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Did You See This? Indiana's Zeller

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Cody Zeller Dunk vs. Butler

Indiana freshman Cody Zeller is off to a fabulous start to his college career. The highly touted Mr. Basketball has won each of the conference’s first two Freshman of the Week honors and a third could be on the way when the latest honors are released Monday morning. In Sunday night’s game against back-to-back national runner-up Butler, Zeller went for 16 points, two of which came on this emphatic reverse slam, eight rebounds, two blocks and three steals. It’s easy to see why Indiana fans are so excited about this kid. Watch the big-time dunk now.

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Did You See This? Illinois' Leonard

Illinois' Meyers Leonard

Meyers Leonard Dunk vs. Chicago State

If you’re fielding a dunk contest of only 7-footers, there might not be a better contestant than Illinois’ Meyers Leonard. The 7-foot-1 sophomore is an absolute freak of an athlete. People his size aren’t supposed to run the floor and move as smoothly and easily as he does. See what we’re talking about in this video of Leonard bringing down the house at Assembly Hall with a rim-rattling slam. Pretty impressive, huh?

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Nov. 27 Women's Hoops Roundup

Ohio State Tayler Hill

LSU at Ohio State - Women's Basketball Highlights

Four Big Ten women’s basketball teams were in action Sunday, including a pair on BTN. Northwestern lost to DePaul in the first game and No. 18 Ohio State topped No. 20 LSU in the nightcap. Catch up on all the day’s action and stats on our Big Ten women’s scoreboard and read recaps for all the games in this post. Watch our highlights from the Buckeyes’ impressive victory over ranked LSU now.

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Tonight on BTN: Ohio State at Michigan

Michigan's Denard Robinson

Ohio State at Michigan - Football Highlights

The votes are in, and our viewers selected Michigan’s 40-34 victory over rival Ohio State as the Big Ten Football Game of the Week. Catch a replay of the game at 9:30 p.m. ET Sunday. If you missed it Saturday, you want to catch the game this time around. The Wolverines had to hold on late to snap a record seven-game losing streak against their archrival, and it wasn’t easy. In the end, it was a case of too much Denard Robinson, who accounted for 337 yards and five touchdowns. Read BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart’s column from the game and watch it again tonight.

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Ball, Badgers Drill Nits, Off to Indy

Wisconsin's Montee Ball

Penn State at Wisconsin - Football Highlights

(AP) Montee Ball scored four more touchdowns in his pursuit of an NCAA record, powering No. 15 Wisconsin to a 45-7 rout of No. 20 Penn State and a spot in next week’s Big Ten championship game. Ball has scored 34 touchdowns this season for the Badgers (10-2, 6-2 Big Ten), the second-most in a single season in NCAA history. Barry Sanders holds the record, scoring 39 for Oklahoma State in 11 games in the 1988 season. With the win, Wisconsin will play Big Ten Legends division winner Michigan State in Indianapolis next Saturday. The Nittany Lions (9-3, 6-2) took an early 7-0 lead but quickly unraveled, falling behind 28-7 by halftime. Read the full AP recap, see the box score and view our Big Ten scoreboard.

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Streak Snappers: Michigan Tops Ohio State

Michigan's Taylor Lewan

Ohio State at Michigan - Football Highlights

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(AP) Denard Robinson accounted for five touchdowns, helping No. 17 Michigan beat Ohio State 40-34 on Saturday and snap a school-record, seven-game losing streak in the rivalry. The Wolverines (10-2, 6-2 Big Ten) were forced to settle for a six-point lead with 1:59 left on Brendan Gibbons‘ career-long 43-yard field goal after two apparent TDs were negated by a video review and then penalties. The Buckeyes (6-6, 3-5) had a chance to win the game on their final drive, but freshman Braxton Miller sailed a pass over Deviser Posey’s head on what could’ve been a 76-yard TD and threw a loss-sealing interception to Courtney Avery. Read the AP recap, see the box score and view our Big Ten scoreboard.

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