Preseason Big Ten Picks: Who Ya' Got?

SelectionSunday

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Final tweaking of Big Ten standings projection is complete.

1. Michigan State
2. Indiana
3. Michigan
4. Wisconson
5. Nebraska
6. Maryland
7. Minnesota
8. Purdue
9. Iowa
10. Ohio State
11. Illinois
12. Northwestern
13. Penn State
14. Rutgers

NCAA (7): Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, Purdue, Wisconsin

NIT (3): Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio State

1st Team All Big Ten
Boogie Edwards
Ethan Happ
Juwan Morgan
Jordan Murphy
Cassius Winston

2nd Team
Tyler Cook
Anthony Cowan
James Palmer
Isaiah Roby
Nick Ward

3rd Team
Amir Coffey
Trent Frazier
Romeo Langford
Charles Matthews
Lamar Stevens

Player of the Year: Boogie Edwards

Freshman of the Year: Romeo Langford

Coach of the Year: Archie Miller
 
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1. Michigan State
2. Minnesota
3. Indiana
4. Michigan
5. Nebraska
6. Wisconsin
7. Maryland
8. Purdue
9. Iowa
10. Ohio State
11. Illinois
12. Northwestern
13. Penn State
14. Rutgers

NCAA (8): Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska, Purdue, Wisconsin

NIT (2): Iowa, Ohio State

1st Team All Big Ten
Boogie Edwards
Ethan Happ
Juwan Morgan
Jordan Murphy
Nick Ward

2nd Team
Tyler Cook
Anthony Cowan
James Palmer
Amir Coffey
Cassius Winston

3rd Team
Isaih Robey
Trent Frazier
Romeo Langford
Charles Matthews
Daniel Oturu

Player of the Year: Jordan Murphy (19pts, 12 reb)
Freshman of the Year: Daniel Oturu (B1G leader in blocks)

Coach of the Year: Richard Pitino

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Pray I'm right!
 

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I'll take a swing:

1. Michigan St
2. Nebraska
3. Iowa
4. Indiana
5. wisconsin
6. Michigan
7. Purdue
8. Minnesota
9. Maryland
10. Ohio St
11. Northwestern
12. Penn St
13. Illinois
14. Rutgers

NCAA (6): Michigan St, Nebraska, Iowa, Indiana, wisconsin, Michigan

NIT (2): Purdue, Minnesota

POY: Ethan Happ

FOY: Romeo Langford

COY: Tim Miles

Personally think it will somewhat of another down year for the B1G, but no way the conference gets as few NCAA tourney teams as last year. Mich St has to be the strong favorite, and Rutgers is the clear cellar dweller. Other than that I could move just about any of the rest of these teams up or down a couple of spots without much argument.
 
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1. Sparty
2. Michigan
3. Indiana
4. Minnesota
5. Wisconsin
6. Maryland
7. Nebraska
8. Ohio State
9. Northwestern
10. Purdue
11. Iowa
12. Penn State
13. Illinois
14. Rutgers

First Team
Happ
Edwards
Murphy
Morgan
Romeo Langford

POY Edwards
Top Freshman Langford
Coach: Miller
6th man Brock Stull

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1. Michigan State
2. Michigan
3. Indiana
4. Purdue
5. Minnesota
6. Nebraska
7. Wisconsin
8. Iowa
9. Maryland
10. PSU
11. OSU
12. Illinois
13. NW
14. Rutgers

NCAA (7): MSU, MI, Indy, Purdue, Minnesota, Nebraska, WI

NIT (3): Iowa, Maryland, PSU

Player of the Year: Morgan

Rookie: Langford

Coach: Archie Miller
 

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1.M.St
2.Gophs
3.Ind
4.Wisk.
5.Purd
6.Iowa
7.Mich
8.Neb
9.Ohio
10.Mary
11.PN. ST
12.Nw
13.Ill
14.Rutgers
 
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1.M.St
2.Gophs
3.Ind
4.Wisk.
5.Purd
6.Iowa
7.Mich
8.Neb
9.Iowa
10.Mary
11.PN. ST
12.Nw
13.Ill
14.Rutgers
you forgot, "THE Ohio State Univ."!
 

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1. MSU
2. Indiana
3. Michigan
4. Minnesota
5. Nebraska
6. Wisconsin
7. Purdue
8. Maryland
9. Iowa
10. Northwestern (I think people are forgetting about Evansville transfer Ryan Taylor)
11. Ohio State
12. Penn State
13. Illinois
14. Rutgers
 

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1. Michigan State
2. Michigan
3. Indiana
4. Purdue
5. Minnesota
6. Nebraska
7. Wisconsin
8. Iowa
9. Maryland
10. PSU
11. OSU
12. Illinois
13. NW
14. Rutgers

NCAA (7): MSU, MI, Indy, Purdue, Minnesota, Nebraska, WI

NIT (3): Iowa, Maryland, PSU

Player of the Year: Morgan

Rookie: Langford

Coach: Archie Miller
Indiana sweeps the awards and still finishes in third? Interesting
 

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1. Michigan State
2. Indiana
3. Gophers
4. Michigan
5. Nebraska
6. Purdue
7. Maryland
8. Wisconsin
9. Iowa
10. Ohio State
11. Illinois
12. Northwestern
13. Penn State
14. Rutgers

NCAA 9-Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska, Purdue, Wisconsin

1st Team
Carsen Edwards
Cassius Winston
James Palmer
Jordan Murphy
Juwan Morgan

2nd Team
Amir Coffey
Romeo Langford
Charles Matthews
Nick Ward
Ethan Happ

3rd Team
Anthony Cowan
Isaiah Roby
Tyler Cook
Josh Langford
Bruno Fernando

Player of the Year
Jordan Murphy

Freshman of the Year
Romeo Langford

Coach of the Year
Archie Miller
 

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If we stay healthy and eligible, I think we can be a Top Four Big Ten team. We have some guys who like Pitino says have to be hungry. They were a big part of a good team...Coffey, McBrayer, Murphy, Curry. Add a settled in Washington and Omersa provides a lane presence The other freshmen I think surpass last years guys and Stull and Matz hopefully add something, plus the bonus guy Hurt usually doesn't make horrible mistakes. Anxious to see how we look to begin. That's 11 candidates for playing time...we have not had that any time lately.
 
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