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3:05 PMW. Michigan at Michigan St.Watch
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6:34 PMOhio at Ohio St.Watch
7:00 PMOhio St. at Penn St.Watch
7:00 PMNiagara at RutgersWatch
7:00 PMBradley at IllinoisWatch
Wednesday Mar 29
3:00 PMMonmouth at RutgersWatch

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See who made BTN.com's Day 3 All-Big Ten tourney team

And then there were four. The Big Ten tourney is down to its final four after another day of blistering action in Washington, D.C. Here are the stars from this fabulous Friday of hoops.

Game 9 recap: Wisconsin fends off Indiana, 70-60

No. 2 Wisconsin fell from grace late in the season, costing the Badgers a run at the Big Ten title. Wisconsin closed the season with a home win vs. Minnesota. And now the Badgers look to be gaining some momentum with a 70-60 win vs. No. 10 Indiana in their opening Big Ten tourney game Friday night.

Game 8 recap: Minnesota tops Michigan State to advance to semis

Minnesota held off Michigan State, 63-58, in the Big Ten quarterfinals Friday afternoon. The Golden Gophers will play Michigan in the semifinals at 1 p.m. ET Saturday. Get Tom Dienhart's best from Minnesota's win inside.

Game 6 recap: Northwestern pummels Rutgers, 83-61

No. 6 Norhtwestern, the program’s highest seed ever, took down No. 14 Rutgers, 83-61, in their opening Big Ten tourney game, pushing on to play No. 3 Maryland on Thursday. Everyone got a chance to get in on the action for NU on this night.

Game 4 recap: Freshmen help Michigan State rout Penn State

Michigan State arrived in Washington, D.C., for the Big Ten tourney meaning business after an inconsistent regular season. And the No. 5 Spartans delivered with a workmanlike defeat of No. 13 Penn State, drilling the Nittany Lions 78-51.

Game 3 recap: Michigan takes care of Illinois, 75-55

Arriving the morning of today's game and wearing practice togs, No. 8 Michigan looked to be in championship form in taking down No. 9 Illinois, 75-55, in its opening Big Ten tourney game Thursday afternoon.