Category Archives: Big 10

‘Can’t Nobody Tell Me Nothin’ Red Raiders Ride Old Town Road to First National Championship Appearance

Chris Beard’s Texas Tech Red Raiders are now one win away from raising the National Championship trophy. The Red Raiders top rated defense once again proved its’ worth in a 61-51 grind it out victory over Michigan State Saturday night in Minneapolis. The Red Raiders were led by junior Matt Mooney, who scored a game high 22 points on 8-for-16

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Purdue advances to first Elite 8 under Matt Painter in thrilling OT fashion

It took 45 minutes of nail-biting back and forth action, but the Purdue Boilermakers defeated second seeded Tennessee 99-94 in the South Regional Semifinal. The Boilers dominated the Volunteers in the opening 20 minutes, jumping out to a 40-28 first half lead. That lead was extended to 18, when the Boilers led the Vols 51-33 with 16:18 left in the

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Despite Brave Effort by Bradley, the Spartans of Michigan State Survive!

The setting was Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, Iowa.  The Big 10 Tournament Champions came to town…. and so did the Bradley Braves.  The Braves from the Missouri  Valley Conference gave the Spartans everything they could handle for about 37 minutes of play before the inside presence of Michigan State took its toil. Despite being led by Darrell Brown, Elijah

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The Spartans Claim No. 1 In Big 10

The highly anticipated in-state rivalry matchup between the Michigan Wolverines and the Michigan State Spartans finally took place tonight in East Lansing at 8 p.m. E.T. Both teams were fighting for the No. 1 seed in the Big Ten Tournament, which starts Wednesday, March 13. Tonight the Spartans not only got in-state bragging rights but also the coveted No. 1

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Who’s in and who has work to do?

With Selection Sunday nearing the corner, it’s make or break time for teams on the bubble.  Some teams are already virtual locks in the tournament, while others have played themselves out of March.  Matty Brackets gives his best look at Power Conference Teams, High Mid Majors, and Mid Majors with great resumes: In order to understand how the best bracketologist

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