Running Down Our Big Ten Preview Posts

Posted by Deepak Jayanti on November 8th, 2013

Folks, the season is finally here! With three ranked teams in the top-10 of the national polls, the Big Ten is ready to once again make its case as the deepest conference in college basketball. Over the next five months, our team of Big Ten writers – Jonathan Batuello, Brendan Brody, Deepak Jayanti, Max Jakubowski and Alex Moscoso — will provide our insights about the conference we love. To prepare you for the season, we’ve outlined all the posts we’ve written about each of the 12 teams in the league, listed below (sorry, Minnesota, we owe you one).

Which Big Ten Team Will Be Playing Into April Like Michigan Was Last Year?

Which Big Ten Team Will Be Playing Into April Like Michigan Was Last Year?

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Michigan State



Ohio State



IllinoisTracy Abrams was turnover prone as a sophomore. Without Brandon Paul and D.J.Richardson, he will need to step up as the lead guard if Illinois hopes to make a run at the postseason.

WisconsinCan Frank Kaminsky step up for the Badgers in the paint?

Penn StateWho is the best backcourt in the Big Ten? The answer could surprise you: Penn State’s Tim Frazier and D.J.Newbill will be in the running.

NebraskaThe Huskers will not make the postseason this year, we know that. However, the return on their investment in basketball could pay off over the next few years.

NorthwesternThere is new sheriff in Evanston: head coach Chris Collins. He will need Drew Crawford‘s help to remain competitive at home against Big Ten competition.

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