The Big Ten is as deep a conference you’ll find in the country. Some of the latest 2020 NCAA Tournament projections include 10-11 teams from the Big Ten. As a result, the Big Ten tournament is shaping up to be the best in the country.
College basketball’s regular season isn’t done just yet. But fans are already looking ahead to the Big Ten tournament.
Here’s a look at what the Big Ten tournament seeding would look like if the season ended today:
- Penn State
- Michigan State
- Ohio State
Here’s a more in-depth look at the Big Ten tournament bracket, once again if the regular season ended today:
— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) February 10, 2020
The top four seeds in the Big Ten have a major advantage in the bracket as they all receive a double bye before their first tournament game. As usual, the bottom four seeds have to play right away.
It’s been a wild season of college hoops – primarily in the Big Ten. Ohio State and Michigan started out as two of the hottest teams in the country.
But both the Buckeyes and Wolverines now find themselves near the bottom of the conference.
Maryland, Penn State, Illinois and Iowa are currently the top four seeds in the Big Ten. But of course, that could change before the tournament is played.