Big Ten Tournament Championship: Michigan State Defeats Ohio State, 68-64

The 2012 Big Ten Tournament came down to the No. 1 seed Michigan St. Spartans against the No. 3 seed Ohio St. Buckeyes. In Sunday afternoon's championship game, the Spartans prevailed in a close one with a 68-64 win to remove any doubt about their place in the 2012 NCAA Tournament.

Michigan State tooka slim 34-32 lead into halftime and held on for the win to cap off their dominant season in the conference. Brandon Wood's 21 points for the Spartans led all scorers.

Draymond Green sunk this dagger of a three-pointer to help seal the win for the Spartans.

Jared Sullinger led the Buckeyes with 18 points in the game.

For more on the Ohio State Buckeyes, head over to Along The Olentangy. For updates on the MIchigan State Spartans, visit The Only Colors. For more on the entire tournament, stay with our Big Ten Tournament StoryStream. For wall to wall coverage of the 2012 NCAA Tournament, stay tuned to SB Nation's dedicated college hoops hub.

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