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2016 Big Ten Tournament: Purdue Earns 4 Seed

Purdue will play Friday afternoon at approximately 2:30pm in Indianapolis.

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The Big Ten Tournament is now set! Purdue's win over Wisconsin gives the Boilers a second straight top 4 finish in the league and another double bye for the Big Ten Tournament. That means Purdue gets to sit and rest while its opponent, likely Iowa, has to play at least one game, possibly two before we even take the floor. Here is your complete schedule:

Wednesday:

#12 Illinois (13-18, 5-13) vs. #13 Minnesota (8-22, 2-16) 4:30pm, ESPN2

#11 Nebraska (14-17, 6-12) vs. #14 Rutgers (7-24, 1-17) 25 minutes after, BTN

Thursday:

#8 Michigan (19-11, 10-8) vs. #9 Northwestern (20-11, 8-10) Noon, BTN

#5 Iowa (21-9, 12-6) vs. Illinois-Minnesota winner 25 minutes after, BTN

#7 Ohio State (19-12, 11-7) vs. #10 Penn State (16-15, 7-11) 6:30pm, ESPN2

#6 Wisconsin (20-11, 12-6) vs. Nebraska-Rutgers winner 25 minutes after, ESPN2

Friday:

#1 Indiana (25-6, 15-3) vs. Northwestern-Michigan winner Noon, ESPN

#4 Purdue (24-7, 12-6) vs. Iowa-Illinois-Minnesota winner 25 minutes after, ESPN

#2 Michigan State (26-5, 13-5) vs. Ohio State-Penn State winner 6:30pm, BTN

#3 Maryland (24-7, 12-6) vs. Wisconsin-Nebraska-Rutgers winner 25 minutes after, BTN

Saturday:

Indiana-Michigan-Northwestern winner vs. Purdue-Iowa-Illinois-Minnesota winner 1pm, CBS

Michigan State-Penn State-Ohio State vs. Maryland-Wisconsin-Nebraska-Rutgers winner 25 minutes after, CBS

Sunday:

Championship game 3pm, CBS