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Big Ten Basketball on Peacock

Vaughn Dalzell and Drew Dinsick analyze NCAA Tournament resumes without the team names and pick which ones they like for a national championship bet.
Jacy Sheldon came up big for Ohio State with 22 points and three steals as the Buckeyes beat Michigan to solidify the Big Ten regular season championship.
Caitlin Clark hits a logo three to pass Kelsey Mitchell for most made threes in Big Ten history.
Watch Ohio State soak in its Big Ten regular season title and Jacy Sheldon discuss the way the team has come together this season.
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Ohio State took off in the second half to defeat rival Michigan and secure sole possession of the Big Ten regular season title.
Clark will likely surpass Woodard’s scoring total soon, but it won’t diminish Woodard’s profound impact on women’s basketball.
Caitlin Clark is within range of the NCAA all-time scoring record heading into tonight’s game on Peacock.
Vaughn Dalzell breaks down his three best bets for Wednesday, including Oklahoma at Iowa State, St. John’s visiting Butler, plus Virginia versus Boston College.
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Michigan’s women’s basketball team needs a big win to secure a spot in March. Enter: Ohio State.
In comparison of two transcendent stars, lessons abound on the evolution of the game and its fans.
The Wolverines face the Buckeyes at 7 PM in tonight’s Big Ten Women’s Basketball doubleheader on Peacock. Then it’s Iowa vs Minnesota at 9 PM.
Kel’el Ware finished with 27 points and 11 rebounds to help Indiana hold off Wisconsin 74-70 on Tuesday night in a game that was delayed for 25 minutes in the second half because of a fire alarm.
In a game that featured a standout performance from Kel’El Ware and a 20-minute delay due to fire alarms at Assembly Hall, Indiana held on to take down Wisconsin.
Indiana’s Kel’El Ware reflects on his dominant performance against Wisconsin and explains how the Hoosiers stayed focused during a 20-minute delay due to fire alarms.