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Today
11:00 AMPurdue at IndianaWatch
2:00 PMLarry Wieczorek InvitationalWatch
4:00 PMArmy at Penn St.Watch
5:00 PMMichigan St. at MinnesotaWatch
5:00 PMArizona St. at IllinoisWatch
7:30 PMPenn St. at MichiganWatch
Tomorrow
1:00 PMWisconsin at Michigan St.Watch
1:00 PMIllinois at PurdueWatch

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Big Ten links: Five men's teams tip off on Friday

Day 1 of the NCAA men's tournament is in the books and there are five more games ahead today. Let's touch on some basketball updates from Thursday and mix in a little football reading, too.

Women's NIT Roundup: Copper hits game-winner to lift Rutgers

Four Big Ten women’s basketball teams played in the WNIT on Thursday night. Rutgers won in thrilling fashion as Kahleah Copper made a game-winning shot with two seconds remaining to lift the Scarlet Knights to a 57-55 victory over Georgetown at the RAC. Rutgers will host Virginia at the RAC in second round action on Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. ET. In other action, Ball State topped Iowa, 77-72, Nebraska fell to UNI, 64-62, and Northwestern lost to San Diego, 69-65. The website www.womensnit.com has a useful page with links to watch all of the WNIT games live online. Catch up

NCAA Tournament: Purdue drops opener to Little Rock

Purdue entered the NCAA tourney as a hot team, winners of six of seven before losing a hard-fought Big Ten title game to Michigan State. But that mojo didn’t continue in the Big Dance, as the No. 5 Boilermakers were stunned in double-overtime by No. 12 Little Rock. Little Rock is a well-coached team that plays tenacious defense and did a good job keeping Purdue’s big men in check. And it hit some big shots in outscoring Purdue 21-7 over the final five minutes of regulation on the way to an 85-83 double overtime win. Just like that, the Boilers’

Big Ten links: Let the NCAA Tournament games begin

After Michigan's First Four win, more Big Ten men's teams take the NCAA stage today and tomorrow. Can Purdue make a run? What about Indiana? Plus, we've got a smattering of Big Ten football updates, too. Read Thursday's news digest now.

Dienhart: Where will the NCAA road end for each Big Ten team?

There are seven Big Ten teams in the NCAA tourney. Michigan is the first to take the plunge, tipping off tonight in a First Four in clash with fellow No. 11 seed Tulsa. What is the best-case scenario in the Big Dance for the Wolverines? I tell you that, as well as my best-case scenario for each Big Ten squad in the NCAA tourney.

One-hour 'Journey' finale captures Big Ten men's tourney moments

From the opening tip of the first game to the confetti cannon at the title game, "The Journey" shows you all of the ups and downs of the Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament in Wednesday night's season finale at 8 p.m. ET. In the clip above, you'll see Purdue's anguish at losing the tourney title game as well as Michigan State's elation over winning it.

Big Ten links: What would a 68-team football bracket look like?

If college football had a 68-team tourney like men's hoops, how would the bracket look? Which big name reportedly interviewed for the Rutgers' men's basketball job? What kind of good news did Minnesota fans get recently? Let's dive into Wednesday's Big Ten football and basketball news digest.

NCAA tourney at a glance: No. 2 seed Michigan State

There were many dubious seeds in the NCAA bracket when it was announced on Sunday. But perhaps no seed raised more eyebrows of surprise than Michigan State being slotted as a No. 2 in the Midwest. The Spartans, No. 2 in the AP poll, appeared to have the resume of a No. 1 seed coming off a Big Ten tourney title, winning nine in a row and 13 of their last 14 games since a three-game losing skid in mid-January. Regardless, Michigan State no doubt will use this perceived slight as motivation to reach the Final Four for the eighth