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Did You See This? Illinois' Paul

Illinois' Brandon Paul

Brandon Paul three off inbound and block

Illinois’ Brandon Paul had a night to remember Tuesday. The junior exploded for 43 points and eight 3-pointers, both career highs, in Illinois’ upset victory over No. 5 Ohio State. He also played his share of defense, with a career-high four blocks and two steals. Basically, he was a star on both ends of the floor. Never was that more evident than on a late sequence where he hit a fadeaway 3-pointer and stuffed preseason Big Ten Player of the Year Jared Sullinger on the ensuing play. Watch the sequence now. Also, check out another one of his blocks and the Twitter reaction to his big night in this post.

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Jan. 10 Big Ten Hoops Roundup

Brandon Paul & Meyers Leonard

Ohio State at Illinois - Men's Basketball Highlights

Brandon Paul’s career-high 43 points helped Illinois upset No. 5 Ohio State (recap) and No. 7 Michigan State stayed perfect in Big Ten play by throttling Iowa (recap) in Big Ten men’s action Tuesday. Catch up on all the action on our Big Ten scoreboard and get stats, recaps and video in this post. Also, watch our Paul-centric highlight from Illinois’ upset win over No. 5 Ohio State now.

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Did You See This? Michigan State's Green

Michigan State's Draymond Green

Brandan Kearney to Draymond Green Alley-Oop

Michigan State senior captain Draymond Green doesn’t do a lot of his work high above the rim. No, most of Green’s damage on the offensive end is done with jumpers and inside post moves. That wasn’t the case late in the first half of Michigan State’s game against Iowa on Tuesday night, however. With just under three minutes remaining before halftime, Green ran the floor and got high up to connect with Brandan Kearney on a terrific alley-oop. Watch the alley-oop now and be sure to check out Green’s face on the way back down the floor.

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Jay Paterno will not be back at PSU

Jay Paterno

Steve Jones Talks Bill O'Brien Hiring

(AP) Jay Paterno is leaving Penn State’s coaching staff after spending 17 years as an assistant under his father, Hall of Fame coach Joe Paterno. The younger Paterno worked the last 12 seasons as the quarterbacks coach. His departure was expected after the school last week named New England Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien to succeed JoePa as head coach. “I wish the program the best of luck in carrying on the academic and athletic excellence that have been a hallmark of this university for decades,” Jay Paterno said in a statement. Read the full AP story and check out Paterno’s blog post.

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Impact the World: Watch clip from debut show

Indiana: Horse Therapy

Impact the World: Horse Therapy

BTN’s powerful new original series “Impact the World” debuted Tuesday night. The series, hosted by actor Dennis Haysbert, will include 24 stories from all 12 Big Ten universities. On the debut episode, we focused on stories that illustrate the impact of advances in medical therapy and treatment at Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota. Watch the clip on Indiana University’s horse therapy now and find out more about the show in this post.

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Football Report: Go inside Urban Meyer's office

Gene Smith & Urban Meyer

Urban Meyer Office Tour

On tonight’s Big Ten Football Report, we aired an all-access feature where newly hired Urban Meyer gave us a tour of his office at Ohio State. BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo interviewed Meyer during the behind-the-scenes piece. Also, you can catch DiNardo’s interview with Meyer on next week’s Football Report.

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