President’s Club
  • Aug 5, 2021
    The Big Ten led all conferences going into March Madness with nine teams selected to the field of 68 teams, or 13.2-percent of the field being from the 14-team league. But when you really look at the numbers, when you take the Big Ten’s automatic bid and the Iowa Hawkeyes off the table and all the other auto bid conference champions, the league’s eight at-large bids account for 22.2-percent of the available spots to non-league champs.

    Ohio State of course is part of that field, and we will have plenty on Ohio State’s upcoming game against Loyola Chicago over the course of the week, a game that will match the No. 7 and No. 10 seeds of the South regional in Pittsburgh (12:15pm EDT – CBS).

    But what about the rest of the league? What kind of draws did Ohio State’s conference mates end up with and will this be the year that the Big Ten finally breaks through and ends its tournament championship drought?

    The Big Ten has three double-digit seeds with No. 12 Indiana and No. 11...

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