March Madness 2014: Big Ten Tournament bracket set (Photo)


Mar 8, 2014; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan Wolverines head coach John Beilein cuts down the net after the game against the Indiana Hoosiers at Crisler Arena. Michigan won 84-80. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Top to bottom, the Big Ten Conference was considered by many to be the all-around best in the 2013-14 college basketball season, and now it’s time for them to play it out to see who is the tops in the conference as the Big Ten Tournament is about set to get underway.

The Michigan Wolverines were the regular season kings of the conference as they get set to make another run at an appearance in the national championship game, hoping to take care of the business they fell short of last season.

But, their competition in this one is going to be stiff with the likes of the Michigan Wolverines, Iowa Hawkeyes and Ohio State Buckeyes, all of which had tremendous seasons and are going to be looking for the momentum of being conference champions going into the NCAA Tournament.

But first, they’re all going to battle it out against one another beginning on Mar. 13 in Indianapolis for the right to be called the 2014 Big Ten Tournament champions.

Here’s a look at the bracket in its entirety.


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  • Sparty One Time

    Join the long list of careless commentators who substitute the name Michigan for Michigan State. However, your blunder is a double whammy in that you listed U of M as one of U of M’s top competitors, in place of MSU- who, by the way, is known as Michigan State not Michigan to all the lazy color commentators out there. I never hear Florida State refered to as Florida. Yet, Michigan State is regularly refered to as Michigan, which is an insult to all Spartan fans.