2011 Big Ten Tournament: Ohio State and Michigan Take Rivalry To Indianapolis

When Michigan and Ohio State play, in any sport, it is always sure to be a heated and competitive game. Today the winner of that game will advance to the Big Ten Championship tomorrow afternoon.

Ohio State needed overtime yesterday to dispatch the pesky Northwestern Wildcats, but will probably be playing with renewed motivation today as they take the opportunity to beat their old rival for a third time this season.

Michigan came back from twelve points down in the second half yesterday against No. 5 seed Illinois, and in doing so likely locked up a tournament bid.

Standout Buckeye Jared Sullinger is coming off of a 20 point 18 rebound game and will be looking to carry his team to a second straight Big Ten Tournament Championship.

Follow the Buckeyes at the SBN Ohio State Blog Along the Olentangy and follow the Wolverines at the SBN Michigan Blog Maize 'n Brew.

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