The Big Ten widely has been considered the best conference in the nation this season, and it may be no surprise the league race has come down to the final day with four teams seeking at least a share of the championship.
It's not exactly a coincidence, either, that a matchup between those thought to be the conference's top two teams ultimately will decide it.
Second-ranked Indiana can win its first outright Big Ten title in 20 years with a victory Sunday over No. 7 Michigan, which looks to finish unbeaten at home for the first time in 36 seasons.
The Hoosiers (25-5, 13-4) have been the favorites from the start, but they missed an opportunity to earn an outright league title for the first time since 1992-93 by falling at home to No. 14 Ohio State 67-58 on Tuesday.
That defeat left the door open for the Wolverines (25-5, 12-5), who won at Purdue 80-75 on Wednesday. A Michigan win on Sunday would give it a second straight Big Ten championship after splitting it last season with No....