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Big Ten beat writers pick Indiana to win Big Ten title

In anticipation of Thursday’s Big Ten basketball media day, Big Ten beat writers released their Writers’ Poll on Tuesday. Twenty-four writers, two from each school, participated in ranking the teams, 1-through-12, and 21 of them predicted preseason No. 1 Indiana to win the conference. The other three picked Michigan. See the entire poll in this post. [RELATED: See Brent Yarina’s preseason Big Ten Player Rankings] Here’s how the writers voted: 1. Indiana 2. Michigan 3. Ohio State 4. Michigan State 5. Wisconsin 6. Minnesota 7. Iowa 8. Purdue 9. Illinois 10. Northwestern 11. Penn State 12. Nebraska

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Clothes Call: The latest on Big Ten hoops uniforms

We’re just a couple weeks away from the official tip of the 2012-13 college basketball season. With three teams ranked in the top 5 of the preseason Coaches Poll, the Big Ten is expected to be the nation’s premier conference. But before the season tips, Clothes Call wanted to take a look at some of the uniform changes Big Ten fans can expect to see this season. For starters, every Big Ten team’s uniform has at least one new wrinkle: The required “B1G” patch on the left shoulder. Some teams have it standing alone, while others have it placed above

Indiana Hoosiers head coach Tom Crean directs his team during practice the day before the semi-finals of the south region of the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Paul Abell-US PRESSWIRE

Indiana tops Coaches Poll; 3 B1G teams ranked in top 5

Indiana is ranked No. 1 in the preseason Coaches Poll, released Wednesday. As impressive as that is, the bigger story might be that the Big Ten features three of the poll’s top 5 teams. That’s right, Ohio State comes in at No. 4 and Michigan No. 5. Michigan State (No. 14) and Wisconsin (No. 21) round out the Big Ten representatives. [VIDEO: Watch Tailgate 48 interview with Tom Crean] Here’s what the poll says about the Big Ten teams: INDIANA “No. 1 Indiana. Points: 761 (21 first-place votes). Previous ranking: 13. Outlook: Hoosiers got taste of success last year and

Clothes Call: First look at Michigan's new uniform

The Michigan men’s basketball team will try to defend its 2011-12 Big Ten championship in new uniforms this season. Michigan unveiled its new adidas threads Monday afternoon at Crisler Center. [RELATED: Read all the latest Clothes Call posts] Let’s start with the jersey. It’s not a big change from the old one, aside from a few minor tweaks. The biggest differences include: Maize and blue piping on the shoulders (seen better here), a thick blue stripe down the sides, which align with stripes on the shorts, a new collar (last year’s collar) and a larger blue plate on the back

BTN releases men's hoops conference TV schedule

CHICAGO – BTN will televise 67 men’s basketball conference matchups, including four Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament games and an additional number of non-conference games, the network announced Wednesday. Gus Johnson, one of America’s favorite sportscasters, returns to BTN for his fifth season. For 10 straight weeks during conference play, BTN will air doubleheaders as part of its “Super Wednesdays” lineup. The network will also have games on most Tuesdays and Thursdays and frequent doubleheaders on Saturdays and Sundays. Also built into the schedule are three wildcard dates late in the season as teams compete for the Big Ten title.

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Lindy's Sports put 3 Big Ten men's hoops teams in top 6

Is it November yet? This winter, the Big Ten will boast so much talent on the hardwood that we could be in store for one of the most exciting and memorable conference seasons in recent history. Lindy’s Sports did nothing to temper those expectations, placing three Big Ten teams in the top six of its Lindy’s top 10. That’s Indiana, at No. 2, Michigan, at No. 3, and Ohio State, at No. 6. Not too bad. All three of those teams figure to spend time ranked in the nation’s top 5 during the 2012-13 season. Some would say that Michigan

Big Ten releases 2012-13 men's hoops schedule

The Big Ten Conference announced the 2012-13 Big Ten men’s basketball schedule Thursday. The conference season begins on New Year’s Eve and culminates in March with the Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament at the United Center in Chicago. The conference slate tips off Monday, Dec., 31, with Iowa hosting Indiana and Minnesota welcoming Michigan State. Games continue Wednesday, Jan. 2 (lllinois-Purdue and Nebraska-Ohio State), while the remaining four teams open their conference slates Thursday, Jan. 3 (Michigan-Northwestern and Penn State-Wisconsin). [PDF: View the complete 2012-13 Big Ten men’s basketball schedule] The 2013 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament will tip off

Six Big Ten teams ranked in ESPN's 50 in 50 series

If you haven’t checked out’s 50 in 50 series, do yourself a favor and click that link. The feature ranks the nation’s 50 most successful men’s basketball programs of the last 50 years, and it includes half of the Big Ten teams. Indiana leads the Big Ten, at No. 7, while Michigan State (No. 11), Michigan (No. 13), Ohio State (No. 15), Purdue (No. 20) and Illinois (No. 33) round out the conference’s representatives. [ 50 in 50 series home] The best part of the list, in my mind, is the starting five feature, where compiles its best

Lunardi: 7 Big Ten teams dancing in first Bracketology

It’s the middle of August, the college football season hasn’t started, and’s Joe Lunardi has released his first Bracketology. All kidding aside, Big Ten fans will like Lunardi’s prognostications, as he has seven Big Ten teams dancing, which ties the Big East for the most in the field. [ Bracketology with Joe Lunardi] Indiana paces the Big Ten as the lone No. 1 seed. The rest of the Big Ten field: Michigan and Michigan State at No. 2 seeds, Wisconsin No. 3, Ohio State No. 4, Minnesota No. 7 and Purdue No. 12. That’s a lot of high seeds,