Big Ten Teams vs. Sweet 16 Field

For the first time since 1999 and the third time since the field expanded in 1985, the Big Ten has four teams in the Sweet 16. Indiana, Michigan State, Ohio State and Wisconsin all made it through the first weekend of the tournament, meaning each is two wins away from the Final Four, four from claiming the national title. The competition only gets stiffer the rest of the way, of course, so it’s important to consider what these teams did against elite foes. See how the Big Ten’s remaining teams fared this season vs. the Sweet 16 field in this post.

RECORD VS. 2012 SWEET 16 FIELD

Indiana – 4-4; .500 winning percentage
Wins: North Carolina State, Kentucky, Ohio State, Michigan State
Losses: Michigan State, Ohio State, Wisconsin (2)
Final Four path: Kentucky & Baylor-Xavier winner

Michigan State – 6-3; .667 winning percentage
Wins: Indiana, Wisconsin (3), Ohio State (2)
Losses: North Carolina, Indiana, Ohio State
Final Four path: Louisville & Marquette-Florida winner

Ohio State – 4-5; .444 winning percentage
Wins: Florida, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan State
Losses: Kansas, Indiana, Michigan State (2), Wisconsin
Final Four path: Cincinnati & Syracuse-Wisconsin winner

Wisconsin – 3-6; .333 winning percentage
Wins: Indiana (2), Ohio State
Losses: North Carolina, Marquette, Ohio State, Michigan State (3)
Final Four path: Syracuse & Ohio State-Cincinnati winner

Brent Yarina is a web editor and blogger for BTN.com. Find all of his work here and follow him on twitter at @BTNBrentYarina.

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Joe on 3/19/2012 @ 2:23pm EDT Said:

Indiana lost to OSU. Might wanna fix that

    Brent Yarina, BTN.com on 3/19/2012 @ 2:24pm EDT Said:

    Joe – Got it. Had it written on paper but somehow looked over it when typing. All fixed.

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