2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/1110L 65-63
- 11/152L 69-48
- 11/18W 100-53
- 11/20W 78-77
- 11/23W 73-62
- 11/2420L 73-58
- 11/25W 77-72
- 11/295L 78-69
- 12/3W 80-76
- 12/6W 77-57
- 12/10W 71-63
- 12/18L 81-73
- 12/21W 77-65
- 12/27W 75-74
- 12/30W 61-52
- 1/4W 93-65
- 1/7L 72-63
- 1/1124W 65-47
- 1/15L 72-67
- 1/21L 82-75
- 1/2420L 84-73
- 1/29W 70-62
- 2/2W 72-61
- 2/7L 86-57
- 2/11W 77-66
- 2/14W 74-66
- 2/1816L 80-63
- 2/23W 88-72
- 2/2616h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/1h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Can Badgers keep heat on Boilers?
When Wisconsin visits Michigan State on Sunday, the Badgers will know if a win will put them in a first-place tie with Purdue in the Big Ten. The Spartans will close out their season schedule at the Breslin Student Events Center having won their last four games there. (Sunday, 4 p.m. ET) Preview
Syracuse improved its NCAA tournament profile with a buzzer-beating win over Duke on Wednesday. Which bubble team will make the next big statement?
Matt Schick and Gerry Hamilton discuss the impact of the latest notice of allegations at Ole Miss. Plus, an interview with the No. 7 propsect in the ESPN100, Kevin Knox.
Miles Bridges scored nine points during a decisive run and finished with 20, Nick Ward had 20 points and Joshua Langford scored a career-high 17 points, leading Michigan State in an 88-72 win ove
Watch: Will Spartans get green light vs. NU?
It'll be a "green-out" at Breslin Center on Thursday night when the Huskers visit. A win would put Michigan State in a fourth-place tie in the Big Ten with Minnesota and Northwestern. (7 p.m. ET, ESPNU/WatchESPN)
Minnesota is trending up after knocking off Maryland on Wednesday night. Elsewhere in the Big Ten, Michigan solidified its spot and Northwestern dropped while Michigan State and Indiana remain on the bubble.
Will Big Ten seedings shake up again?
Michigan will play at Rutgers on Wednesday night while No. 24 Maryland hosts Minnesota. The Terrapins, Wolverines and Golden Gophers all risk their future NCAA tournament seeding.
The Bilastator won't use the common refrain. He sees the truth: The at-large pool is weak. Only a handful of teams can sustain the excellence to win it all. Who are they? You're welcome.
Maryland could earn a lock with a home win over Minnesota on Wednesday. Michigan State remains on the bubble with an even smaller margin of error after Eron Harris' knee injury, Michigan has a must-win game against Rutgers on Wednesday and Indiana is just about done.
USC drops two notches and Virginia Tech one to join Michigan State and California.
Key players across college basketball have gone down. And these injuries will have major implications in the NCAA tournament, says Dick Vitale.
It's jammed up atop Big Ten
Wisconsin's win over Maryland on Sunday leaves the Badgers tied with Purdue for first place with Maryland one game behind. After that, Northwestern, Michigan State, Minnesota and Michigan are all within one game of each other in the loss column.
Dana O'Neil ESPN Senior Writer
All-injured team of Edmond Sumner, Maurice Watson, Eron Harris, Chris Clarke, OG Anunoby, Gavin Schilling, Ben Carter, Phil Booth, Jordan Woodard, Kenny Williams, John Egbunu, Udoka Azubuike could win a lot of games. And I know I've forgotten people. Just brutal.
Michigan State guard Eron Harris will have season-ending surgery on his right knee. The senior had to be taken off the court on a stretcher during Saturday's game against Purdue.
Caleb Swanigan had 24 points and 15 rebounds, and Isaac Haas scored 18 points, leading No. 16 Purdue to an 80-63 victory over Michigan State on Saturday.
Senior guard Eron Harris landed awkwardly on his right leg while attempting a layup and left Michigan State's loss to Purdue on a stretcher.
Watch: Can Boilers keep pace?
Purdue is tied for first place in the Big Ten with Maryland and Wisconsin, who will meet early Sunday. The Boilermakers won their first meeting this season with the Spartans by 11 points in late January. (4 p.m. ET, ESPN/WatchESPN)
The College Gameday crew graded the season's best dunks from Grayson Allen, Dillon Brooks, Miles Bridges, Malik Monk and DaMarcus Croaker. Which was your favorite? Vote now.
Points Per Game72.0216th
Rebounds Per Game36.2160th
Assists Per Game17.58th
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