskas started for Matt Vogrich and delivered early with eight first-half points to help the Wolverines (7-0) hold onto a narrow halftime lead, 34-30. Catch up on all the action on our Big Ten scoreboard and get video, stats and recaps in this post. [ BOX | AP RECAP | SCORES | ALL PHOTOS | CONNECT | RAPID RECAPS | B1G DUNKS ] FINAL:  Nik Stauskas scored 22 points and grabbed three rebounds to lead No. 3

Lucas Oil Stadium

Dienhart: 4 things to watch for tonight

Kickoff of the second Big Ten title game is hours away between Nebraska and Wisconsin. A Big Ten title is on the line, and the winner will play Stanford in the Rose Bowl. Here are four things to watch. 1. Can Curt Phillips pass? It’s basically a given that Nebraska will slide an extra man in the box in an effort to thwart the potent Badger ground game. If the fifth-year senior Wisconsin signal caller can’t make the Huskers pay for committing to stop the run, the Badger offense figures to bog down. [RELATED: Join Tom Dienhart and Brent Yarina