Men's Basketball

Mock brackets: Where do Big Ten teams land?

Andre Hollins

B1G Bracketology with Jerry Palm

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It’s time to check the mock brackets to see how the Big Ten rates for March Madness. The league holds steady with seven bids; the Big East also has seven in each bracket and as many as eight in some.

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Weekly Q & A: Listen to your Big Ten coach

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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. will post these media sessions each Monday right up to the Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament, and all of our audio can be found in our audio archive.

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Let's rank the games for this week

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Dunks of the Week: Feb. 19th, 2013

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This is a relatively light week in the Big Ten with just eight games. But there is plenty of heft on top with tonight’s No. 1 Indiana vs. No. 5 Michigan State game, which will be the first battle of top-five teams in East Lansing. In fact, it’s a big week for the Spartans, who visit No. 18 Ohio State after playing host to the Hoosiers. Here is how I rank this week’s games.

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Big Ten primer: Is it Tuesday night yet?

Tom Izzo & Derrick Nix

Adreian Payne Dunks With Authority

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All eyes will be on Michigan State (22-4 overall; 11-2 Big Ten) this week. If the Spartans can beat Indiana (23-3; 11-2) and Ohio State (18-7; 8-5), they will be in control of the Big Ten race as we head toward the home stretch.

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Crean curious about Big Ten Player of the Week process

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Indiana sits atop the national polls and the Big Ten standings – it’s currently tied with No. 4/5 Michigan State – and yet the Hoosiers have picked up just three Big Ten Player of the Week honors and one Big Ten Freshman of the Week laurel all season. That doesn’t seem to sit right with the head Hoosier, Tom Crean. And the coach vented his frustration during Monday’s weekly teleconference.

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