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Green, Oladipo, Zeller rattle rim

Indiana's Victor Oladipo

Cody Zeller gets to the rim

There were some rim-rattling slams on the hoop going to the right on your TV screen in Indiana’s victory over Michigan State on Wednesday. Draymond Green started it with a steal that he turned into a powerful And-1 in the first 20 minutes; in the second half, Victor Oladipo added a thunderous dunk, and Cody Zeller matched Green’s steal and slam. As they say, things come in threes. Which dunk was the best? Watch Zeller’s slam now and see the other two in this post. Then, cast your vote for the top dunk. Prediction: It’s going to be a close one.

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Best of Gus: Minnesota at No. 15 Wisconsin

Gus Johnson

Gus Johnson: Andre Hollins Drive

Throughout the 2011-12 Big Ten men’s basketball season, we’re spotlighting Gus Johnson’s best calls. The popular play-by-play announcer is calling men’s hoops for BTN all winter long, and we’ll clip and post his best calls and archive them here. Feel free to bookmark the page and come back all season right up through the Big Ten tourney. Right now, watch Johnson’s call of Andre Hollins’ driving bucket and get all of the announcer’s best calls from Tuesday’s Minnesota-Wisconsin game in this post.

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Football Report: Borges & NFL Combine

Al Borges

Al Borges - Howard Griffith Conversation

On Tuesday night’s Big Ten Football Report, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart joined Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith to discuss the most intriguing secondary in the Big Ten, among other things. Also, Chris Martin and draft expert Russ Lande provided a report from the NFL Combine and Griffith sat down with Michigan offensive coordinator Al Borges, who enters his second season in Ann Arbor. Watch our interview with Borges now and get your combine updates in this post.

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Dienhart: Is Green the Player of the Year?

Michigan State's Draymond Green

Big Ten Blast: Feb. 28th Morning Edition

Entering the final week of the season, Draymond Green’s reign as the Big Ten’s top player isn’t threatened as he’s on course to take home the league’s Player of the Year honors (announced next Monday). Why not? Green is the lone player who averages a double-double. And his leadership is off the charts, as Green already has led the Spartans to a share of the Big Ten title.

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Get your All-Big Ten Women's hoops teams

Ohio State's Samantha Prahalis

Samantha Prahalis - Player of the Year Interview

The 2011-12 All-Big Ten Women’s Basketball Teams were announced live on BTN on Monday night. Ohio State’s Samantha Prahalis, Minnesota’s Rachel Banham and Penn State’s Coquese Washington were named player of the year, freshman of the year and coach of the year, respectively, by both the coaches and media. Prahalis was the lone unanimous choice on both first teams, as well. Watch our interview with Prahalis now.

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Dienhart: Ranking the final week's games

Indiana's Christian Watford

Gus Johnson: Meyers Leonard Blocks

While the Ohio State at Michigan State game has lost luster with the Buckeyes’ defeat at home to Wisconsin on Sunday, it still looms as the most attractive game of the week. Also, it’s a big week for Wisconsin, which wants to finish fourth to earn a bye in the Big Ten tourney. Purdue and Indiana are giving chase, but the Badgers own the tiebreaker over both and only need to win one of their final two to guarantee a bye. And can Northwestern finish fast to build its NCAA resume?

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