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Big Ten Conference Basketball Tournament
(Seeds in Parenthesis)

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Site: Bankers Life Fieldhouse (18,165) -- Indianapolis, Indiana
Dates: Thursday, March 13th through Sunday, March 16th
Annual: 17th
Defending Champion: Ohio State def. Wisconsin, 50-43
Television: Big Ten Network, ESPN2, ESPN, CBS (Semifinals and Final)
 
Thursday, March 13th - Opening Round
Illinois 64, (8) Indiana (17-15) 54
Ohio State 63, (12) Purdue (15-17) 61
Minnesota 63, (10) Penn State (15-17) 56
Northwestern 67, (6) Iowa (20-12) 62
 
Friday, March 14th - Quarterfinal Round
Michigan 64, (9) Illinois (19-14) 63
Ohio State 71, (4) Nebraska (19-12) 67
Wisconsin 83, (7) Minnesota (20-13) 57
Michigan State 67, (11) Northwestern (14-19) 51
 
Saturday, March 15th - Semifinal Round
Michigan 72, (5) Ohio State (25-9) 69
Michigan State 83, (2) Wisconsin (26-7) 75
 
Sunday, March 16th - Championship Game
(3) Michigan State (26-8) 69, (1) Michigan (25-8) 55
 
Tournament Titles and Records
 SchoolTitlesLast Tourney Record  
 Ohio State52013 27-11  
 Michigan State32012 19-13  
 Illinois22005 24-14  
 Wisconsin22008 17-15  
 Iowa22006 15-14  
 Purdue12009 9-15  
 Minnesota0 11-14  
 Indiana0 10-16  
 Michigan0* 9-14  
 Penn State0 9-16  
 Northwestern0 6-16  
 Nebraska0 1-2  
 
Past Big Ten Tournament Winners, Results and Most Valuable Players
2014Michigan State def. Michigan, 69-55 (Branden Dawson)
2013Ohio State def. Wisconsin, 50-43 (Aaron Craft)
2012Michigan State def. Ohio State, 68-64 (Draymond Green)
2011Ohio State def. Penn State, 71-60 (Jared Sullinger)
2010Ohio State def. Minnesota, 90-61 (Evan Turner)
2009Purdue def. Ohio State, 65-61 (Robbie Hummel)
2008Wisconsin def. Illinois, 61-48 (Marcus Landry)
2007Ohio State def. Wisconsin, 66-49 (Greg Oden)
2006Iowa def. Ohio State, 67-60 (Jeff Horner)
2005Illinois def. Wisconsin, 54-43 (James Augustine)
2004Wisconsin def. Illinois, 70-53 (Devin Harris)
2003Illinois def. Ohio State, 72-59 (Brian Cook)
2002Ohio State def. Iowa, 81-64 (Boban Savovic)
2001Iowa def. Indiana, 63-61 (Reggie Evans)
2000Michigan State def. Illinois, 76-61 (Morris Peterson)
1999Michigan State def. Illinois, 67-50 (Mateen Cleaves)
1998*Michigan def. Purdue, 76-67 (Robert Traylor)
 
NOTES:
Winner receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. All times Eastern. Ohio State was the second seed last year when it defeated fourth-seeded Wisconsin, 50-43, in the championship game. Ohio State reached the Elite 8 of the NCAA Tournament last year before losing to Wichita State, 70-66. Ohio State has played in seven of the last eight championship games, winning in 2007, 2010-11, 13. Iowa became the lowest-seeded team to win the event in 2001, as the sixth-seeded Hawkeyes defeated Indiana in the final. The top four teams at the end of the regular season earn first round byes.

03/16 18:03:24 ET

As of March 16, 2014, at 06:04 PM ET