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5:58 PMValparaiso at PurdueWatch
6:03 PMIndiana St. at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMVillanova at MichiganWatch
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3:00 PMMaryland at RutgersWatch
4:00 PMMaryland at Michigan St.Watch
4:04 PMMinnesota at Michigan St.Watch
4:30 PMAir Force at NorthwesternWatch
5:00 PMNebraska at WisconsinWatch

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Wisconsin in transition as successful seniors depart

Zak Showalter and Ethan Happ walked quietly down the middle of the court, arm in arm, away from Florida's celebration of a last-second victory. This NCAA Tournament loss is going to sting for a while for the Wisconsin Badgers.

Tourney recap: No. 4 Florida sinks No. 8 Wisconsin in OT thriller

Has your heart stopped racing yet? In what arguably has been the best game of the NCAA tourney so far, Wisconsin suffered a crushing 84-83 OT loss to Florida in this Sweet 16 clash after the Gators sunk a game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer.

Tonight all Big Ten eyes turn to Wisconsin vs. Florida

Don’t count out the Badgers. In fact, this team may have been the Big Ten’s best hope for March glory all along. Yes, Wisconsin is only a No. 8 seed, but the Badgers are not a typical No. 8 seed.

Illinois' NIT run comes to an end at UCF

Illinois fell behind big early at UCF in Wednesday night's NIT quarterfinal and couldn't complete a late-game comeback against the Knights despite 29 points from senior Malcolm Hill. The Illini finished the season with a 20-15 overall record.

Moe Wagner standing tall for Sweet 16-bound Michigan

Ask Moe Wagner who he looked up to when he was younger, and suddenly the Michigan big man's fiery demeanor makes a little more sense. It's Kevin Garnett, and now Wagner is providing his own emotional leadership to Michigan's Sweet 16 team.

Nigel Hayes' loudest statement: Getting Wisconsin to Sweet 16

Nigel Hayes didn't have to say a word to make his loudest statement in the NCAA Tournament. The verbose forward's reverse layup with 12 seconds left to help beat top overall seed Villanova sent a resounding message to any doubters.