The Big Ten tourney kicks off on Thursday in Indianapolis with four games. Teams seeded No. 5-12 will play. The bad news for these clubs: Just one team seeded lower than No. 4 ever has won the Big Ten tourney: No. 6 Iowa in 2001.
CHICAGO – The unpredictable nature of the 2013-14 Big Ten men’s basketball season sets the tone for what should be an exciting Big Ten Tournament for the nation’s most competitive men’s basketball conference. BTN will be there every step of the way, featuring three of the four nationally ranked Big Ten teams and offering complete coverage throughout with pre- and post-game analysis, highlights and more.
On Monday’s #BTNLive, we announced the all-Big Ten basketball teams and award winners for 2013-2014, and Michigan’s Nik Stauskas swept the player of the year award from both the coaches and the media.
BTN released the 2014 All-Big Ten Teams and individual award winners on #BTNLive’s All-Conference Selection Special on Monday night. Before the teams were made official, BTN.com offered their teams and superlative winners. See them in this post.
Well, it’s that time again—time to highlight all of our correct predictions, and whitewash all of the things we got wrong! See our Big Ten Geeks Josh Reed and Mike Portscheller wrap up the regular season and hand out hardware in this post.
The Big Ten has revealed the bracket for its tourney, which kicks off on Thursday in Indianapolis. There are many interesting storylines, as Michigan looks for its first Big Ten tourney crown since the inaugural event in 1998. In fact, that’s the only time the Wolverines have won the tourney.