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Video: Watch your B1G coach talk about NCAA tourney

The NCAA tourney bracket was released Sunday night, and six Big Ten teams made the field. Hear what Iowa’s Fran McCaffery, Michigan’s John Beilein, Michigan State’s Tom Izzo, Nebraska’s Tim Miles, Ohio State’s Thad Matta and Wisconsin’s Bo Ryan think about their team’s draw. Watch the interviews in this post. [ MORE: View the official NCAA tourney bracket ] Iowa’s Fran McCaffery: VIDEO: Fran McCaffery gives his thoughts on @IowaHoops' first NCAA berth since 2006. WATCH our interview – http://t.co/HrQSEaXuoT — Iowa on BTN (@BTN_Iowa) March 17, 2014 Michigan’s John Beilein: VIDEO: John Beilein joins our set to talk about

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Dienhart: Scouting B1G in NCAA tourney

Get out your pencil: The NCAA bracket has been announced. Six Big Ten teams earned bids: Michigan and Wisconsin are No. 2 seeds; Michigan State is a No. 4; Ohio State is a No. 6; Iowa and Nebraska are No. 11 seeds, though the Hawkeyes have to participate in a play-in game. Here is a look around the bracket from a Big Ten perspective, as the conference begins its quest for its first national championship since Mateen Cleaves led Michigan State to the crown in 1999-2000. [ MORE: View the official NCAA tourney bracket ] Opening matchups: No. 2 Michigan

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Video: BTN.com's top 10 plays of Big Ten tourney

That was a fun Big Ten tournament! It shouldn’t come as a surprise, though, not after the upsets and parity we saw throughout the Big Ten season. At the end of it all, Michigan State is the Big Ten tourney champion for the second time in three years. The Spartans knocked off Big Ten regular-season champ and No. 1 seed Michigan in the title game Sunday. Watch our top 10 plays from the tourney in this post. [ MORE: Get all of our Big Ten tourney coverage ] VIDEO: Check out http://t.co/BLIUNF3SFc's top 10 plays of the #B1GTourney. What play

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Best sights and sounds from B1G Tournament

The 2014 Big Ten Tournament is in the books, and boy was it a good one. After 11 games in four days, Michigan State was the last team standing after an impressive 69-55 win over Michigan in the conference title game. Let’s take it all in and check out the best sights and sounds from this year’s memorable Big Ten Tournament. [ MORE: Spartans met B1G tourney goal … and then some ] BEST TEAM: Michigan State. An obvious pick here, as Tom Izzo’s team played its best basketball at the right time of year. The Spartans took home the championship

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Six Big Ten men's teams make NCAA tournament

Six Big Ten teams earned NCAA tournament berths Sunday night, including Nebraska, which is back in the field for the first time since 1998. The other Big Ten teams include Iowa, Big Ten regular-season champ Michigan, Big Ten tourney champ Michigan State, Ohio State and Wisconsin. See each team’s draw in this post. [ MORE: View the NCAA tourney bracket ] IOWA – No. 11 Midwest Region https://twitter.com/IowaHoops/status/445325419886047233 MICHIGAN – No. 2 Midwest Region No. 2 Michigan will face No. 15 Wofford on Thursday in Milwaukee (Midwest region). Let's dance. pic.twitter.com/WM7xImEccg — Michigan Basketball (@umichbball) March 16, 2014 MICHIGAN STATE

Geeks: Easy Bubble Solver, Selection Sunday Edition

On Friday morning, we checked in with the Easy Bubble Solver, a quick and easy way to get the lay of the land as pertains to the NCAA tournament bubble. Two days later, the landscape has changed. Let’s reset the Easy Bubble Solver for one last look before the selection committee puts all speculation to rest this evening. Here is the NCAA tournament field according to Easy Bubble Solver (excluding automatic bid teams that ranked below 49th): KenPom Rank RPI Rank EBS EBS Rank Team 1 1 2 1 Arizona 3 2 5 2 Florida 4 4 8 3 Wichita

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Dienhart: Welcome back, Michigan State

INDIANAPOLIS–I’d like to be one of the first to welcome back Michigan State. I have missed the Spartans. The Big Ten tourney has been Michigan State’s chance to trumpet its return from what largely was a moribund regular season that saw the Spartans go 12-6 in Big Ten play. That’s good by some school’s standards. But not for MSU. The postseason is the second season, a do-over. And the Spartans are taking advantage. First, they blasted No. 11 seed Northwestern on Friday, 67-51. But Michigan State was even more impressive Saturday in dispatching No. 2 seed Wisconsin, 83-75. “I think

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B1G Tourney: Best sights & sounds from Day 3

Day Three of the Big Ten Tournament was filled with great plays, great individual performances and plenty of suspense. In the end, it will be in-state rivals Michigan and Michigan State facing off in Sunday’s much-anticipated Big Ten Championship Game. Let’s take a look back at the best sights and sounds from Day Three of the tourney. [ MORE: Get all of our Big Ten tourney coverage ] BEST WIN: Michigan State beating Wisconsin, 83-75. The Spartans got off to a quick start and led this contest from start to finish. What makes this win so impressive is how the

Big Ten Geeks: Michigan State outshoots Wisconsin

Michigan State rode some hot jump-shooting to an eight-point win over Wisconsin in Saturday’s second semifinal. Right out of the gate, the Spartans were deadly accurate with their perimeter shooting, and there was little the Badgers could do to slow them. Michigan State poured in 43 points in a 27 possession first half, and, when combined with some stout interior defense spearheaded by Adreian Payne and Branden Dawson, it gave the Spartans a 17-point halftime advantage. To Wisconsin’s credit, the team came out with better energy and execution in the second half, but Michigan State just kept hitting shots anyway.

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Spartans down Badgers, off to B1G tourney title game

(AP) Adreian Payne scored 18 points, Branden Dawson had 14 and No. 22 Michigan State beat No. 12 Wisconsin 83-75 on Saturday to reach the Big Ten tournament championship. The third-seeded Spartans (25-8) won consecutive games for the first time since winning 11 straight in a stretch over December and January. They will face No. 8 Michigan in the final on Sunday. The Spartans went on a 16-1 run in the first half and took a 37-16 lead when Gary Harris scored with 5:39 left before halftime. Frank Kaminsky had 28 points for Wisconsin. [ MORE: AP RECAP | BOX