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Ohio State Fans

Dienhart: Gems litter the week's slate

 The Big Ten season is halfway over—and the best is yet to come in a conference race that remains in flux. More clarity may come this week, which shapes up as one of the best yet of the season. In particular, this is a big week for Michigan State and Indiana. And matchup-wise, I can’t wait for the battle between the Big Ten’s top freshmen: Michigan’s Trey Burke and Indiana’s Cody Zeller. See my game rankings for this week’s action in this post. 1. Ohio State at Wisconsin, Saturday, Feb. 4. This is why we suffer through long, cold, dark

Wisconsin's Jordan Taylor

Dienhart: Let's look at the week ahead

This shapes up as one of the best weeks of the season with several marquee matchups. The teams most on the spot? It’s Michigan State and Indiana, which each has two big games. The Spartans play host to Michigan and travel to Illinois; the Hoosiers have two on the road: Michigan and archrival Purdue. But don’t forget about surging Wisconsin, either. The Badgers, winners of five straight and one game out of the Big Ten lead, travel to Penn State and host first-place Ohio State. Get ready for the week ahead in this post. Game of the week: Ohio State

Michigan's Tim Hardaway Jr.

Oladipo, Hardaway nominated for dunk of the year

ESPN2 is running a contest on Facebook for the 2012 Dunk of the Year (you must like the page to vote), and Indiana’s Victor Oladipo and Michigan’s Tim Hardaway Jr. are both nominees. Oladipo is in the mix for his one-handed throwdown in Indiana’s upset of No. 1 Kentucky, while Hardaway is in there for his driving, one-handed flush at Indiana. Both dunks were terrific. Go to the page and cast your vote for the Big Ten. According to the page, the Dunk of the Year will be featured March 26 during Dunks of the Year on ESPN2. Currently, Oladipo’s

Phil Knight and Jay Paterno

'A Memorial for Joe' to re-air at 7 a.m. ET Tuesday

BTN will re-air Joe Paterno’s public memorial service, “A Memorial for Joe,” at 7 a.m. ET Tuesday. The event, which aired live on BTN last Thursday from a packed Bryce Jordan Center, featured videos of Paterno throughout his legendary Penn State career and 13 speakers. The entire memorial is about 2 hours and 45 minutes, so plan accordingly if using a DVR. Regardless of what program your provider lists at 7 a.m. Tuesday, rest assure the memorial will air. Remember, you can also watch the full memorial here, any time, any day. Watch Jay Paterno’s speech now and catch other

Indiana's Cody Zeller

Ohio State tops Michigan; Indiana topples Iowa

For the first time since 1995, No. 17 Indiana hit triple digits in a Big Ten game, carding a 103-89 victory over Iowa on Sunday (recap). In other action, No. 3 Ohio State continued its dominance over No. 22 Michigan (recap). Catch up on both games with our Big Ten scoreboard and get stats, video and recaps in this post. If you like highlights, check out our Did You See This? archive. Indiana fans will enjoy this scoring spree and dunk-a-thon. And where does your team land in the Big Ten standings? What about the national polls? And don’t forget

Indiana's Derek Elston

IU's Elston Goes Off, Zeller puts on dunk show

Derek Elston averaged 2.6 points per game in Indiana’s first nine Big Ten games. On Sunday night against Iowa, the junior forward erupted for eight points in a 70-second span, hitting a 3-pointer, a deep jumper and another 3 on successive first-half possessions. The scoring spree not only marked Elston’s most points in a game since he totaled eight against Howard on Dec. 19, it also turned a tie game into an eight-point Indiana advantage. Oh, and for good measure, the junior blocked a shot to help create the final bucket of the outburst. Watch Elston’s rare explosion now and

Gus Johnson

All Access with BTN's Gus Johnson

BTN producers followed around popular broadcaster Gus Johnson during a recent trip to Chicago for Northwestern’s upset victory over Michigan State. From the time he got off the plane to the final whistle at Welsh-Ryan Arena, BTN cameras were there to offer a brief glimpse into the life of one of the nation’s busiest game-callers. Not only is the footage terrific, it’s informative. For example, did you know Gus has a locker room to use to get ready before the game, or that he prefers to steam his gameday attire in the shower? Watch Gus’ arrival into Chicago now and

Minnesota's Kiara Buford

Jan. 29 Women's Hoops Roundup

A day after Iowa sent No. 17 Purdue to its first Big Ten defeat, there were a pair of upsets in the Big Ten on Sunday. Behind Rachel Banham’s 20 points, Minnesota took down No. 9 Ohio State, 76-65, and Michigan State took down No. 19 Penn State, 83-73. In other action, No. 21 Nebraska toppled Illinois, 61-47, and Northwestern downed Indiana, 68-61. Catch up on all the action on our Big Ten scoreboard and get stats and recaps in this post. Nebraska 67, Illinois 47 BOX | AP RECAP (AP) Lindsey Moore scored 20 points to help No. 19

Iowa's Devyn Marble

The Journey: Watch a clip from the show

This week on “The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2012,” we found out how Iowa’s Roy Devyn Marble has flourished while carrying a memorable last name in Iowa City. Also, we learned about Wisconsin’s Mike Bruesewitz’s hockey talents and saw how Purdue seniors Robbie Hummel and Lewis Jackson have battled through injuries this season. We also examined the amazing transformation of Michigan State’s Derrick Nix. Watch a clip from the show on Marble and see a couple bonus clips in this post. You can check out other Journey bonus clips here. And don’t forget you can watch The Journey every week

Minnesota's Chip Armelin

Armelin gets fancy; Williams brings down house

“Chip Armelin is suddenly Steve Nash.” That’s what our resident Big Ten Geeks (@bigtengeeks) tweeted Saturday night following the Minnesota guard’s fancy pass to set up a transition bucket against Illinois. The pass was worthy of the high praise, too. Not only did Armelin fake a behind-the-back pass, he threw the ball right through D.J. Richardson’s arms, hitting Oto Osenieks for an easy bucket. Speaking of the Gophers, Rodney Williams had another huge dunk Saturday, much to the delight of BTN announcer Tom Hart. Watch Armelin’s pass now and Williams’ dunk in this post. And take a look at how