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Iowa's James Vandenberg

Dienhart: My Best of the College Football Bowls

Earlier this week we ranked the 2011-2012 college football bowl games as a sort of TV guide for the discerning Big Ten viewer who might not be looking to watch all 35 games, Big Ten and otherwise. And before the bowls take off I’ll be previewing each of the ten Big Ten bowl games in detail, too (full college bowl schedule here). BTN.com web editor Brent Yarina looked back and ranked the Big Ten plays of the year and posted videos of each of his picks. But now, as 35 college football bowls are slated to kick off Dec. 17

Wisconsin's Ben Brust

Did You See This? Wisconsin's Brust

When it comes to the Big Ten’s biggest surprises this men’s hoops season, it doesn’t get much bigger than Wisconsin’s Ben Brust. The sophomore, who managed just 45 minutes last season, was averaging 11.9 points per game entering Wednesday night’s contest against Green Bay. And on Wednesday, Brust ended the first half with a terrific buzzer-beater. Not only did the shot beat the horn, it also was from a highly difficult angle, practically behind the backboard. Watch the shot now. Read about Wisconsin’s easy win over Green Bay.

Wisconsin's Monte Ball

Football Report: Montee Ball's Heisman outlook

The Big Ten Football Report airs tonight at 9:30 p.m. ET and our crew takes a deep look at Wisconsin’s Montee Ball, one of five finalists for the Heisman Trophy. Tune in tonight as we present a ultimate season highlight reel and discuss his chances of winning Wisconsin’s’ third Heisman, and watch Ball’s Tuesday appearance on The Big Ten Pulse in this post. Also, click inside to vote for your favorite action photo of Ball from the past season. A dual threat at running back, Ball found the end zone 38 times this season for the Badgers and he’s got

Purdue's Robbie Hummel

Dec. 7 Big Ten Hoops Roundup

It was a struggle for the Big Ten on Wednesday night. The conference eked out several wins against inferior opponents, including Illinois over St. Bonaventure (box), Nebraska over Florida Gulf Coast (recap) and Purdue over Western Carolina (recap), while Penn State lost to Lafayette (recap). There were a couple drama-free games, though, as Wisconsin drilled Green Bay (recap) and Michigan State blew away CCSU (recap). Catch up on all the action on our Big Ten scoreboard. In women’s hoops, Illinois and Minnesota carded victories, while Iowa and Indiana lost. Read all about the games with our women’s recap. Michigan State 89,

Minnesota's Kiara Buford

Dec. 7 Women's Hoops Roundup

Four Big Ten women’s hoops teams were in action Wednesday night. Illinois carded a 66-56 win over instate foe Illinois and Minnesota thumped Air Force, 81-46, while Indiana and Iowa lost to St. Bonaventure and Iowa State, respectively. Catch up on all of Wednesday’s action in this post and don’t forget to watch our highlights from Minnesota’s easy win now. St. Bonaventure 65, Indiana 45 BOX The Hoosiers could not overcome an early deficit as St. Bonventure topped Indiana on the road, 65-45. Danilsa Andujar had her second-consecutive double-double setting new career-highs with 12 points and the 13 rebounds. Aulani

Illinois' Whitney Mercilus

Illini's Mercilus Wins Hendricks Award

Illinois’ Whitney Mercilus won the Hendricks Defensive End of the Year Award, it was announced Wednesday. The junior leads the nation in sacks (14.5), sacks per game (1.2) and forced fumbles (9) while ranking sixth nationally in tackles for loss per game (1.6). The award makes Mercilus the first Illini to win a national honor since Dana Howard (1994) and Kevin Hardy (1995) won the Butkus Award in back-to-back years. Mercilus beat out finalists Frank Alexander (Oklahoma), Andre Branch (Clemson), Vinny Curry (Marshall), Sam Montgomery (LSU) and Nick Perry, Jr. (USC), garnering over 50 percent of the vote from current

Nebraska's Bo Pelini

Dienhart: Nebraska looks to name new assistant

With Carl Pelini off to replace Howard Schnellenberger as Florida Atlantic coach, Nebraska will need a new defensive coordinator. Pelini, the brother of Husker head coach Bo, won’t coach with the 9-3 Cornhuskers in the Capital One Bowl against South Carolina Former Arizona head coach Mike Stoops has been mentioned as a possible replacement. Stoops, who also has been mentioned as a possible member of Urban Meyer’s new Ohio State staff, and Cornhusker head coach Bo Pelini grew up in Youngstown, Ohio, and attended Cardinal Mooney High School. Nebraska beat Stoops’ Arizona team in the 2009 Holiday Bowl, 33-0. But

Michigan State's Denicos Allen

Singling them out: Big Ten's Best of '11

Well, that was a fun 2011 Big Ten football season. The new divisions created a lot more drama and intrigue, and the inaugural Big Ten title game was a huge success. Now, we have roughly three weeks to kill before the bowl games kick off (see the bowl schedule). With the regular season behind us, BTN.com web editor Brent Yarina takes a look at the Best from the Big Ten in 2011. Watch our feature on everyone’s Play of the Year now and see Brent’s winners for best pass, best run, best catch, and much more, in this post. Best

Minnesota's Rodney Williams

Dec. 6 Big Ten Hoops Roundup

Rodney Williams and Minnesota pulled away from Appalachian State on BTN Tuesday (recap), while Iowa lost at instate rival Northern Iowa (recap). Catch up on all the action on our Big Ten scoreboard. You can also find halftime and final recap stories in this post. And all season long our contributing bloggers, The Big Ten Geeks, offer up their take on the nightly action, so be sure to check out their work. BTN.com web editor Brent Yarina also serves up his Big Ten power rankings every week. In women’s basketball, Michigan State and Penn State cruised to wins. Don’t forget

Wisconsin's Montee Ball

Pulse: Heisman Finalist Ball Joined Us

Wisconsin running back and Heisman Trophy finalist Montee Ball has thrilled Badgers fans all season long, and he made another appearance on the Big Ten Network on Tuesday night’s The Big Ten Pulse. Check out his BTN.com player page with season and career stats, then scroll down in this post to find more on the Heisman Trophy finalist, including a video archive of his appearances on BTN, and a few of his selected tweets. Montee Ball on Twitter (@M_Ball28) We’ve been following Ball all season, and here are a few of our favorite tweets from the running back: http://twitter.com/#!/M_Ball28/status/133988594997145600 http://twitter.com/#!/M_Ball28/status/131210745894547457