Big Ten Tournament 2013 bracket: Loss to Indiana costs Michigan a first round bye

Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

The 2013 Big Ten Tournament starts Thursday in Chicago.

The Michigan Wolverines could've earned a share of the Big Ten title Sunday at home against the Indiana Hoosiers. Michigan held a lead until the final seconds, and instead, the Hoosiers won the title outright and, because of a tie-breaker, Michigan was dropped all the way to a five seed in this week's Big Ten tournament, meaning the Wolverines will not get a first round bye.

Michigan plays No. 12 Penn State in the opening round, with the winner moving on to face No. 4 seed Wisconsin. Here is the complete Big Ten Tournament bracket:

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