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Caitlin Clark posted a 24-point triple-double as the Iowa Hawkeyes breezed past the Illinois Fighting Illini in Big Ten women’s basketball action on Sunday. Watch her highlights from the win.
This weekend features an exciting slate of A10 men’s basketball on USA Network. St. Bonaventure vs UMass, George Mason vs Loyola Chicago, and Rhode Island vs La Salle.
In her first game since breaking the NCAA DI women’s scoring record, Caitlin Clark scored a team-high 24 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists in Iowa’s loss to Indiana at Assembly Hall.
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Former college basketball players Meghan McKeown, Zora Stephenson, and Robbie Hummel take charge with experience-driven insights into Big Ten hoops.


SEC commissioner Greg Sankey said the league’s union with the Big Ten was created to provide leadership for a challenging landscape in college athletics.
Vaughn Dalzell breaks down his best bets for the College Basketball slate, including Ohio State at Minnesota and FAU hosting SMU.
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It’s Iowa vs Indiana in a Big Ten women’s basketball thriller tonight on Peacock. Live coverage begins at 7:30 PM.
Vaughn Dalzell breaks down his best bets for Wednesday, including Alabama vs Florida and St. John’s at Georgetown.
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  • Florida Gators
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The Bluejays built a double-digit lead in the first half and snapped the Huskies’ 14-game winning streak Tuesday night.
Head over to Peacock tonight at 7:00 PM ET for a UMass vs Loyola Chicago A10 women’s basketball showdown.
Ben Krikke went for 18 points and 14 rebounds as Iowa went into East Lansing and defeated Michigan State.
Caitlin Clark setting the record as the NCAA Division I women’s scoring leader was the latest example of Iowa’s star meeting the moment.
Everyone is looking up at the Buckeyes and Hawkeyes, but a few teams are making statements of their own.
With Wisconsin falling off the pace, the role of “most dangerous team to the Boilermakers” is up for grabs.