Big Ten Men's Scores, Standings & Schedules (2/5)

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Michigan 77, Ohio State 69
Nebraska 72, Penn State 63
Northwestern 54, Wisconsin 52

Standings
1. Purdue (22-2, 11-2)
2. Rutgers (16-7, 8-4)
3. Illinois (16-7, 7-5)
3. Indiana (16-7, 7-5)
3. Iowa (15-8, 7-5)
3. Maryland (16-7, 7-5)
3. Michigan (13-10, 7-5)
3. Northwestern (16-7, 7-5)
9. Michigan State (14-9, 6-6)
10. Penn State (14-9, 5-7)
10. Wisconsin (13-9, 5-7)
12. Nebraska (11-13, 4-9)
13. Ohio State (11-12, 3-9)
14. Minnesota (7-15, 1-11)

Games for Tuesday, February 7
Rutgers at #21 Indiana (5:30 PM - BTN)
Minnesota at Illinois (7:30 PM - BTN)
Maryland at Michigan State (8:00 PM - ESPN2)
 
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ILLINOIS (16-7, 7-5)
Eastern Illinois (W 87-57)
Missouri-Kansas City (W 86-48)
Monmouth (W 103-65)
vs. #8 UCLA (at Las Vegas) (W 79-70)
vs. #16 Virginia (at Las Vegas) (L 61-70)
Lindenwood (W 92-59)
Syracuse (W 73-44)
at #22 Maryland (L 66-71)
vs. #2 Texas (at New York City) (W 85-78 OT)
Penn State (L 59-74)
Alabama A&M (W 68-47)
vs. Missouri (at St. Louis) (L 71-93)
Bethune-Cookman (W 85-52)
at Northwestern (L 60-73)
#14 Wisconsin (W 79-69)
at Nebraska (W 76-50)
Michigan State (W 75-66)
at Minnesota (W 78-60)
Indiana (L 65-80)
Ohio State (W 69-60)
at Wisconsin (W 61-51)
Nebraska (W 72-56)
at Iowa (L 79-81)

INDIANA (16-7, 7-5)
Morehead State (W 88-53)
Bethune-Cookman (W 101-49)
at Xavier (W 81-79)
vs. Miami (OH) (at Indianapolis) (W 86-56)
Arkansas-Little Rock (W 87-68)
Jackson State (W 90-51)
#18 North Carolina (W 77-65)
at Rutgers (L 48-63)
Nebraska (W 81-65)
vs. #10 Arizona (at Las Vegas) (L 75-89)
at #8 Kansas (L 62-84)
Elon (W 96-72)
Kennesaw State (W 69-55)
at Iowa (L 89-91)
Northwestern (L 83-84)
at Penn State (L 66-85)
#18 Wisconsin (W 63-45)
at Illinois (W 80-65)
Michigan State (W 82-69)
at Minnesota (W 61-57)
Ohio State (W 86-70)
at Maryland (L 55-66)
#1 Purdue (W 79-74)

IOWA (15-8, 7-5)
Bethune-Cookman (W 89-58)
North Carolina A&T (W 112-71)
at Seton Hall (W 83-67)
Nebraska-Omaha (W 100-64)
vs. Clemson (at Niceville, FL) (W 74-71)
vs. TCU (at Niceville, FL) (L 66-79)
Georgia Tech (W 81-65)
vs. #15 Duke (at New York City) (L 62-74)
#20 Iowa State (W 75-56)
Wisconsin (L 75-78 OT)
Southeast Missouri State (W 106-75)
Eastern Illinois (L 83-92)
at Nebraska (L 50-66)
at Penn State (L 79-83)
Indiana (W 91-89)
at Rutgers (W 76-65)
Michigan (W 93-84 OT)
Maryland (W 81-67)
at Ohio State (L 77-93)
at Michigan State (L 61-63)
Rutgers (W 93-82)
Northwestern (W 86-70)
Illinois (W 81-79)

MARYLAND (16-7, 7-5)
Niagara (W 71-49)
Western Carolina (W 71-51)
Binghamton (W 76-52)
vs. St. Louis (at Uncasville, CT) (W 95-67)
vs. Miami (FL) (at Uncasville, CT) (W 88-70)
Coppin State (W 95-79)
at Louisville (W 79-54)
#16 Illinois (W 71-66)
at Wisconsin (L 59-64)
vs. #7 Tennessee (at Brooklyn) (L 53-56)
#16 UCLA (L 60-87)
St. Peter's (W 75-45)
Maryland-Baltimore County (W 80-64)
at Michigan (L 46-81)
at Rutgers (L 50-64)
#24 Ohio State (W 80-73)
at Iowa (L 67-81)
Michigan (W 64-58)
at #3 Purdue (L 55-58)
Wisconsin (W 73-55)
Nebraska (W 82-63)
#21 Indiana (W 66-55)
at Minnesota (W 81-46)

MICHIGAN (13-10, 7-5)
Purdue Fort Wayne (W 75-56)
Eastern Michigan (W 88-83)
vs. Pittsburgh (at Brooklyn) (W 91-60)
vs. Arizona State (at Brooklyn) (L 62-87)
Ohio (W 70-66 OT)
Jackson State (W 78-68)
#3 Virginia (L 68-70)
vs. #19 Kentucky (at London) (L 69-73)
at Minnesota (W 90-75)
Lipscomb (W 83-75)
vs. North Carolina (at Charlotte) (L 76-80)
Central Michigan (L 61-63)
Maryland (W 81-46)
Penn State (W 79-69)
at Michigan State (L 53-59)
at Iowa (L 84-93 OT)
Northwestern (W 85-78)
at Maryland (L 58-64)
Minnesota (W 60-56)
#1 Purdue (L 70-75)
at Penn State (L 61-83)
at Northwestern (W 68-51)
Ohio State (W 77-69)

MICHIGAN STATE (14-9, 6-6)
Northern Arizona (W 73-55)
vs. #2 Gonzaga (at San Diego) (L 63-64)
vs. #4 Kentucky (at Indianapolis) (W 86-77 2OT)
Villanova (W 73-71)
vs. #18 Alabama (at Portland, OR) (L 70-81)
vs. Oregon (at Portland, OR) (W 74-70)
vs. Portland (at Portland, OR) (W 78-77)
at Notre Dame (L 52-70)
Northwestern (L 63-70)
at Penn State (W 67-58)
Brown (W 68-50)
Oakland (W 67-54)
Buffalo (W 89-68)
Nebraska (W 74-56)
Michigan (W 59-53)
at #18 Wisconsin (W 69-65)
at Illinois (L 66-75)
#3 Purdue (L 63-64)
#23 Rutgers (W 70-57)
at Indiana (L 69-82)
Iowa (W 63-61)
at #1 Purdue (L 61-77)
at Rutgers (L 55-61)

MINNESOTA (7-15, 1-11)
Western Michigan (W 61-60)
St. Francis (W 72-54)
DePaul (L 53-69)
Central Michigan (W 68-60)
vs. California Baptist (at San Juan Capistrano, CA) (W 62-61 OT)
vs. UNLV (at San Juan Capistrano, CA) (L 62-71)
at Virginia Tech (L 57-67)
at #5 Purdue (L 70-89)
Michigan (L 75-90)
#23 Mississippi State (L 51-69)
Arkansas-Pine Bluff (W 72-56)
Chicago State (W 58-55)
at #14 Wisconsin (L 60-63)
Nebraska (L 79-81 OT)
at Ohio State (W 70-67)
Illinois (L 60-78)
#3 Purdue (L 39-61)
at Michigan (L 56-60)
Indiana (L 57-61)
at Northwestern (L 61-81)
at Rutgers (L 55-90)
Maryland (L 46-81)

NEBRASKA (11-13, 4-9)
Maine (W 79-66)
Nebraska-Omaha (W 75-61)
at St. John's (L 50-70)
Arkansas-Pine Bluff (W 82-58)
vs. Oklahoma (at Orlando) (L 56-69)
vs. Memphis (at Orlando) (L 61-73)
vs. Florida State (at Orlando) (W 75-58)
Boston College (W 88-67)
at #7 Creighton (W 63-53)
at #14 Indiana (L 65-81)
#4 Purdue (L 62-65 OT)
vs. Kansas State (at Kansas City) (L 56-71)
Queens (W 75-65)
Iowa (W 66-50)
at Michigan State (L 56-74)
at Minnesota (W 81-79 OT)
Illinois (L 50-76)
at #3 Purdue (L 55-73)
Ohio State (W 63-60)
at Penn State (L 65-76)
Northwestern (L 63-78)
at Maryland (L 63-82)
at Illinois (L 56-72)
Penn State (W 72-63)

NORTHWESTERN (16-7, 7-5)
Chicago State (W 85-54)
Northern Illinois (W 63-46)
at Georgetown (W 75-63)
Purdue Fort Wayne (W 60-52)
vs. Liberty (at Cancun) (W 66-52)
vs. #13 Auburn (at Cancun) (L 42-43)
Pittsburgh (L 58-87)
at #20 Michigan State (W 70-63)
Prairie View A&M (W 61-51)
DePaul (W 83-45)
Illinois-Chicago (W 92-54)
Brown (W 63-58)
Ohio State (L 57-73)
Illinois (W 73-60)
at #15 Indiana (W 84-83)
Rutgers (L 62-65)
at Michigan (L 78-85)
Wisconsin (W 66-63)
at Nebraska (W 78-63)
Minnesota (W 81-61)
at Iowa (L 70-86)
Michigan (L 51-68)
at Wisconsin (W 54-52)

OHIO STATE (11-12, 3-9)
Robert Morris (W 91-53)
Charleston Southern (W 82-56)
Eastern Illinois (W 65-43)
vs. #17 San Diego Sate (at Maui, HI) (L 77-88)
vs. Cincinnati (at Maui, HI) (W 81-53)
vs. #21 Texas Tech (at Maui, HI) (W 80-73)
at #17 Duke (L 72-81)
St. Francis (W 96-59)
Rutgers (W 67-66)
vs. North Carolina (at New York City) (L 84-89 OT)
Maine (W 95-61)
Alabama A&M (W 90-59)
at Northwestern (W 73-57)
#1 Purdue (L 69-71)
at Maryland (L 73-80)
Minnesota (L 67-70)
at Rutgers (L 64-68 OT)
at Nebraska (L 60-63)
Iowa (W 93-77)
at Illinois (L 60-69)
at Indiana (L 70-86)
Wisconsin (L 60-65)
at Michigan (L 69-77)

PENN STATE (14-9, 5-7)
Winthrop (W 93-68)
Loyola (MD) (W 90-65)
Butler (W 68-62)
vs. Furman (at Charleston, SC) (W 73-68)
vs. Virginia Tech (at Charleston, SC) (L 59-61)
vs. Colorado State (at Charleston, SC) (W 68-56)
Lafayette (W 70-57)
at Clemson (L 94-101 2OT)
Michigan State (L 58-67)
at #17 Illinois (W 74-59)
Canisius (W 97-67)
Quinnipiac (W 77-68)
Delaware State (W 60-46)
Iowa (W 83-79)
at Michigan (L 69-79)
#1 Purdue (L 63-76)
Indiana (W 85-66)
at Wisconsin (L 60-63)
Nebraska (W 76-65)
at Rutgers (L 45-65)
Michigan (W 83-61)
at #1 Purdue (L 60-80)
at Nebraska (L 63-72)

PURDUE (22-2, 11-2)
Wisconsin-Milwaukee (W 84-53)
Austin Peay (W 63-44)
Marquette (W 75-70)
vs. West Virginia (at Portland, OR) (W 80-68)
vs. #6 Gonzaga (at Portland, OR) (W 84-66)
vs. #8 Duke (at Portland, OR) (W 75-56)
at Florida State (W 79-69)
Minnesota (W 89-70)
Hofstra (W 85-66)
at Nebraska (W 65-62 OT)
vs. Davidson (at Indianapolis) (W 69-61)
New Orleans (W 74-53)
Florida A&M (W 82-49)
Rutgers (L 64-65)
at #24 Ohio State (W 71-69)
at Penn State (W 76-63)
Nebraska (W 73-55)
at Michigan State (W 64-63)
at Minnesota (W 61-39)
Maryland (W 58-55)
at Michigan (W 75-70)
Michigan State (W 77-61)
Penn State (W 80-60)
at #21 Indiana (L 74-79)

RUTGERS (16-7, 8-4)
Columbia (W 75-35)
Sacred Heart (W 88-50)
Massachusetts-Lowell (W 73-65)
vs. Temple (at Uncasville, CT) (L 66-72)
Rider (W 76-46)
Central Connecticut State (W 83-49)
at Miami (FL) (L 61-68)
#10 Indiana (W 63-48)
at #25 Ohio State (L 66-67)
Seton Hall (L 43-45)
Wake Forest (W 81-57)
Bucknell (W 85-50)
Coppin State (W 90-57)
at #1 Purdue (W 65-64)
Maryland (W 64-50)
Iowa (L 65-76)
at Northwestern (W 65-62)
Ohio State (W 68-64 OT)
at Michigan State (L 57-70)
Penn State (W 65-45)
at Iowa (L 82-93)
Minnesota (W 90-55)
Michigan State (W 61-55)

WISCONSIN (13-9, 5-7)
South Dakota (W 85-59)
vs. Stanford (at Milwaukee) (W 60-50)
Wisconsin-Green Bay (W 56-45)
vs. Dayton (at Bahamas) (W 43-42)
vs. #3 Kansas (at Bahamas) (L 68-69 OT)
vs. USC (at Bahamas) (W 64-59)
Wake Forest (L 75-78)
at Marquette (W 80-77 OT)
#13 Maryland (W 64-59)
at Iowa (W 78-75 OT)
Lehigh (W 78-56)
Western Michigan (W 76-66)
Minnesota (W 63-60)
at Illinois (L 69-79)
Michigan State (L 65-69)
at Indiana (L 45-63)
Penn State (W 63-60)
at Northwestern (L 63-66)
at Maryland (L 55-73)
Illinois (L 51-61)
at Ohio State (W 65-60)
Northwestern (L 52-54)
 
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Once again Illinois is loaded with athletic kids. They may miss on a top target but they also reel them in.
If you look at 4*/5* players landed over the last 4-5 years, 5 programs — Ohio State, Michigan, Michigan State, Indiana, and Illinois — consistently recruit and portal at a significantly higher level than the rest of the league.

Conclusion: 1) System/program matters a lot; 2) Coaching matters a lot; 3) Wisconsin and Purdue do a great job with 1 and 2; 4) Iowa has the coaching and the offensive system, and lacks only defensive improvement and a little program juice to get over the top; 5) we’re so, so, so freaking close; 6) this could very well be the year we break through.
 

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Sissoko has really improved. And even though Walker didn't shoot it great last night I thought he played really well last night. Sparty's problem the last few years is outside shooting. Better guard play and they're going to be tough.
 
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kceasthawk

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Illannoy's next opponent is a new name for me, Lindenwood. I'm sure they are a powerhouse.
Lindenwood is a school in St Charles, Missouri, a suburb of St Louis. Division ll, until this year they are making the transition this year, 2022-2023 to Dl. Not sure if they made the move in football to Dl, but will next season. They compete in 47 NCAA sports, so they have a robust athletics program.
 

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A game in London?
Yes, the BIG will soon be announcing that it will be the first multi-continent league when it adds Oxford and Cambridge to the Big Ten (18 schools). Oxford and Cambridge will soon be adding football and basketball to their schools' extracurricular offerings to supplement chess, debate, and mathaletics.
 

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Sounds like Xavier Johnson will be out at least a month, but some questions on whether or not he'll be done for the season. Pretty big blow for the preseason Big Ten favorites as their biggest issue has been guard play this season--Hood-Schifino was back this weekend, but they'll need to keep him healthy if they want a shot at the title. Can't imagine Trey Galloway running the point for them would make them title contenders.
 

skydog0784

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Still a lot of excitement left in the season for the Hawks.

It's neck-and-neck with MN for the B1G cellar!
 

HoustonREDHawk

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Thanks again for the update! B1G seems to be more balanced than usual. Purdon't will be at or near the top and Minny will be at the bottom. Otherwise, it seems like a crap shoot to predict. MSU currently on a big upswing, but can their annoying troll coach keep them going that way? I hope not! Injuries are having a huge impact so far. Go Hawks!
 
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warriors dad

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Nebraska now has 2 players out for the year. Dont know if they were starters or not but both played alot of minutes.There season is about to go south in a hurry i think.
 

El Simbolo

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January 31
Maryland 66, #21 Indiana 55
Illinois 72, Nebraska 56
Iowa 86, Northwestern 70

Standings
1. Purdue (21-1, 10-1)
2. Illinois (16-6, 7-4)
3. Northwestern (15-6, 6-4)
3. Rutgers (14-7, 6-4)
5. Indiana (15-7, 6-5)
5. Iowa (14-8, 6-5)
5. Maryland (15-7, 6-5)
5. Michigan State (14-8, 6-5)
9. Michigan (11-10, 5-5)
9. Penn State (14-7, 5-5)
11. Wisconsin (12-8, 4-6)
12. Ohio State (11-10, 3-7)
13. Nebraska (10-13, 3-9)
14. Minnesota (7-13, 1-9)

Games for Wednesday, February 1
Penn State at #1 Purdue (5:30 PM - BTN)
Minnesota at Rutgers (7:30 PM - BTN)
Interesting (frustrating?) look at who we've beaten and lost to...

 

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Four losses to the bottom five teams. PSU was a little more understandable given the timing and who was available. OSU had a few match up issues we didn't handle well. Wisconsin is gritty, grindy Badger Ball. But, that Nebraska beating is looking so bad these days.
Split those four losses and the season looks so much better. Go 1-3 in those four and things look better.