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Tuesday Sep 27
7:00 PMFlorida Gulf Coast at Rutgers Watch
7:00 PMTemple at Penn St.Watch
8:00 PMSt. Louis at WisconsinWatch
Wednesday Sep 28
4:00 PMBowling Green at Michigan St.Watch
7:00 PMSIUE at Ohio St.Watch
7:30 PMButler at IndianaWatch
7:30 PMDetroit Mercy at MichiganWatch
8:00 PMMaryland at IowaWatch

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Power Rankings: Big Ten champ Indiana tops final list

The regular season now complete, it’s time to release my final 2012-13 Big Ten Power Rankings. Where does your team land? Find out in this post. Oh, and feel free to send me your thoughts, either in the comment box in this post or on Twitter (@BTNBrentYarina). 1. Indiana, (26-5, 14-4) – As hard as it is to believe, Indiana, a program with five national championships, just won its first outright Big Ten crown since 1993. Some perspective: Freshman Yogi Ferrell wasn’t even born the last time. Last week: No. 1 [ RELATED: In defense of Victor Oladipo as Big

Victor Oladipo

BTN.com's 2012-13 All-Big Ten teams

The 2012-13 All-Big Ten Men’s Basketball Teams will be released at 7 p.m. ET Monday on BTN/BTN2Go during the “All-Conference Selection Show” with Dave Revsine (@BTNDaveRevsine) and Jim Jackson (@BTNJimJackson). Interviews from select award winners will also be included during the 30-minute program. Prior to the show, check out BTN.com’s Tom Dienhart and Brent Yarina’s All-Big Ten teams in this post. Agree with our teams? Leave your selections in the comment section below. [ RELATED: Vote in our 2012-13 Big Ten Dunk of the Year bracket ] Tom’s All-Big Ten teams: FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM THIRD TEAM Trey Burke, Michigan Aaron Craft,

Weekly Q&A: Listen to your Big Ten Coach

The Big Ten men’s basketball coaches held their weekly Big Ten teleconference Monday with reporters from around the league, and we’ve posted the audio from each phone interview in the post below. All of our audio can be found in our BTN.com audio archive. Listen to coach Crean:  Listen to coach McCaffery:  Listen to coach Groce:  Listen to coach Carmody:  Listen to coach Chambers:  Listen to coach Painter:  Listen to coach Izzo:  Listen to coach Ryan:  Listen to coach Beilein: Listen to coach Matta: Listen to coach Smith: Listen to coach Miles:

Big Ten Geeks: Champs

Indiana won the Big Ten championship outright by about half a Newton, as Jordan Morgan’s tip-in attempt was a hair too strong, allowing Indiana to complete a road comeback and dulling the festivities of the rest of the weekend. After a sluggish first half that ended with Michigan leading 33-30 (33 possessions), the two teams combined for 80 points in the second half (32 possessions). However, despite the fact that these two teams played a back-and-forth battle, I think the result raises more concerns about Michigan than Indiana. Don’t get me wrong—this game was literally decided by the bounce of

Glenn Robinson III

Big Ten Dunk Bracket: Vote Round 1 winners

With the 2013 Big Ten tourney bracket set, it’s time to unveil BTN.com’s 2012-13 Dunk of the Year bracket. The bracket includes one dunk from every Big Ten team, which fans decided via polls, and it’s seeded in accordance with this year’s Big Ten tourney. Once again, fans will vote on each matchup until a dunk is crowned Sunday. Hop on in and vote for all of the Round 1 winners. [ RELATED: View our 2013 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament page ] No. 8 ILLINOIS vs. No. 9 MINNESOTA Brandon Paul posterizes, fittingly, Trevor Mbakwe: Rodney Williams left-handed alley-oop:

Victor Oladipo

Indiana earns No. 1 seed in Big Ten tourney

The Big Ten announced Sunday night the bracket for the 2013 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament, which will be held March 14-17 at the United Center in Chicago. Indiana, thanks to Sunday’s late comeback victory at Michigan, earned the No. 1 seed after claiming its first outright Big Ten title since 1993. See all of the seeds and Day 1 matchups in this post. [ RELATED: View the official 2013 Big Ten tourney bracket (PDF) ] Thursday, March 14 Game 1: No. 8 Illinois vs. No. 9 Minnesota, noon, BTN/BTN2Go Game 2: No. 5 Michigan vs. No. 12 Penn State,

B1G tourney seed update: MSU, Michigan eye No. 3 seed

Before the Big Ten’s final two regular-season games tip, let’s take a look at how the results will impact Big Ten tournament seeds. Here’s what we know before Indiana-Michigan and Northwestern-Michigan State close out the Big Ten’s regular season: Indiana is the No. 1 seed, Northwestern is No. 11, and only seeds 3-5 are up for grabs. [ RELATED: View our 2013 Big Ten tournament homepage ] Also on the line – and far more important – Michigan and Michigan State are playing for a share of the Big Ten crown. If  Michigan knocks off Indiana and Michigan State beats

Traevon Jackson

Badgers, Jackson beat buzzer, Penn State

Traevon Jackson made a contested 3-pointer at the buzzer and finished with 15 points, and No. 22 Wisconsin survived an upset scare from Penn State with a 63-60 win Sunday in its regular-season finale. The Badgers (21-10, 12-6 Big Ten) went the length of the court with less than 4 seconds left. Jackson pulled up at the wing and made the 3 over the outstretched arm of Kevin Montminy. Officials upheld the basket on the review, and anxious fans at the Jordan Center let out a collective sigh of disappointment. Jermaine Marshall finished with 23 points for Penn State (10-20,

D.J. Newbill

Vote: 2012-13 Penn State Dunk of the Year

The Big Ten tournament bracket comes out Sunday night. Here at BTN.com, we’re trying something new around the release of the bracket that we hope Big Ten fans enjoy. It’s a bracket with 12 slots that features each team’s best dunk from the 2012-13 season. Watch Penn State’s dunk of the year candidates in this post and vote for the slam that will represent the Nittany Lions in our new tournament. [ RELATED: Vote for other teams’ Dunk of the Year ] Here’s how it works: BTN.com provides the finalists choices for all 12 teams. Big Ten fans will select

Big Ten Geeks: Michigan State outruns Wisconsin

In what amounted to an elimination game for a potentially shared Big Ten title, Michigan State steamrolled Wisconsin by 15 points. This game was certainly no work of art, as both teams struggled mightily to score in the half court set. The defense had the upper hand at both ends of the court, but the difference came in the form of Wisconsin live-ball turnovers. When the Spartans got steals, they were able to score in transition. Otherwise, the Badgers played their typical shut down defense–Michigan State scored only 0.77 points per trip in possessions that did not follow a steal.