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Three-Pointers: Sparty vs. Brutus

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John Beilein: One-on-One

It has been an interesting week, with the league title chase coming into sharper focus with Michigan State’s big win at Ohio State. It will come down to Sparty vs. Brutus for the title, which is what we thought would happen back in October. So, it looks like the other Big Ten teams are relegated to a chase for third place.

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Coming up on 'Impact:' Making a Difference

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Impact the World: Service Promo

A new episode of BTN’s new original series, Impact The World, airs at 10:30 PM ET Tuesday. Hosted by Dennis Haysbert, the weekly program showcases some of the incredible Big Ten breakthroughs that are changing lives in the United States and around the world. The seventh of the eight-episode series will demonstrate how Big Ten students and faculty rally together to make a difference in their communities.

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Spartans beat Badgers; Nittany Lions top Iowa

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Wisconsin at Michigan State - Men's Basketball Highlights

Draymond Green scored 22 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and handed out five assists as No. 8 Michigan State defeated No. 17 Wisconsin 69-55 on Thursday. Keith Appling had 20 points and Derrick Nix added 12 (see full box score). The Spartans (21-5, 10-3 Big Ten) have won four straight – the longest active streak in the conference – and six of their last seven games. After building an early cushion, Penn State needed to hold off a late charge by Iowa to win 69-64. Tim Frazier sparked Penn State (12-15), as he scored 18 points (see full box score). Dive into this post for more details and links.

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Mailbag: Little football, hoops, & lots of answers

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Big Ten Blast: Feb. 16th Afternoon Update

It’s that time of the week where the best of your questions are posted and I do my very best to answer them. As you would suspect, there are plenty of basketball questions—and some very concerned Ohio State fans.

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