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2:30 PMNorthwestern at Rutgers Watch
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Northwestern's John Shurna

Dienhart: Let's look at the week ahead

Up is down. In is out. Black is white. Welcome to Big Ten basketball 2012, a season filled with twists and turns that have jumbled the race (standings). And the conference season isn’t even half over. This past week was filled with tumult that scrambled the league standings and made one thing perfectly clear: This is going to be a wild race for the Big Ten championship. Last week’s craziness began with Illinois shocking Ohio State behind Brandon Paul’s 43 points. Thursday saw Minnesota—winless in the Big Ten—dump Indiana. Then on Saturday, Michigan State had its 15-game winning streak end

Illinois's Brandon Paul

Big Ten hands out weekly hoops honors

The Big Ten Conference released its Men’s Basketball Players of the Week for Jan. 9-15 action. It was a crazy week of action that saw several upsets, including Northwestern handing Michigan State its first Big Ten loss and first loss in it last 16 games. See the conference’s latest weekly winners and find out what they did to earn the prestigious honors in this post. Player of the Week: Brandon Paul, Illinois, G – Jr. – 6-4 – Gurnee, Ill. – Warren Had a career night against No. 5/5 Ohio State, scoring 43 points and adding eight rebounds and four

Michigan's Zack Novak

Highlights from the latest 'Journey'

On Sunday’s debut of the second episode of “The Journey,” our crew looked at a number of Big Ten stories. One of them involved tracking Zack Novak and Michigan as they knocked off Wisconsin and another looked at Illinois’ Meyers Leonard. Watch those segments here and be sure check our TV schedule and check “The Journey” posts on BTN.com. You can also watch the show on BTN2Go.

Wisconsin Badgers forward Mike Bruesewitz

Can You Name that UW Post Move?

During Wisconsin’s game against Nebraska BTN took viewers inside a Wisconsin practice and focused on the various moves taught to the Badgers’ big men. What do former NBA greats Dominique Wilkins, Moses Malone, Jack Sikma, Kevin McHale and Bernard King all have in common? They have fundamental back-to-the-basket moves named after them at Wiscosnin. Watch the video to see each one. Then feel free to use these during your own Nerf basketball games at home, office, or dorm room. Find more “Did You See This?’ videos, see other Wisconsin’s Best videos, and subscribe to our free “Did You See This?”

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Catch 'The Journey' tonight at 8 p.m.

In the second installment of the award-winning show “The Journey” tonight at 8 p.m. ET, our crew takes you inside several more compelling stories during this Big Ten Basketball season. We went to Lincoln for the Huskers’ first Big Ten game. In Ann Arbor, we’ll show you more about the Wolverine senior leader Zack Novak and then take you to Champaign to learn how Meyers Leonard went from a small town to the big time. We also spend time with first-year Penn State coach Pat Chambers. The Journey is on Twitter (@BTNJourney) and they also deliver bonus Web-only video clips,

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Did You See This? Minnesota Dunks

Minnesota’s Joe Coleman goes hard to the rim with a two-handed dunk against Penn State on Sunday, but he wasn’t the only Gopher slamming it home. Rodney Williams, who earlier this season pulled off a 360-degree dunk, added a two-handed dunk of his own against the Nittany Lions. Click down in this post to see it and see all of our “Did You See This?” videos in our archive. And this wasn’t a dunk, but Williams shows his flexibility while taking it to the bucket. Find more “Did You See This?’ videos, see other Minnesota’s Best videos, and subscribe to

Indiana Hoosiers guard Jordan Hulls

Gophers, Buckeyes, Badgers post Sunday wins

Joe Coleman scored 23 points and grabbed five rebounds and Rodney Williams added 14 points and eight boards as they teamed up to lead Minnesota to an 80-66 victory  over Penn State on Sunday (box score). Lenzelle Smith Jr. scored 28 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lift No. 5 Ohio State to an 80-63 win over No. 8 Indiana (box score). In the third game of the day Wisconsin beat Nebraska 50-45 (box score). Full video highlights inside this post. Jump inside for recaps and more links to our men’s scoreboard, too. On the women’s front, there were four

University of Michigan women's basketball player Courtney Boylan

Big Ten Women's Highlights

Michigan remains undefeated in Big Ten play after a 61-57 win over Minnesota while Purdue hangs on at home against Iowa for a 57-55 win. Penn State upset Nebraska 93-73. Find full results on the women’s scoreboard.

Gus Johnson

Best of Gus: Spartans at Wildcats

Gus Johnson got the assignment to call Michigan State at Northwestern with BTN’s Jim Jackson on Saturday and it didn’t take him long to dial up the volume. We clip and post Johnson’s best calls for each game he works this season and archive them here during games, so bookmark the page and come back all season right up through the Big Ten tourney. Davide Curletti’s dunk brought kudos from Gus Johnson. Gus Johnson: “Marcotullio. Pure.” John Shurna drain a deep three-pointer to end the first half. Northwestern goes ahead. Gus Johnson takes it up a notch. This Michigan State

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Iowa provides some eye-popping plays

Leading Michigan 31-23, the Hawkeyes held the ball or the final shot of the first half on Saturday before Roy Devyn Marble popped in a fade away jumper as the clock expired. And earlier in the first half, Iowa’s Matt Gatens took a pass, made a nifty shot fake, then drove the lane for a slow-rolling shot and drew the foul. Watch it below. And in the second half, Iowa’s Bryce Cartwright makes the play and Melsahn Basabe finishes it with a slam dunk. Find more “Did You See This?’ videos, see other Iowa’s Best videos, and subscribe to our