Why you should watch the Big Ten basketball tournament

This is the big Ten basketball tourney, with all the upsets and upsets that come with it.

Here’s why you should go watch it. 1.

The Sweet Sixteen The Sweet 16 is on Friday and Saturday, and both games are played in Bloomington, Indiana.

The Hoosiers have the No. 1 seed, but the rest of the Big 12 gets the No 1 seed and the No 2 seed.

So the Hoosier advantage is huge.

The second-seeded Oklahoma Sooners have the same No. 2 seed as Oklahoma.

So Indiana and Oklahoma will play in Indianapolis, Indiana, and the Hoop Summit.

That will give you a chance to see both teams play, but if you are in Indianapolis on Thursday and Friday, you will be able to watch both games.


The Big Ten Tournament: First Round Indiana and Northwestern will meet in Indianapolis.

It will be a rematch of last year’s Sweet 16, which Indiana lost to Northwestern.


Big Ten Conference Championship The top three seeds will advance to the Big 10 Championship, which takes place Jan. 3 in Atlanta.

That’s the last chance for teams that lost to Ohio State and Michigan State to make it to the tournament.

So, if you want to watch a Sweet 16 rematch, it is worth watching this one, too.


The Final Four: Kansas vs. Kansas State Kansas State won the 2014 national championship.

It is now one of the most anticipated games in college basketball.

Kansas was expected to win the Big Dance, and now they will face Kansas State, a team that was supposed to win last year.

Kansas is a top-five team in the country this year, and Kansas State is ranked No. 16.

Kansas needs a win to make the Final Four.

If Kansas State beats Kansas, it would be the first time since 2004 that the Jayhawks will make the final four.

Kansas will face off against the No, 8-seed Texas A&M Aggies on Jan. 12.


The ACC Tournament: Final Four Syracuse vs. Syracuse Orange The Orange won the national championship last season, and they will play the No., 8-seeds.

This will be the Orange’s second Sweet 16 matchup, after losing to Duke in 2014.

The Orange lost to Kentucky last year, but they still had the No 9 seed.

The Blue Devils are a top 25 team in this year’s tournament.

They beat Villanova, who beat Kentucky last season.


NCAA Tournament: Sweet 16 The No. 8 seed from this year will face No. 4 seed from last year in the NCAA Tournament.

The No, 6-seed from this season will face the No 8 seed of last season in the tournament, and so on. 7.

Final Four on ESPN: Final 4 on ESPNThe game will be played in New York on Jan 1.


College Basketball Live: Big Ten Live, Saturday, Jan. 8, 10:30 a.m.

ET (ESPN)10.

College Football Live, Sunday, Jan 9, Noon ET (Fox Sports 1)11.

College Hoops Live, Monday, Jan 10, 6 p.m.-8 p..m., ESPN2 (ESPN2.com/College Hoops)

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