Big Ten Tournament 2011 Bracket Update: Ohio State Advances To Final With 68-61 Win Over Michigan

In Indianapolis on Sunday, top-ranked Ohio State managed to prevail over Michigan in the semifinal round of the Big Ten Tournament. It did take a 16-0 run, though, for the Buckeyes to push past their conference rival and into the finals.

Jon Diebler led Ohio State with 16 points. Jared Sullinger struggled from the free-throw line, sinking only four of 10 shots, but still managed 14 points and 13 rebounds, including six from the offensive glass. The Wolverines were led by Darius Morris' 16 points.

With Michigan State and Penn State yet to tip off this afternoon, this is how the Big Ten bracket looks. All times Eastern.

Quarterfinals: Friday, March 11

No. 1 Ohio State Buckeyes defeats Northwestern, 67-61 (OT)

No. 4 Michigan Wolverines defeat No. 5 Illinois Fighting Illini, 60-55

No. 2 Purdue Boilermakers defeat Michigan State, 74-56

Penn State defeats Wisconsin 36-33

Semifinals: Saturday, March 12

Ohio State def. Michigan, 68-61

Michigan State vs. Penn State, 25 minutes after first semifinal, CBS

Championship game: Sunday, March 13

Ohio State vs. Michigan State/Penn State, 9, ESPN

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