MBB: Weekend Recaps

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The Big Ten 8-1 this weekend with Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Ohio State, Purdue and Wisconsin all picking up wins. Indiana and Northwestern were not in action this weekend. The conference now owns a non-conference record of 58-25.

Ohio State's Evan Turner suffered a back injury in the Buckeyes' 111-60 win over Eastern Michigan. Turner will be out for eight weeks.

For the second time this season, two teams have scored 100 or more points on the same day. Ohio State posted 111 vs. Eastern Michigan and Purdue scored 101 vs. Buffalo. On Nov. 28, Ohio State (110) and Michigan State (106) both surpassed the century mark. That was the first time since 1997 that two Big Ten teams posted 100 or more points on the same day.

Dec. 22, 1997 | Purdue 118, Florida A&M 77 | Minnesota 100, Sacramento State 56

FRIDAY, DEC. 4
#9/9 MICHIGAN STATE  def. Wofford, 72-60

Tom Izzo wasn't happy with Michigan State's play in a home win over Wofford and he couldn't express himself the way he wanted to. Raymar Morgan was a notable exception for Michigan State with 19 points and 11 rebounds, both season highs. He was 7 of 11 from the field and 5 of 5 at the free throw line in his third straight strong performance after going scoreless last Friday in a loss to Florida. More...


SATURDAY, DEC. 5
 #15/15 OHIO STATE def. Eastern Michigan,  111-60

Jon Diebler scored 21 points and No. 15 Ohio State beat Eastern Michigan 111-60 on Saturday after losing star player Evan Turner, who hurt his back in an awkward fall. More...

#rv/rv WISCONSIN  def. Grambling, 79-46
After an emotional win over Duke just three days earlier, Wisconsin cruised to a 79-46 win over Grambling State Saturday at the Kohl Center. With the win, UW moves to 6-1 on the season for the fifth-consecutive year. More...

#rv/rv MICHIGAN  def. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 67-53
A dominant second half led Michigan to a 67-53 win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Saturday afternoon at Crisler Arena. Junior guard Manny Harris finished with 18 points -- 16 in the second half -- and forward DeShawn Sims contributed a double-double (19 points, 10 rebounds) for the Wolverines as they stopped a three-game losing skid. More...

IOWA  def. Prairie View A&M, 80-51
Anthony Tucker helped the University of Iowa men's basketball team break open the game against Prairie View A&M with three consecutive three-pointers midway through the first half and the rest of the Hawkeyes followed suit as they thrashed the Panthers, 80-51, inside Carver-Hawkeye Arena on Saturday. More...

 #rv/rv MINNESOTA def. Brown, 91-55
Minnesota had no trouble snapping its three-game skid this afternoon, running past Brown University for an impressive 91-55 win at Williams Arena. More...

Temple def. PENN STATE, 45-42
The Nittany Lion basketball team (5-3) could never find its rhythm offensively and lost a defensive struggle, 45-42, at Temple Saturday. More...

#4/6 PURDUE def. Buffalo, 101-65
The Purdue Boilermakers offered a frightening example of what they can do when they shoot well. Purdue made 11 of 16 3-pointers in the second half, and the No. 4 Boilermakers pulled away for a 101-65 win over Buffalo on Saturday. More...

#rv/rv ILLINOIS def. Boise State, 84-77
Demetri McCamey made the most of his foul-limited minutes, scoring 23 points to help Illinois escape with an 84-77 win over Boise State on Saturday night. The Broncos managed to chip away at the Illini's double-digit second-half lead, using a 13-4 run to get within two points with 20 seconds left in the game. More...


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