Four top seeds advance to semifinals
Tonight’s Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament finale was thriller as
No. 3 seed Michigan State rallied and then held off No. 6 Iowa
. In the night’s first game,
Ohio State defeated Nebraska
. Earlier today,
top seed Indiana dispatched Illinois
Wisconsin beat Michigan, 68-59
. Watch “The Big Ten Finale” right now on BTN/
as we’ll recap all of the day’s action.
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new live and in-depth tourney box scores? We track player speed, rebounding percentage, and secondary assists among other categories. Look back at every tourney game.
Also tonight, BTN.com’s Tom Dienhart (
@BTNTomDienhart), BTN.com web editor Brent Yarina ( @BTNBrentYarina), and Big Ten Geeks bloggers Josh Reed and Mike Portscheller ( @bigtengeeks) delivered instant insights and analysis. Track their updates and others on BTN Connect, and and find tweet maps by school plus fan photos.
previews all of today’s games. Need Thursday’s recaps with video, stats, and more? Illinois edged Minnesota, Michigan handled Penn State, Nebraska dropped Purdue, and Iowa eliminated Northwestern.
Watch all postgame press conferences from the United Center live and for free via the Big Ten Digital Network. U se this menu of links below to go straight to your event:
Game 5: Post-Game Press Conferences
Game 6: Post-Game Press Conferences
Game 7: Post-Game Press Conferences
Game 8: Post-Game Press Conferences – 11 p.m. ET
Semifinals 1: Post-Game Press Conferences – 3:40 p.m. ET
Semifinals 2: Post-Game Press Conferences – 6:10 p.m. ET
Championship: Post-Game Press Conferences – 5:30 p.m. ET
Any news update relating to the tournament flow into our 2013 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament section . Bookmark it and find all of our work there. Our popular tournament scoreboard section with scores and stats is here .
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