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Five Big Ten women's games tonight

Michigan State Spartans guard Kiana Johnson

Northwestern at Michigan State - Women's Basketball Highlights

Five women’s basketball games in the Big Ten tonight beginning with Northwestern at Michigan State. Watch highlights of Michigan State’s 72-58 win now, track all of the results on our Big Ten women’s scoreboard and jump inside this post for much more women’s basketball coverage including an interview with Purdue’s Brittany Rayburn.

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Big Ten Mail Call! Answering your letters

Illinois Fighting Illini fan

Big Ten Blast: Feb. 9th Afternoon Update

You have your questions. And, as usual, I have my answers. Put them together and you have another BTN.com mailbag. Basketball is on the minds of many, which is why I rank my top Big Ten point guards in this mailbag. But interest in football never wanes so we talk about some recruiting, too. Heck, some spring practices will begin in less than a month, if you can believe it.

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Dienhart: Q&A with Rodney Williams

Minnesota's Rodney Williams

Rodney Williams Break Away 360 Dunk

Is there a more electric player in the Big Ten than Minnesota’s Rodney Williams? Of course not. The 6-7, 200-pound junior forward from Minneapolis is a human highlight film, seemingly executing one jaw-dropping, make-your-heart pound dunk every game. Like, for instance, the 360-degree one in this post.

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I Hit It To Win It: Anderson's Shot At Indiana

Nick Anderson shot thumb

I Hit It To Win It: Nick Anderson

The 1988-89 Big Ten basketball season was one for the ages and the league was stacked with great teams and players. Indiana was a powerhouse and Illinois would wind up in the Final Four. As the Hoosiers and Illini prepare to play tonight, (8 p.m. ET, BTN/BTN2Go) look back at this incredible moment from their 1989 game at Indiana.

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Did You See This? Payne alley-oop

Michigan State's Adreian Payne

Appling to Payne for an Alley-oop

Michigan State’s Adreian Payne is as long as any player in the Big Ten. That length really comes in handy when his teammates decide to loft a pass his way in the paint. Keith Appling knows that as well as any Spartan. The first-year Michigan State point guard found Payne open around the rim in the first half of Wednesday night’s game against Penn State, and the result was pretty obvious. Two easy points. Watch the Appling-to-Payne alley right here.

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