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1:00 PMN. Iowa at WisconsinWatch
1:00 PMN. Carolina Central at PurdueWatch
2:00 PMCanisius at Ohio St.Watch
2:00 PMBinghamton at Penn St.Watch
2:00 PMMinnesota at MichiganWatch
2:00 PMValparaiso at IndianaWatch
3:00 PMWright St. at IllinoisWatch
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Quick Hit: Trey Burke shines on national stage

Time and again, Michigan looked dead in the water. But the Wolverines never stopped fighting, rallying from 14 points down to force overtime and win in the extra session. Trey Burke played like the national player of the year. He went 0-for-4 in the first half and didn’t score. But he came alive after intermission, scoring 23 points (five in OT) to save the day. For most of the game, Kansas utterly dominated in the paint, scoring its first 22 points of the game in the lane. In fact, the Jayhawks scored 34 of their 40 first-half points in the

Photo & Video: See Trey Burke's big shot

It’s a shot Michigan fans won’t soon forget. Down 76-73 in the final seconds of Friday’s Sweet 16 game vs. Kansas, Trey Burke hit a deep 3-pointer to force overtime. The Wolverines, of course, went on to win the game and advance to the Elite Eight. See a couple photos of the shot in this post, plus the tweet with the video moment from NCAA.com. [ FACEBOOK: What were you doing when clock hit 0.0? ] Have a look at these poster-worthy photos from USA Today Sports: And here’s the tweet with the video: VIDEO – Can you believe it!?!?

Michigan stuns top-seeded Kansas in overtime

Trey Burke scored all 23 of his points after halftime, including a long, tying 3-pointer in the final seconds of regulation, and Michigan rallied to beat Kansas 87-85 in the South Regional semifinals Friday night. The fourth-seeded Wolverines wiped out a 10-point Kansas lead in the last 3 minutes of regulation, and Burke gave them their first lead since early in the game with another long 3 to open Michigan’s scoring in overtime. Michigan (29-7) reached the regional finals for the first time since the Fab Five era 19 years ago, the last time they were in the round of

Big Ten Geeks: Inside Friday's Sweet 16 battles

Recently we previewed Thursday’s NCAA Tournament games involving Big Ten teams. Today, we look at Friday’s matchups for the two representatives from the Great Lakes State. Tonight’s games: Michigan vs. Kansas, 7:37 p.m. ET, then Michigan State vs. Duke, approx. 9:45 pm ET, Indianapolis, IN Friday Michigan vs. Kansas, 7:37 pm ET, Arlington, TX This matchup is fascinating. Kansas sports the nation’s best two-point defense, led by shotblocker extraordinaire Jeff Withey, while Michigan’s vaunted offense led the Big Ten in two-point shooting. Will Withey’s presence stifle the Beilein offense, or will the emergence of Mitch McGary as an offensive rebounding beast force the

Dienhart: Big Ten Sweet 16 previews

The dust has cleared and only 16 teams are standing in the NCAA tourney—four of them are Big Ten schools. The league more than acquitted itself in the opening three rounds of the Big Dance, forging a 10-3 mark from the seven teams that competed. No. 5 Wisconsin was the only Big Ten team that failed to win a game, falling to Ole Miss. No. 11 Minnesota (UCLA) and No. 7 Illinois (Colorado) each won a game before falling to Florida and Miami (Fla.), respectively, in the third round. No. 1 Indiana, No. 2 Ohio State, No. 3 Michigan State

Just for fun: Mitch McGary on the gridiron?

The way Michigan’s Mitch McGary plays basketball, it’s only natural to envision him on a football field. At least one Michigan football assistant is guilty of it, according to MLive.com’s Kyle Meinke. That’s right, defensive coordinator Greg Mattison wouldn’t mind McGary on his defensive line. [ MLIVE.com: Mitch McGary at DE? Greg Mattison can see it ] “No question about it,” Mattison told Meinke. “I already promised he’d be a 5-technique (defensive lineman) right away and we’d get him a lot of sacks. I love him.” It’s hard not to like the Michigan freshman’s game and style. Seriously, did you

5 alive: Ranking top Big Ten duos still in action

Five Big Ten teams remain alive in the postseason. There’s Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tourney, and there’s Iowa in the NIT quarterfinals. All five teams – like most teams in action this time of year – boast terrific 1-2 punches. See how I rank the Big Ten’s remaining duos in this post. [ FACEBOOK POLL: Which B1G team still alive in the postseason has the best duo? ] 1. Indiana’s Victor Oladipo & Cody Zeller – Let’s see, this tandem includes two All-Big Ten first-teamers and one Naismith Award finalist

BTN to air 4 school-specific 'Journey' episodes

BTN will debut school-specific episodes of The Journey: Big Ten Men’s Basketball 2013 this week featuring the four Big Ten teams reaching the Sweet 16: Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State. Journey editors have compiled a 30-minute episode from the stories of the past season. The episodes will air Wednesday and Thursday following the NCAA Sweet 16 pre-game press conferences. At approximately 3 PM ET on Wednesday, BTN will air The Journey: Best of Indiana, directly following the Indiana and Syracuse pre-game press conference at 2 PM ET. The Journey: Best of Ohio State will air at 3:30 PM

Big Ten stars in action-packed tourney games

There were big shots (Aaron Craft), heartache (Illinois), disappointment (Wisconsin) and jubilation (Indiana) all wrapped into one massive second- and third-round of the NCAA tourney. The Big Ten landed seven teams in the Big Dance—and four survived to play in the Sweet 16—No. 1 Indiana, No. 2 Ohio State, No. 3 Michigan State, No. 4 Michigan. No other league has as many teams, further validation of the Big Ten’s prowess as the conference pursues its first national crown since 1999-2000 when Michigan State cut down the nets. But before we jump ahead to a Sweet 16, let’s look back at what

Big Ten Geeks: Weekend at Tourney's

When the dust settled on the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament, the Big Ten had four teams standing in the Sweet Sixteen. Here are some scattered thoughts on the action, bullet-point style: Wisconsin lost exactly the way I said it would—by going cold from long range. This is a perimeter-oriented team that does not shoot all that well from the perimeter, and that means that it’s bound to go ice cold at least once every few games. Unfortunately, that came in the very first round of the Tournament. I know Marshall Henderson is outspoken and scored a lot of