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The Big Ten conference has been one of the elite basketball conferences in the country for decades. College basketball fans can tune in and watch some of the most exciting games in both conference and NCAA basketball history. Featured games include Penn State's 2008 upset victory over Indiana, Coach Bobby Knight's epic chair throwing meltdown during Purdue's 1985 upset of Indiana in Bloomington, Iowa's 1985 3OT loss to No. 1 Michigan in Ann Arbor and the NCAA classic 1989 battle between No. 1 ranked Duke and NCAA defending champion Michigan, which was won 113-108 by the Wolverines in overtime.

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  • Led by freshman Robbie Hummel's 21 points, the "Baby Boilers" stunned No. 8 Wisconsin, 72-67, putting an end to the Badgers' 16-game home conference winning streak.

  • In a battle for the Big Ten title, No. 2 Ohio State snuck past No. 1 Wisconsin in an intense defensive struggle, 49-48. Mike Conley's game-winning shot rolled around the rim before falling through.

  • The two Big Ten powerhouses went back and forth for most of the game before some last second heroics turned this game into one for the ages. Anderson and team make a buzzer shot, giving the Illini a 70-67 victory.

  • With John-Blair Bickerstaff injured, sophomore Joe Przybilla stepped in and scored a career-high 33 points, including the game winner with only four seconds left, leading Minnesota to a 77-75 victory.

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