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Aaron Craft

Nebraska Dances

The regular season is over. On to the league tourneys. Basically, six teams look to be locks for the Big Dance: Michigan, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Nebraska, Ohio State, Iowa. Minnesota is squarely on the bubble.

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Is Nebraska on NCAA bubble? We asked Jerry Palm

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Jerry Palm Talks NCAA Tournament Teams

CBSSports.com’s Jerry Palm joined Tuesday night’s “Big Ten Finale” to give his latest thoughts on the Big Ten’s NCAA bubble teams, most notably Nebraska. The Huskers, fresh off Sunday’s stunning upset at then-No. 9 Michigan State, have won five of six and have a manageable schedule remaining.

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Early look at NCAA Tournament mock brackets

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Ohio State at Minnesota - Top Plays

It’s mid-January. Seems like a good time to start taking a look at some mock NCAA brackets. Things are looking good for Wisconsin and Michigan State, which are primed to be No. 1 seeds.

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Taking one more look at NCAA mock brackets

Ohio State Fans

Dunks of the Week - March 12th, 2013

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With the major league tournaments about to start, let’s take one last look at some mock brackets to see where the Big Ten rates. Indiana remains a No. 1 seed in the four brackets I checked. And there’s nothing that can happen in the Big Ten tourney—or elsewhere, for that matter—that will change that. And a spot in the cozy Midwest Region (Dayton, Ohio; then Indianapolis) also is basically a given, too, no matter what the Hoosiers do in Chicago.

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Dienhart: Latest look at experts' mock brackets

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Zeller Hustles All Over The Floor, Steals and Dunks

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It’s time to take the temperature of the Big Ten. How do the various mock brackets rate the conference entering the final week of the regular season?

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Mock brackets: See where your Big Ten team lands

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Jerry Palm Top Seed Projections

It’s time for my weekly check of some mock brackets to see where the Big Ten ranks. The four brackets I examined all have seven Big Ten teams in the Big Dance. And that looks like a pretty solid number right up until Selection Sunday on March 17.

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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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NCAA Brackets: What are the experts saying?

Wisconsin Fan

B1G Bracketology: Feb. 12th, 2013

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It’s time to look at the various mock brackets to see how the Big Ten is being forecast for the Big Dance. All four mock brackets that I check each week are in accord by having seven Big Ten teams in the NCAA tourney. The only other conference with as many is the Big East.

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Mock brackets: How does Big Ten stack up?

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Dunks of the Week: February 5th, 2013

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The weekly mock brackets are out, and the Big Ten looks primed for seven bids—at least for now, as Illinois seems to be hanging by a thread. The Fighting Illini appear in three of the four mock brackets I check each week. Each analyst also has two Big Ten teams as No. 1 seeds, with Indiana and Michigan leading a group that also includes Michigan State, Ohio State, Minnesota and Wisconsin in each bracket.

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Mock brackets: Where do Big Ten teams land?

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The Case for No. 1 Seeds

It’s that time of the week, time to look at the mock brackets. And the Big Ten remains well-represented with seven teams in each of the mock brackets that I check each week. The only conference with more bids is the Big East, which has eight or nine tourney teams—depending on the bracket you check.

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