With the rest of the conference’s NCAA tournament teams already done with their first games, Nebraska will be the lone representative in action today. At 12:40pm ET, the Huskers will seek the first NCAA tournament win in program history as they take on 6-seed Baylor in San Antonio.
Michigan was rewarded for an excellent season with a 2-seed in Milwaukee, where the Wolverines will get their tournament started today against Wofford.
After an impressive run to the Big Ten tournament title, Michigan State became a trending pick to reach the Final Four. That journey starts today with a 4:40pm ET tip against Delaware. Do the Spartans have any reason to worry about the Blue Hens?
Today at 12:40pm ET, Wisconsin will begin its bid to get Bo Ryan that elusive Final Four appearance with a matchup against American. This one will be played in Milwaukee, so the crowd figures to include a heavy contingent of Badger faithful. That will help, but this is a game where Wisconsin doesn’t figure to need much of a boost.
Two teams whose campuses are a mere 75 miles apart will clash today in Buffalo, NY, as Ohio State takes on Dayton.
Welcome to championship day! It’ll be No. 1 seed Michigan vs. No. 3 seed Michigan State battling for the Big Ten tourney title Sunday at Banker’s Life Fieldhouse. Believe it or not, this is the first time the two rivals have ever met in event history. Michigan swept the season series en route to claiming its first outright Big Ten crown since 1986. Get Stephen Bardo’s video preview in this post.
Ready for Saturday’s Big Ten tourney semifinals? First up, it’s No. 1 Michigan vs. No. 5 Ohio State. In the second game, it’s No. 2 Wisconsin vs. No. 3 Michigan State. Both games are the second meeting between the teams, and the Buckeyes and Spartans will be eying revenge. Get my quick video previews in this post.
Former Flyin’ Illini and current BTN analyst Stephen Bardo is in Indianapolis for the Big Ten tourney, and he’s providing quick video previews. Get his thoughts on today’s quarterfinal games before the action tips off in this post.
Ready for today’s four opening games of the Big Ten tourney? If not, don’t worry, former Flyin’ Illini and BTN analyst Stephen Bardo is posting quick preview clips to his YouTube channel throughout the tournament. Check out Bardo’s previews for No. 8 Indiana-No. 9 Illinois, No. 5 Ohio State-No. 12 Purdue, No. 7 Minnesota-No. 10 Penn State and No. 6 Iowa-No. 11 Northwestern in this post.
Before he called Sunday’s Northwestern-Purdue game on BTN/BTN2Go, BTN analyst Stephen Bardo filed a video preview from Mackey Arena. Watch Bardo’s thoughts about the game and see what matchup he’ll be watching on the final day of the regular season.