With Michigan State, Ohio State, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin leading the way, the Big Ten features several solid programs and Gary Parrish takes a look at each team in a league strong from top to bottom.
Things are now mostly settled in college basketball. We basically know who will be coaching where. We basically know who will be playing where. So this seems like as good of a time as any to reset everything and get caught up on all of the notable leagues.
Indiana picked up a major perimeter boost on Wednesday, as Evan Gordon will provide scoring and experience.
Maurice Creek, who's been at Indiana the past four years and suffered brutal knee injuries that have hampered his career, will transfer from the school.
Indiana is about to lose its second underclassman in a span of two days.
Indiana coach Tom Crean will have to devise ways to beat the Syracuse zone defense. He should have enough firepower to do it. The Hoosiers are one team the Orange did not want to play.
The one, two, three and four seeds all survived in this region, the only quad where that's the case. Will we see it still play out to proper seed over the next three games?
Victor Oladipo had 16 points and eight rebounds to help lead Indiana to a 58-52 win over Temple and into the Sweet 16.
There are plenty of weapons on Indiana, but freshman Yogi Ferrell led the way on Friday.
The Michigan Wolverines and North Carolina State are two teams from this year's field with a wealth of future NBA talent.

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