No. 1 Penn State tallied a dominant 35-3 road victory at Purdue on Sunday. The Nittany Lions received pins from David Taylor and Ed Ruth in the win. The Nittany Lions (7-0, 4-0) won all but one match, as Purdue’s Ivan Lopouchanski managed to card a victory over James English in the 149-pount bout. Watch our highlights here and read the full recap at GoPSUSports.com.
There were a handful of Big Ten women’s hoops games Sunday, including Iowa upsetting No. 11 Purdue, 62-46, to give head coach Lisa Bluder career win No. 600. Watch Bluder talk about the milestone now and catch up on all the action in this post.
Twenty years to the day of his death, Iowa honored former basketball player Chris Street at halftime of Saturday’s game against Wisconsin. Street died in a car accident on Jan. 19, 1993, during his junior season in Iowa City. On Saturday, the Hawkeyes welcomed back Street’s family, honored every Iowa Chris Street Award winner, first handed out in 1993, and aired a video montage of Street as a player and person. Watch the tribute now.
Aaron White scored 17 points and Iowa hung on to beat Wisconsin 70-66 on Saturday night, knocking the Badgers out of first place in the Big Ten. Devyn Marble added 13 for the Hawkeyes, which picked up their biggest win of the season on the 20th anniversary of the death of former player Chris Street.
Iowa didn’t only beat streaking Wisconsin on Saturday, it did so with some flair. The Hawkeyes have plays from Melsahn Basabe and Eric May to thank for that. Each player helped lift the roof off Carver-Hawkeye Arena with slams that should make all the highlight shows. Both dunks were nice, but they were even bigger because they came off great defensive plays. Which dunk was better? Watch both now and cast your vote in the poll inside.
No. 2 Michigan swept all four events and the all-around to improve on its program-best start, taking down Illinois for the 36th consecutive time, 197.350-195.100, on Saturday at Crisler Center. It was the Wolverines’ highest score — regular season or postseason — since March 7, 2008, vs. Georgia (197.600).