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Hoosiers welcome in the Buckeyes
Top 25 Big Ten schools clash in Bloomington, IN on Tuesday when the No. 14 Ohio State Buckeyes travel to play the second ranked Indiana Hoosiers at Assembly Hall.
A presumptive top seed in the NCAA Tournament and two games clear of the chasing pack in the Conference, Indiana closes out the regular season at home to Ohio State and then travels to Ann Arbor this weekend to play No. 7 Michigan.
The Buckeyes have defeated every unranked side that they have faced this year, but are just two and seven when playing ranked sides. The two sides met earlier in the year at the Value City Arena in Columbus and the Hoosiers were far too strong for their hosts easing to an 81-68 victory.
Third ranked Duke also takes the court when they host Virginia Tech at the Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, NC.
Curiously kept at No. 3 in the AP Top 25 poll despite their win over Miami this past weekend, the Blue Devils played the Hokies two weeks ago in Blacksburg and anything less than a repeat of their 32-point rout would be a surprise.
A trendy pre season pick to do some damage in the Tournament, the Memphis Tigers suffered in the polls earlier in the season after defeats to VCU, Minnesota and Louisville in their only significant challenges in a soft non-conference schedule.
Now No. 25, Memphis is in action when they head to UTEP to take on the Miners.
The Tigers are undefeated in C-USA play this campaign and close out the regular season on Saturday back at the FedEx Forum against UAB.
Duke are 5/1 to win the NCAAB Championship while Ohio State can be backed at 30/1 and Indiana at 5/1.
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