PSU advances in the Big Ten tournament

PSU advances in the Big Ten tournament

PSU advances in the Big Ten tournament

No. 15 MI 77, Nebraska 58: Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman scored 21 points and Moe Wagner had 20 as No. 15 MI dealt a significant blow to Nebraska's NCAA hopes, beating the Cornhuskers 77-58 in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament on Friday.

No Mike Watkins, after his injury against MI, and losses in its last three regular season games plagued the Nittany Lions' hopes for the Big Dance after a stretch of games in which Penn State won six out of seven games.

The No. 13 Ohio State Buckeyes lost a heartbreaker Friday night to the Penn State Nitanny Lions, 69-68, in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament. Instead, Penn State dominated from the start, won battles for the puck and kept Minnesota from registering its first shot on goal until more than 10 minutes had expired. It's Penn State's first trip to the semifinals since 2011 when they advanced to the championship game.

"We just want to defend and rebound like we did those past two games", Carr said.

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"I mean, we just gotta try to make them as uncomfortable as possible", Ohio State's Keita Bates-Diop said.

This was first time Penn State trailed to Minnesota in their last three meetings, however the Lions dug deep and responded within five minutes as Murray and his line started to settle in. NU had held the Nittany Lions' (20-12, 9-9) leading scorer, All-Big Ten guard Tony Carr, to just one field goal in 13 minutes after Carr had scored 15 points in the first half, and senior guard Bryant McIntosh hit a jumper from the right baseline to give NU a 2-point lead. Wesson had entered the game as Ohio State's third-best rebounder, while averaging almost 11 points per game. Kam Williams and Jae'Sean Tate each added 10 for Ohio State. "So if I let him do what he wanted, have his way, he was going to shoot over me, so I had to get up under him a little bit, make him a little bit uncomfortable".

Bates-Diop tied the game at 49 on a 3-pointer from the top of the key with 10:46 left, the finishing touch on what was a 12-4 run for the Buckeyes.

Game Two in the Big Ten quarterfinal series is set for Saturday, March 3 at Pegula Ice Arena in University Park, Pa. FOX Sports North will broadcast the game at 6 p.m. CT.

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"I thought Jillian was outstanding on Page tonight", Barnes Arico said. But the Buckeyes couldn't get another consistent offensive threat to help him out. The good news for Ohio State at halftime was that it was kind of obvious what was going wrong.

"Unbelievable", Penn State coach Pat Chambers said when asked about the incident. He scored 25 points to go along with 6 rebounds and 5 assists.

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Considering how things unfolded early, the Buckeyes weren't in a bad spot. It would be the last points for Ohio State.

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MI (26-7) earned its sixth straight victory, getting 16 points from Duncan Robinson plus 12 points and six assists from Zavier Simpson.

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