IU women among first 4 out of NCAA Tournament field

1 comment by   |   Monday, February 17, 2014 - 4:59 pm EDT

After back-to-back losses to Penn State and Nebraska, ESPN women’s basketball bracketologist Charlie Creme has Indiana among the first four teams out of the NCAA Tournament field.

Creme has the Hoosiers, Bowling Green, Villanova and Creighton on the outside looking in. Minnesota, Rutgers, Oregon State and BYU are this week’s first four teams in.

The Big Ten has six teams in the field, including Michigan State, Penn State, Nebraska, Purdue, Iowa and Minnesota. Indiana closes its season with home games this week against Michigan and Illinois, followed by road trips to Minnesota and Michigan State.

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BeatPurdue
Tuesday, February 18, 2014 - 3:10 PM EDT

The job is simple: beat IL, MI at home and MN on the road, and GO DANCING! I didn’t say that it was EASY! GO IU!

 


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