Posts tagged "Big Ten Tournament"

#1 Ohio State Beats Talor Battle and Penn State in Big Ten Championship

The surprising Penn State Nittany Lions stuck around for as long as they could, but the #1 Ohio State Buckeyes proved to be too much to handle in a 71-60 win for their third Big Ten Tournament Championship in the last five years. William Buford led the way with 18 for the Buckeyes and Talor... Read more »

Big Ten Basketball Tournament: News, Notes and Quotes

Another Big Ten Tournament will soon be entirely in the books, and with it 7 NCAA Tournament bids from the conference. Yes 7! And the only way that could have happened is…with the exact scenarios that did transpire. The final college basketball tournament bracket S-Curve, what Joe Lunardi uses for bracketology, has that Big Ten... Read more »

Illini Give Away Big Ten Tournament Game to Michigan

The Illini (who have the most BTT wins all time with 23) were living and dying by the perimeter game all day and it came back to bite them. They stopped getting looks inside, forced up terrible shots and committed loads of turnovers down the stretch as the Wolverines ended up beating them 60-55. The... Read more »

Northwestern Eliminates Minnesota; Set to Face #1 Ohio State

As he has so many times this season, Northwestern Wildcats senior point guard Michael “Juice” Thompson carried his team on his back, leading his team to a victory over the Minnesota Golden Gophers in a Big Ten Tournament game they absolutely had to have in order to preserve any chance of a NCAA Tournament berth;... Read more »

Win Big Ten Tournament Semi-Finals Tickets!!!

The Sports Bank challenges you to win some sweet seats to one of the most exciting tournaments in all of college basketball! Courtesy of the good people at Stub Ticket information: Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Indiana. 2011 Big Ten Basketball Tournament Session 4 Tickets (Semifinals) on 3/12/2011 1:40:00 PM, section 208 -row 16 – seats... Read more »

Brutally Honest 2011 Big Ten Tournament Preview and Predictions

As mediocre as the Big Ten has looked this season (and a major reason why it looks so mediocre is because expectations were sky-high in October) that big muddled middle mush should make for an exciting conference tournament. There really is very little difference between seeds 4-7. And the league is indicative of college basketball... Read more »