I say screw that. Why not seal the deal, rid ourselves of the suspense and win the darned thing. I'm talking about the Big Ten tourney of course.
I mean why not us? Any team can get hot, and Nebraska is pretty hot right now.
Time to go on a run.
The first step is beating Ohio State today!
Update on Television:
Nebraska's Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal against No. 24 Ohio State will be televised on ESPN, as the conference announced television info this afternoon. Tipoff is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. (CT) or 25 minutes following the conclusion of the Michigan-Illinois game (11 a.m. CT start). The NU-OSU game will also be carried statewide on the IMG Husker Sports Network and available on Huskers.com.
Gophers Beat Penn State to Advance to Second Round of the Big Ten Tournament - The Daily Gopher
Minnesota defeated Penn State 63-56 in Indianapolis to advance to the second round of the Big Ten Tournament. The Gophers jumped out to an early lead and held on despite multiple offensive lulls..
NCAA Tournament: Gophers on the Bubble With Big Ten Tournament and Selection Sunday Looming - The Daily Gopher
The regular season is over and the Gophers finished off Penn State at home in convincing fashion to keep themselves relevant in the NCAA Tournament discussion.
#12 seed Purdue gave #5 seed Ohio State a run for their money, but Purdue's last-ditch effort at an upset fell a few inches short.
Big Ten Tournament 2014 results, Ohio State vs. Purdue: Bucks barely escape - Land-Grant Holy Land
Ohio State pulled out a close one against Purdue
Recap: Tracy Adams, Turnovers Doom Hoosiers in Illinois Victory - BT Powerhouse
Indiana turned the ball over 16 times and Tracy Abrams logged 25 points as the Illini won the first game of the Big Ten Tournament
Nebraska’s Miles on the NCAA Tournament: ‘I think we’ve earned our way in’ " The Jim Rome Show
Nebraska coach Tim Miles talked with Jim Rome on his radio program about the NCAA Tournament.