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Layman's Terms

Player of the Week

Jake Layman, F, Maryland

Jake LaymanJake LaymanThe 6'8" junior has been a big reason why Maryland continues to play top notch basketball. So far, he's been logging big minutes for the Terps, averaging a shade under 30 minutes per game.

Precocious Terp

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Melo Trimble, G, Maryland

Melo TrimbleMelo TrimbleTournament MVP of the CBE Classic and knocking off the #13 team in the nation? What a great start for Melo Trimble and the Maryland Terrapins. I didn't have a recap last week, so it's also important to highlight the true freshman's 31 point outburst in a win against Arizona State.

Sweet Caris

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Caris LeVert, Michigan

Captain Controlled Chaos

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Terran Petteway, Nebraska

Mighty Staus

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Nik Stauskas

Nik StauskasNik StauskasStauskas did a little dance with the ball, made a little love with the net, and got down in East Lansing on Saturday night.

Hair Trigger

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Gary Harris, Michigan State

Gary HarrisGary HarrisWe are officially one-third of the way through Big Ten conference play. Crazy, right? It’s not a coincidence that this week’s POTW is the best player on a team undefeated in conference play.

Appling TV

Player of the Week

Keith Appling, Michigan State

Keith ApplingKeith ApplingIt was almost a preconceived notion that whichever team won between #3 Ohio State and #5 Michigan State would also be awarded POTW.

The New Ray Rice

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Rayvonte Rice, Illinois

Never in Doubt

Player of the Week

Tracy Abrams, Illinois

Tracy AbramsTracy AbramsThe situation Tracy Abrams found himself in on the evening of December 21st in St. Louis is a dream many young basketball players in the state of Illinois dream of: down 1 to your biggest non-conference rival, under 10 seconds left, and 2 free throws to win the game for your team.

Lil Big Dog

Player of the Week: Glenn Robinson III

Glenn Robinson IIIGlenn Robinson IIIWith a tough non-conference week for the Big Ten, four-loss Michigan’s performance against Arizona reaffirms how deep and talented the Big Ten Conference is.

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