The final day of the regular season is here, but there's a lot to be determined in terms of Big Ten Tournament seeding. Here's a look at possible scenarios following Iowa's win over Penn State.
With no Big Ten teams in action Friday, let's take a look at Big Ten Tournament scenarios and the seeds at stake heading into the final weekend of the regular season.
Nate Mason and Jordan Murphy continued their stellar play for Minnesota, leading the Gophers to an 88-73 win over Nebraska on Senior Night. The win was the eighth consecutive victory for Minnesota.
One week from today, the 2017 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament tips off in Washington D.C. With that in mind, let's take a look at the latest Big Ten tourney scenarios for all 14 teams. As of right now, just two teams are locked into seeds: No. 1 Purdue and No. 14 Rutgers.
Before we start the final week of the season, it's time for BTN analyst Jess Settles to share his latest Big Ten Player Rankings. This week's biggest mover: Iowa's Peter Jok, who moves up four spots to No. 5.
The final week of the season is here. And, it’s looking more likely that the Big Ten will get seven teams in the NCAA tourney: Purdue, Wisconsin, Maryland, Michigan State, Maryland, Michigan and Northwestern. And Illinois is coming on strong. The title chase also has intrigue, too. Purdue has a one-game lead over Wisconsin. And with a home win vs. Indiana on Tuesday, the Boilermakers will clinch at least a share of the Big Ten title for the first time since 2010. If Purdue also wins at Northwestern in the finale, it would take the title outright. Wisconsin needs to
At this point, it's impossible to ignore the teams that are rolling and the teams that are struggling. That's why there's some serious movement in Jon Crispin's latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal.
Malcolm Hill led Illinois to its fourth win in five games, pouring in 19 points in a 73-57 victory at Nebraska. The Illini improved to 17-12, and 7-9 in conference play on the season.
Ed Morrow had to sacrifice some childhood freedoms while playing high school ball in Chicago. But his dream of playing in college eventually led back to his hometown in Nebraska.
Freshmen reigned supreme in Michigan State's 88-72 win over Nebraska Thursday night. Three members of Tom Izzo's heralded freshman class (Miles Bridges, Nick Ward and Joshua Langford) combined for 57 points in the victory.