(Ann Arbor, MI) - The Big Ten Conference is wide open heading into Sunday's matchup between the number-two Indiana Hoosiers and number-eight Michigan Wolverines.
Indiana are 13-4 in the Big-Ten and carry a one game lead on Michigan for first place in the conference standings.
The Wolverines are part of a three team tie for second place at 12-5 and will repeat as co-conference champions by knocking off the Hoosiers.
The Michigan State Spartans are also tied for second after beating the Wisconsin Badgers 58-43 Thursday night.
The Spartans tipoff against the Northwestern Wildcats in East Lansing on Sunday.
The Ohio State Buckeyes are also in second and conclude their regular season schedule at home Sunday against the Illinois Fighting Illini.
The Hoosiers can win the Big-Ten outright for the first time since 1993 by beating Michigan this weekend.
Tipoff in Ann Arbor is at 4:00.
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