Big Ten basketball tournament 2013 schedule and bracket: Buckeyes and Badgers to duel for the title


Ohio State won a thriller over Michigan State, and Wisconsin upset Indiana on Saturday afternoon. Next, the Buckeyes and Badgers will meet for the conference championship.

Many viewed the Big Ten as the best basketball conference in the country this year, and on Sunday a champion will finally be determined when Ohio State meets Wisconsin in Chicago.

The Buckeyes advanced to the title game by beating Michigan State in a close one on Saturday afternoon, 61-58. Aaron Craft had 20 points and nine assists in the win.

Wisconsin, meanwhile, upset No. 3 Indiana 68-56, just one day after knocking off No. 6 Michigan in the quarterfinals. Another win on Sunday would give the Badgers serious momentum going into the NCAA tournament.

These two teams met twice this year with each team winning on its own home court. Most recently, Wisconsin beat Ohio State by 22 points on Feb. 17.

For a full look at how these two teams got here, take a look at the complete Big Ten Tournament bracket.

The Big Ten title game will tip-off at 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS, airing right before the NCAA Tournament Selection Show.

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