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BT Powerhouse 2013-14 Season Preview

BT Powerhouse previews the 2013-14 Big Ten basketball season.

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Can Nebraska Crash The Party?

The Huskers face an uphill climb to get into the mid-table of the B1G, but Tim Miles might have the players to do just that.

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Can MSU Basketball Live Up To The Hype?

MSU is ranked as the nation's #2 team coming into the season. Can the return of Gary Harris and Adreian Payne propel the Spartans back to the Final Four?

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Nebrasketballhandlers May Suprise in 2013-14

The Cornhuskers look to their young talent in order to reach greener pastures.

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Can the Hollins Brothers Keep Minnesota Afloat?

The 2013-2014 looks to be a transitional season for Coach Pitino but can Austin and Andre Hollins change the narrative?

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Young Illini Team Looks to the Future

The Illini suffered an almost insurmountable amount of turnover from last season. Now Groce will look to develop a young team and build towards the future.

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Hope Comes in Small Packages

Does the return of Tim Frazier mean a return to relevance for the Nittany Lions?

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the Tim Frazier Experience Returns

Never to fear, Frazier is here!

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2013-14 Preview: The Penn State Frontcourt

The guard-heavy Lions look to become more balanced in the new season.

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Abrams Set to Lead Depleted Backcourt

Without Brandon Paul and D.J. Richardson, the Illini will only go as far as Abrams can take them.

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How will NU fare in Chris Collins' first year?

Just having a new head coach won't boost the Wildcats to relevance, although Chris Collins is a good one and Drew Crawford is a stud.

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Nebraska Looks to Overcome Inexperience Up Front

Sadly, this preview only mentions Andre Almeida once.

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Payne Looks to Lead Spartans Frontcourt

The Spartans are ranked #2 to start the season, but who will be the players that contribute upfront for MSU?

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Illini need big boost from up front

If Illinois wants to return to the NCAA Tournament they will need to see massive improvement from an inexperienced and undermanned frontcourt.

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Can Hawkeyes make first tourney run since 2006?

Fran McCaffery's team can be quite special if it improves its long range shooting.

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What will Richard Pitino get from his bigs?

While Richard Pitino's new system emphasizes guard play, can Minnesota get enough out of it's frontcourt to be a surprise contender for a spot in the NCAA Tournament?

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NU needs improvement from Olah

The Wildcats are always a bit overmatched up front. They're counting on a big year from Alex Olah to keep that from happening again.

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Andre, Austin Hollins cogs in new-look Minnesota

Can Andre and Austin Hollins be the straws that stir Richard Pitino's energy drink?

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Crawford, Cobb highlight NU's backcourt

A pair of quality guards re-enter the fray for the Wildcats -- will that be enough this season?

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Appling, Harris key for B1G champ hopeful Spartans

The Spartans are ranked #2 in the country and the backcourt is one of the biggest reasons that they have received this lofty ranking. Can the Spartans live up to the expectations?

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McGary, GR3 -- who's the best up front for UM?

Preseason All-American Mitch McGary and returning stud Glenn Robinson III look to solidify the Michigan front court as one of the best in the Big Ten.

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2013-14 Preview: the Wisconsin Frontcourt

Bo Ryan must replace starters Jared Berggren, Ryan Evans, and Mike Bruesewitz, but Badger fans are excited about the emergence of Sam Dekker as one of the Big Ten's best, along with the development of other key forwards.

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2013-2014 Preview: Michigan Backcourt

Can the Wolverines replace the production of Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr., or will they struggle a year after they defied expectations?

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2013-2014 Preview: the Wisconsin Backcourt

With the possibly the deepest backcourt that Bo Ryan has ever had, Wisconsin's guards will look to lead the team to success this season.

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2013-14 Preview: The Iowa Backcourt

Roy Devyn Marble and company are skilled, but they must shoot better for Iowa to make a tournament run.

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2013-14 Preview: The Iowa Frontcourt

Aaron White leads a talented group featuring potential breakout players in Gabriel Olaseni and Jarrod Uthoff.

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2013-14 Preview: Ohio State Buckeyes

Even though they lost arguably their most important player in Deshaun Thomas, the Ohio State Buckeyes enter the 2013-14 season ranked 10th in the country. But new faces will need to step up in a big way for them to stay atop those rankings.

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2013-14 Preview: Ohio State Backcourt

It appears that Aaron Craft will never graduate. That's a wonderful sign for the Buckeyes, as he leads an experienced and athletic backcourt that will give the rest of the B1G fits.

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2013-14 Preview: the Ohio State Frontcourt

No real depth and no real rebounding presence. But let's be positive about the forwards and centers for the Buckeyes!

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2013-14 Preview: Purdue Boilermakers

A hungry Boilermakers squad looks to make it back to the NCAA Tournament after a disappointing 2012-13 season.

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2013-14 Preview: the Purdue Backcourt

While Purdue's backcourt has plenty of potential, they'll need to produce more consistently and improve from outside if Purdue wants to return to relevance in 2013-14.

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2013-14 Preview: the Purdue Frontcourt

With a motivated A.J. Hammons and healthy Jay Simpson, the Boilermakers frontcourt should be one of the most improved units in the Big 10 and ready to help Purdue bounce back after a disappointing 2012-13 campaign.

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2013-14 Preview: Indiana Hoosiers

The Indiana Hoosiers were last year's preseason #1 team. This year, they barely made the rankings. Can Indiana still produce with new faces?

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2013-14 Preview: the Indiana Backcourt

Indiana loses stars Victor Oladipo and Jordan Hulls, but bring back proven talents in Yogi Ferrell and Will Sheehey. Can they use these returns and some important additions to continue Indiana's success?

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2013-14 Preview: the Indiana Frontcourt

With Cody Zeller and Christian Watford gone, who will the Hoosiers use to replace this void? Will it be a new recruit on campus on a returnee?

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