Publish Date: 01/23/2021
Fact checked by: Mike Goodpaster
With the pandemic making schedules crazy, we have now wrapped up football and are solely focusing on basketball. The Youngster and Old Man continue their annual preview, but also review of teams 7-12 (based off last years standings). We start the show witn Minnesota (15-16) who would have needed a spectacular B1G tournament to make the NCAA Tournament. Indiana hit the 20 win mark but finished tied for 10th with Purdue. Like Minnesota, Purdue would have needed a good B1G tournament run, but Indiana most likely would have received a bid. Michigan rolled in at 9th place and was one win away from the magical 20 wins for March Madness. Sad ending for Rutgers who was ready to punch their first tournament ticket since 1991. Ohio State was in the AP top 25 and were a lock to make the tournament field.
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