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Twitter: Are Michigan, MSU fans rooting for rival?

It’s no secret Michigan and Michigan State are fierce rivals. Sometimes, however, conference pride and a chance to make rare history can supersede a rivalry. Consider this: If Michigan and Michigan State both win today, the Big Ten will be the first conference to put three teams in the Final Four since the Big East did it in 1985. So, are Wolverine and Spartan fans willing to root for their rivals for conference pride? I asked on Twitter. Yes! Let's decide it in the final! RT @BTNBrentYarina: Curious, #Michigan and #Spartan fans: Are you pulling for your rival today. #b1gpride

Big Ten Men's Gymnastics

Big Ten announces All-Big Ten gymnastics teams

Individual event winners were crowned on the second day of the Big Ten Men’s Gymnastics Championships, which concluded with the conference office announcing the All-Big Ten teams and postseason award winners. Event titles were claimed by gymnasts from four schools, including three championships from Ohio State and one each from Illinois, Minnesota and Penn State. Ohio State’s Sean Melton claimed event titles on the parallel bars (15.600) and high bar (15.375), while teammate Jake Martin took home the conference title on the vault (15.300). Illinois’ Chandler Eggleston won the floor exercise with a score of 15.725, while Minnesota’s Ellis Mannon

Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports

Dienhart: Badgers punch their Final Four ticket

Frank Kaminsky was on fire. The big fella was balling like he owned the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. Shooting, spinning, driving, dunking, posting up and dominating. It was impressive. When the smoke had cleared, the 7-0 junior had scored 28 points with 11 rebounds. Kaminsky was simply unstoppable. But more vital: The No. 2 Badgers are headed to the Final Four with a 64-63 overtime win vs. No. 1 Arizona in the West Region final. [ MORE: Wisconsin edges Arizona, earns spot in Final Four ] On Sunday, Michigan State (No. 7 UConn) and Michigan (No. 8 Kentucky) will

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Wisconsin edges Arizona, earns spot in Final Four

(AP) Wisconsin bumped and grinded its way into the Final Four. Frank Kaminsky had 28 points and 11 rebounds for Wisconsin, rallying the Badgers to a 64-63 overtime victory against Arizona in the West Region final Saturday night. The Badgers (30-7) advanced to their first Final Four appearance since 2000 on Saturday night, and first for 69-year-old coach Bo Ryan, who earned his 704th career victory. Nick Johnson had the ball with a chance to win, but he missed a shot that came just after the buzzer for Arizona (33-5), the top-seeded team that has yet to win a West

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Elite Eight preview: No. 2 Wisconsin vs. No. 1 Arizona

(AP) Sean Miller has been on Bo Ryan’s radar since the mid-1970s. That’s when the future Arizona coach came to Madison, Wis., for the first time at Ryan’s behest. Miller was a 9-year-old hot shot point guard, and Ryan was a Wisconsin assistant looking for some juice to enliven a night designed to drum up interest in Badgers basketball. He called up Miller’s father, a coach who agreed to send his son from Beaver Falls, Pa., to help out. The young Miller donned a Superman cape made by one of the coaches’ wives and showed off his ball handling and

Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

Dienhart: Big guys lead Spartans to big win

Thank goodness for Michigan State big men Adreian Payne and Branden Dawson. Without that dynamic duo, Michigan State would have been sent packing tonight. But the Spartan tandem led the way in an emotional 61-59 win vs. No. 1 Virginia that advances Michigan State to the Elite Eight to play No. 7 UConn with a spot in the Final Four on the line. [ MORE: Michigan State tops Virginia in Sweet 16 thriller ] Dawson and Payne saved their best for last, excelling in crunch time on a night when few other MSU players stepped up. Keith Appling had two

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Michigan State tops Virginia in Sweet 16 thriller

(AP) Branden Dawson had 24 points and 10 rebounds and Michigan State beat top-seeded Virginia 61-59 on Friday night to advance to East Regional final. The fourth-seeded Spartans (29-8) will play Connecticut (29-8) on Sunday with a Final Four berth at stake. The seventh-seeded Huskies beat third-seeded Iowa State 81-76 on Friday. Catch up on all the scores, photos and highlights from the game. MICHIGAN STATE 61, VIRGINIA 59 | RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY HIGHLIGHT: Michigan State slams home a dunk after a missed shot. (by @InfinitiUSA) #MarchMadness http://t.co/hxbfgaGWP8 — NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 29, 2014 HIGHLIGHT: Michigan

Nik Stauskas and Caris LeVert

March continues: Michigan clears another hurdle

Just like Wisconsin doused a hot Baylor team last night in the Sweet 16, Michigan dumped water on a hot Tennessee team tonight in its Sweet 16 game. It wasn’t as easy for the Wolverines as it was for the Badgers. Regardless, the Wolverines won, 73-71, and are just one win from returning to the Final Four for a second season in a row. Up next is a game vs. the winner of the Kentucky/Louisville game in the Midwest Regional Final. [ MORE: Michigan holds off Tennessee in Sweet 16 matchup ] This is a Michigan team that has confounded

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Michigan holds off Tennessee in Sweet 16 matchup

(AP) Jordan Morgan scored 15 points and Nik Stauskas had 14 including a key free throw to help Michigan hold on for a 73-71 victory over Tennessee in Friday’s first Midwest Regional semifinal. The second-seeded Wolverines now play either Louisville, who they lost to in last year’s national championship game, or 2012 national champion Kentucky Sunday. Catch up on all the stats, photos and select in-game video highlights in this post. MICHIGAN 73, TENNESSEE 71 | RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY HIGHLIGHT: Michigan survives the upset bid and advances to the Elite 8. (by @CokeZero) #MarchMadness http://t.co/yAYpvBb6jU — NCAA March

Michigan Men's Gymnastics Championship 2014

Michigan wins Big Ten Men’s Gymnastics Championship

The Michigan men’s gymnastics team captured the 2014 Big Ten Championship Friday night at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. The title marks the Wolverines’ second consecutive crown and 17th overall. Michigan totaled a team score of 448.200 points, followed by second-place Ohio State (441.050) and third-place Penn State (438.000). Illinois finished fourth (435.350), Minnesota placed fifth (429.150), Nebraska came in sixth (428.150) and Iowa rounded out the team standings with 425.600 points. Michigan’s Sam Mikulak was the Big Ten all-around champion after finishing with a score of 93.700 points, claiming his third Big Ten all-around crown and becoming the first