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Indiana's Will Sheehey

Pulse: Indiana's Sheehey joins the show

Tonight on The Big Ten Pulse, Rick Pizzo, Tim Doyle and Mateen Cleaves set the table for the Sweet 16, which includes four Big Ten teams (see the NCAA bracket). The crew also discussed another memorable Draymond Green performance and the highly anticipated rematch between Indiana and Kentucky. Speaking of the Hoosiers, Will Sheehey, who hit the game-winning shot vs VCU, joined the guys to talk about the team’s first Sweet 16 appearance since 2002. Watch the full interview now. Don’t forget to follow The Pulse on Twitter: @BTNThePulse.

Wisconsin's Ben Brust

Big Ten Teams vs. Sweet 16 Field

For the first time since 1999 and the third time since the field expanded in 1985, the Big Ten has four teams in the Sweet 16. Indiana, Michigan State, Ohio State and Wisconsin all made it through the first weekend of the tournament, meaning each is two wins away from the Final Four, four from claiming the national title. The competition only gets stiffer the rest of the way, of course, so it’s important to consider what these teams did against elite foes. See how the Big Ten’s remaining teams fared this season vs. the Sweet 16 field in this

Michigan State's Andrew Maxwell

Dienhart: Top Spring Questions

Spring football is in full swing across the Big Ten. And each day, will be the place to stop by for your daily gridiron fix as we roll toward spring games in April. senior writer Tom Dienhart will provide analysis, previews, videos and Q&As—among other things. So be sure to stop by each day. To kick things off, here are 27 key questions that must be answered. 1. How will Penn State respond to a new coach in Bill O’Brien and his new schemes? 2. Who will catch passes for Ohio State? 3. Can Wisconsin find an answer

Ohio State's William Buford

Dienhart: Big Ten & Sweet 16 since 1985

All season, the computer rankings said that the Big Ten was the nation’s strongest conference. The league lived up to that hype through the first week of the NCAA tourney. Four of the six schools that received bids are still playing, with No. 1 Michigan State, No. 2 Ohio State, No. 4 Indiana and No. 4 Wisconsin advancing the second weekend of the tourney. No. 4 Michigan fell in the second round to No. 13 Ohio, while No. 10 Purdue lost in the third round to No. 2 Kansas. There’s a chance the Buckeyes (if they beat No. 6 Cincinnati)

Purdue's Lewis Jackson

Kansas rallies late, eliminates Purdue

(AP) Elijah Johnson scored 18 points, including the go-ahead basket in the final minute, and No. 2 seed Kansas rallied to beat Robbie Hummel and No. 10 seed Purdue 63-60 on Sunday night. Thomas Robinson managed 11 points and 13 rebounds for the Jayhawks (29-6), who trailed nearly the entire game. Purdue was clinging to a 60-59 lead and had the ball and under a minute remaining when Lewis Jackson, the shot clock winding down, lost control at the top of the key. Johnson picked it up and went the other way for the go-ahead layup with 23.3 seconds left.

Michigan State's Derrick Nix

Dienhart: Sunday's NCAA breakdown

Michigan State held off Saint Louis on Sunday to advance to its fourth Sweet 16 in the last five seasons (recap). As usual, Draymond Green had an impressive all-around game (tweets). With the victory, Michigan State joins Indiana, Ohio State and Wisconsin in the Sweet 16. It looked like Purdue may join the group, too, but it fell to Kansas in the final seconds of a game it led throughout Sunday night (recap). Get senior writer Tom Dienhart’s analysis from Sunday’s games in this post. Also, don’t forget about the interactive NCAA bracket. No. 1 MICHIGAN STATE 65, No.

Michigan State's Keith Appling

MSU fends of SLU, advances to Sweet 16

(AP) With Michigan State’s season in peril, Draymond Green turned to Keith Appling during a timeout and told him to be ready. His moment was near. And when it arrived, Appling delivered. His shot, the one Green urged him to take, helped save the Spartans. Appling’s critical 3-pointer with 1:34 left, a 20-foot jumper set up by Green’s pass, gave Michigan State a 65-61 win Sunday over Saint Louis and thrust the top-seeded Spartans into the round of 16. Read the full AP recap, check out the box score, and see the tweets about Green’s great game. Read our half-by-half

Virginia Commonwealth Rams center D.J. Haley (33) reaches in on Indiana Hoosiers forward Cody Zeller (40) during the first half in the third round of the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament at the Rose Garden. Mandatory Credit: Steve Dykes-US PRESSWIRE

Indiana rallies to beat VCU & advance

Will Sheehey made a 15-footer from the baseline with 12.7 seconds left after a shot was blocked right to him and No. 4 seed Indiana rallied to beat VCU 63-61 in the third round of the NCAA tournament on Saturday. Cody Zeller scored 16 points and grabbed 13 rebounds and Victor Oladipo added nine points and five boards. The Hoosiers and Virginia Commonwealth (29-7) traded leads and momentum throughout the game, as the contest featured 14 lead changes. Best place to find a bracket? EAST REGIONAL: #4 INDIANA 63, #12 VCU 61: BOX | AP RECAP | SCOREBOARD FINAL

Vanderbilt Commodores forward JEffery Taylor (44) defends against Wisconsin Badgers guard Josh Gasser (21) during the first half in the third round of the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament at the Pit. Mandatory Credit: Nelson Chenault-US PRESSWIRE

Wisconsin Beats Vanderbilt to Move On

(AP) Wisconsin riding the nation’s stingiest defense – and admittedly a bit of luck – back to the round of 16. The Badgers held the Southeastern Conference’s two leading scorers in check Saturday night and Ryan Evans grabbed a crucial rebound with 2.1 seconds left to help Wisconsin fend off Vanderbilt 60-57 in the NCAA tournament. Wisconsin held John Jenkins (20.1) and Jeffery Taylor (16.3) to 13 and 9 points, respectively in advancing to face top-seeded Syracuse in the East Regional in Boston. Best place to find a bracket? EAST REGIONAL: #4 WISCONSIN 60, #5 VANDERBILT 57: BOX |

Ohio State Buckeyes guard William Buford (44) drives against Gonzaga Bulldogs forward Guy Landry Edi (10) in the third round of the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament at the CONSOL Energy Center. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-US PRESSWIRE

Ohio State beats Gonzaga to advance

Aaron Craft scored 17, grabbed three rebounds and handed out 10 assists to help Ohio State past Gonzaga 73-66 on Saturday in Pittsburgh in the third round of the NCAA Tournament. Ohio State was trailing when Jared Sullinger converted a field goal with 3:35 to go to give it a lead it would not relinquish. The Buckeyes also got solid contributions from William Buford, who scored 13 and Deshaun Thomas and Sullinger, who each scored 18. Best place to find a bracket? EAST REGIONAL: #2 OHIO STATE 73, #7 GONZAGA 66: BOX | AP RECAP |  SCOREBOARD FINAL RECAP: