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Inside the Numbers: Scoring effectively

By looking at 3-point and 2-point field goal percentages separately, we can see which Big Ten teams are choosing (and hitting) their shots most efficiently. Some teams have been smarter than others.

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Sorry For All the Football from Fox Sports 1


Do you dream of bathing in an unending wave of college football goodness? Do you ever feel like you just see too much of your girlfriend, the sun or your Jack Russell, Bo?  If so, do we have...

Big Ten Roundtable: Must-see games


The panel notes the games of interest for each school for the upcoming 2010-11 season at From the Barn. Only the bloggers for Purdue and Minnesota gave much weight to their tilts with Wisconsin. For shame ...

Big Ten Roundtable: Who to fear


From the Barn recently put together a great panel of basketball bloggers for a 5-part series previewing the upcoming season. Read part one, posted Monday, which includes my choice and other attempts to answer the question "Who is the most feared player in the conference?"

Three Down ....


This Minnesota Golden Gophers team wanted respect. Now they have it. Over the last three days, the Gophers whipped Penn State, the team that the pundits said "no one wanted to play." Then the...

Michigan Basketball and the Big Ten Tournament: The (Hopefully) Long Goodbye


Maize n Brew gives you a short, Big Ten Tournament Overview for the Michigan Wolverines Basketball team, and a short thank you to Michigan's Seniors.



Evaluating the impact of Purdue win over Ohio State on Michigan State's Big Ten title prospects

The Big Ten Race in Tabular Form


The Only Colors breaks down the race for the 2010 Big Ten basketball championship.

February Madness: The Messy Big Ten


I, for one, much preferred that nice, clean ending featured in the 2009 Big Ten basketball season. Mr. Gasaway on MSU's prospects among the five contenders for the conference title: "For my money Izzo's team is the most interesting member of the Gang of Five in this strange new era. Lucas is hobbled and the Spartans are putatively "reeling," but at the end of the day they're still tied for first and they still have perhaps the easiest remaining schedule of any contender. (Put it this way. One in every three remaining Michigan State games will be played against Penn State.) If MSU can just avoid freaking out unnecessarily and pick up a couple road wins at Happy Valley (Saturday) and Indiana (Tuesday), they'll be in good shape to win this thing, possibly even outright." Good to hear a neutral observer (one who know a little something about Big Ten basketball, no less) conclude much the same thing we did last night.

Who's been dying to see those PORPAG numbers?


A statistical analysis of the best offensive performers in the Big Ten halfway through the 2010 Big Ten basketball season.

Your Big Ten Pre-Conference Season All-Conference Team*


The Only Colors' all-Big Ten basketball team based on nonconference statistical performance.

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