2017 Big Ten tournament bracket set, Indiana to open on Thursday against Iowa

  • 03/05/2017 9:51 pm in

The Big Ten regular season schedule is complete and Indiana is the No. 10 seed in this year’s conference tournament at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C.

Indiana finished in a tie with Ohio State for 10th place in the conference standings, but won the tiebreaker for tournament seeding because of Saturday’s 96-92 win in Columbus.

The Hoosiers will open the Big Ten tournament on Thursday, March 9 at 6:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2 against the No. 7 seed, Iowa. The Hawkeyes won the only regular season meeting with Indiana, 96-90 in overtime on Feb. 21 in Iowa City.

The Indiana-Iowa winner will face No. 2 seed Wisconsin in the tournament quarterfinals on Friday, March 10 at 6:30 p.m. ET on BTN.

The full 2017 Big Ten tournament bracket is available below:

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  • inadvertentelbows_stillhurt

    Peter Jok shoots 1,236 free throws and IU loses by 6

  • Michael Rizzo

    For the love of all things holy can we just start with a 2-3.
    Our man to man only serves to confuse ourselves.

  • IdahoHoosier

    I get what you’re saying, but UW has lost 5 of the last 7. So that is why they are “beatable”. At any rate, no guarantee IU gets through Iowa so better just worry about that first!

  • IdahoHoosier

    I haven’t seen anyone honestly say IU turned a corner or anything. Just fans being optimistic and hopeful. Nothing wrong with that right? Or we could come here and post about the obvious flaws we’ve all talked to death all season long… but you did that for us! Guess we’re covered!

  • emohiohoosier

    Nope they have to win the Big Ten Tournament to got to the dance. If not NIT bound. Right now just hoping they play good and beat Iowa. I would love for us to play good for 40 minutes. Not 20, not 30 but 40.

  • vicbert caladipo

    That’s just in the land Of Sandra where every coach stinks, every team stinks and we stink even more because we lose to everyone that stinks. Although UW’s offense has struggled a lot, they have senior leadership, don’t turn the ball over much, and play solid defense. IMO the easiest of the 4 double byes is Maryland, a team that is jeckyl and hyde. Imagine how hard it will be to beat UW, if Happ and Hayes ever hit FT’s. They beat(IMO) the best and most talented team by 17 points, yet some still think they stink. Koenig seems to have gotten his stroke back. UW or Peeyoo will be playing in the championship and if one isn’t there I’d say it will be Peeyoo. Peeyoo is probably playing the best, but I don’t trust them come tourney time.

  • vicbert caladipo

    I’m not going to waste my time typing it(cuz you don’t listen to any differing opinions) but how about checking out F. McCaffs record at Iowa and then how about look at the recruits he’s worked with and tell me he is a terrible coach.

  • vicbert caladipo

    Mo Wagner may be the most improved player in the bigten. UM is definitely scary, especially if Irvin ever starts hitting shots which is his forte.

  • vicbert caladipo

    I agree and hate to disagree with Oleman but I think NW loses their first game and would bet money they definitely lose 2nd game.

  • pcantidote

    LOL. Your post stinks!