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Tuesday Sep 27
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Minnesota Golden Gophers guard Andre Hollins (1) passes during the first half against the Tennessee State Tigers at Williams Arena. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-US PRESSWIRE

Minnesota hammers home 72-43 win

Minnesota held Tennessee State to 14-of-59 shooting, as defense led the Golden Gophers to a 72-43 victory on Thursday at Williams Arena in Minneapolis. Minnesota (3-0) held Tennessee State (0-3) to 24 percent shooting from the field, and the Golden Gophers never trailed in the game. Catch up on all the action on our Big Ten scoreboard and get video, stats and recaps in this post. [ BOX | AP RECAP | SCOREBOARD | CONNECT WITH FANS & BTN | ALL RAPID RECAPS ] FINAL: Minnesota held Tennessee State to 14-of-59 shooting, as defense led the Golden Gophers to a

Northwestern Wildcats guard Dave Sobolewski (3) shoots over Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils guard Davon Usher (0) during the first half at Welsh-Ryan Arena. Mandatory Credit: David Banks-US PRESSWIRE

Wildcats hold off Delta Devils for win

Davon Usher led Mississippi Valley State with 37 points, but it was not enough as the Delta Devils fell to Northwestern 81-68 Thursday at Welsh-Ryan Arena in Evanston. Reggie Hearn and Jared Swopshire both had good games for Northwestern (2-0). Hearn contributed 23 points, made 8-of-11 shots from the floor, and shot 4-of-6 from long range. Catch up on all the action on our Big Ten scoreboard and get video, stats and recaps in this post. [ BOX | AP RECAP | SCOREBOARD | CONNECT WITH FANS & BTN | ALL RAPID RECAPS ] FINAL: Swopshire had 22 points, went

Minnesota's Rodney Williams

BTN Video Vault: Find all of our video clips

As many of our readers may know by now, we clip and post lots of video, from our popular “Did You See This?” clips to portions of shows like “The Journey” and “Big Ten Elite.” We even have a Facebook page devoted to our videos at Facebook.com/BTNvideo. Various school Twitter accounts also get fast and easy video links, and you can find them all here. All of BTN.com’s video always lives in our main BTN.com video gallery, and you can search for clips or scan our various channels there. As an extra treat tonight in this post, we’ve added that

Devin Gardner

Debate it: Should Devin or Denard start?

If and when Denard Robinson returns from his right elbow injury, who should Michigan start at quarterback? Is it Robinson, or Devin Gardner, the replacement the past two games? The question may seem crazy, considering Robinson’s experience and ability to rack up big statistical days, but Gardner has impressed in two starts. So, who should it be? BTN.com’s Tom Dienhart and Brent Yarina debate here, plus they post fan tweets on the topic. Brent: Gardner should start. He better fits what Al Borges wants to do, and I think the Wolverines would be a more dynamic unit with him under

Dave Revsine Headshot

Revsine: Check out these Week 12 Football Numbers

The Leaders representative in Indy has been decided. Now, over the next two weeks, Nebraska and Michigan will battle it out to see who represents the Legends. It’s been a different Wolverines team on offense the last two weeks – as the play of Devin Gardner has made them far more difficult to defend. While I’m certainly not suggesting that Denard Robinson shouldn’t play somewhere if he’s healthy, the numbers certainly suggest that Michigan has been better on offense with Gardner at QB. 10, 0: Michigan’s offense has tallied 10 touchdowns over its last two outings. The Wolverines had 0

Bill O'Brien

Links: On Miller's workload, O'Brien's future & more

No doubt, Braxton Miller is a special player, the fulcrum of the Ohio State attack, the straw that stirs the proverbial drink. When a big play is needed, Miller usually delivers. But ten games into the season, he still is having to carry too big of a load. Read about that and other Big Ten topics in my daily links. Carlos Hyde has emerged as a force at running back in recent weeks, helping to lighten Miller’s considerable load. Still, others need to be more consistent as playmakers. As Tim May of the Columbus Dispatch points out, Urban Meyer’s challenge

Wisconsin's Montee Ball

Week 12: We predict all six Big Ten games

Every week, BTN.com’s Brent Yarina (@BTNBrentYarina) and Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) offer their predictions for each Big Ten football game. We also provide a poll for all of the games so fans can vote for their winners. After 11 weeks, it’s Dienhart and BTN.com fans tied for the top spot, four games ahead of Yarina. See our Week 12 predictions and choose your winners in this post. SEASON RECORDS Tom: 63-21; .750 BTN.com fans: 63-21; .750 Brent: 59-25; .702 [RELATED: Week 12 Power Rankings | Week 12 Player Rankings | Week 12 Bowl Projections] Indiana (4-6, 2-4) at Penn State (6-4, 4-2)

Ben Brust

No. 10 Florida knocks off No. 20 Wisconsin, 74-56

Erik Murphy tied a career-high with 24 points just days after dealing with an illness, and No. 10 Florida beat 22nd-ranked Wisconsin 74-56 on Wednesday night. Murphy made all 10 of his shots, including two 3-pointers, as the short-handed Gators enjoyed a double-digit lead most of the night. He also had seven rebounds. Mike Rosario added 15 points, four rebounds and four assists for Florida (2-0), and Kenny Boynton chipped in 10. Sam Dekker and Jared Berggren had 11 points apiece for Wisconsin (1-1). The Gators, playing without point guard Scottie Wilbekin (suspension) and forward Casey Prather (concussion), essentially won

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Mark, Matte featured on Wednesday's 'Journey'

On Wednesday night’s “The Journey: Big Ten Football 2012,” we featured Indiana’s Will Matte and Northwestern’s Venric Mark. Watch a clip from the show here. In it, BTN goes behind the scenes with Matte’s family for a special surprise hours before Indiana’s Senior Day game vs. Wisconsin, and take viewers inside the secret behind Mark’s breakout season. Also, check out a couple bonus clips in this post. Footage from Wisconsin’s win at Indiana: And from Michigan’s overtime victory over Northwestern:

Michigan State Spartans center Adreian Payne (5) drives to the basket during practice the day before the semifinals of the west region of the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament at US Airways Center. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-US PRESSWIRE

Welcome to the Big Ten Dunk Archive

Like dunks? You’re in luck, because we here at BTN.com are clipping every Big Ten dunk – from the games we have online rights to – and linking to them for your viewing pleasure. Find your favorite team’s November slams in the table below. Throughout the season, we’ll update the list on our Big Ten Dunk Archive. Bookmark that page to keep up with all the latest slams. Every Monday, we’re also posting all the dunks from the previous week in one video. Check out the season’s first edition. Oh, and don’t forget to read our favorite Big Ten dunk posts