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The Big Ten Conference may be known mostly for football, but the men’s basketball tournament has been one of the best in college basketball over the past couple of seasons making Big Ten tournament tickets some of the most desired in the month of March. Starting in 1998, the tournament was held at the United Center in Chicago giving a central location for those seeking Big Ten tournament tickets. Starting in 2002, the tournament started switching between Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis and the United Center every other year. After Big Ten tournament tickets were selling better in Indianapolis, the conference committed to a five-year residency at Bankers Life Fieldhouse starting in 2008. For the 2011 season, it was announced the tournament would go back to alternating between Bankers Life Fieldhouse and the United Center, giving Chicago another chance at receiving revenues from Big Ten tournament tickets. Those looking to purchase Big ten tournament tickets this season will be heading to Indianapolis.

Since the start of the tournament, only one team has become the conference champion being a worse seed than No. 3, the 2001 Iowa Hawkeyes as the No. 6 seed. The runner-ups, however, have varied all over to the No. 11 seed. The Ohio State Buckeyes have won the most Big Ten tournaments with five and have been runner-up in the championship game four other times. Nine championship game appearances out of 16 tournaments could make Big Ten tournament tickets a pretty safe purchase. The Buckeyes are also tied with the Michigan State Spartans for most consecutive championships with two, Michigan State won back-to-back in 1999-2000 and Ohio State won back-to-back in 2010-2011. The 2000 champion Michigan State squad is the only team to win the Big Ten tournament and NCAA tournament in the same season. As with most major conferences in the NCAA, the winner of the Big Ten tournament receives an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament, regardless of regular season success.

Big Ten tournament tickets have been some of the most in demand of all the college basketball tournaments, partly due to the success the teams go on to have after the tournament. Four times the winner of the Big Ten tournament has gone on to play in the Final Four of the NCAA tournament. The purchase of Big Ten tournament tickets gives fans a good chance of seeing at least one of the top teams in the nation playing in those games.

Once the tournament gets closer, it’s likely the price of Big Ten tournament tickets start to rise. Ohio State won last year’s tournament and will be trying to go back-to-back for the second time in tournament history. Michigan State is currently the top ranked team in the country at No. 13. The Iowa Hawkeyes are the surprise team in the conference, sitting at No. 15 nationally. Wisconsin, last year’s runner up, is right behind Iowa at No. 16. The Buckeyes currently sit at just No. 24. The conference has five teams with at least a .700 winning percentage for the 2013-14 season.

Any fan who purchases Big Ten tournament tickets is going to see one of the most exciting tournaments in college basketball.

Year-By-Year Big Ten Tournament Results

Year Champion Champion's Seed Score Runner-up Runner-up's Seed Most Valuable Player Location
1998 Michigan # 4 76–67 Purdue # 3 Robert Traylor, Michigan United Center, Chicago, Illinois
1999 Michigan State # 1 67–50 Illinois # 11 Mateen Cleaves, Michigan State United Center
2000 Michigan State # 2 76–61 Illinois # 4 Morris Peterson, Michigan State United Center
2001 Iowa # 6 63–61 Indiana # 4 Reggie Evans, Iowa United Center
2002 Ohio State # 2 81–64 Iowa # 9 Boban Savovic, Ohio State  Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Indiana
2003 Illinois # 2 72–59 Ohio State # 8 Brian Cook, Illinois United Center
2004 Wisconsin # 2 70–53 Illinois # 1 Devin Harris, Wisconsin Conseco Fieldhouse
2005 Illinois # 1 54–43 Wisconsin # 2 James Augustine, Illinois United Center
2006 Iowa # 2 67–60 Ohio State # 1 Jeff Horner, Iowa Conseco Fieldhouse
2007 Ohio State # 1 66–49 Wisconsin # 2 Mike Conley Jr., Ohio State United Center
2008 Wisconsin # 1 61–48 Illinois # 10 Marcus Landry, Wisconsin Conseco Fieldhouse
2009 Purdue # 3 65–61 Ohio State # 5 Robbie Hummel, Purdue Conseco Fieldhouse
2010 Ohio State # 1 90–61 Minnesota # 6 Evan Turner, Ohio State Conseco Fieldhouse
2011 Ohio State # 1 71–60 Penn State # 6 Jared Sullinger, Ohio State Conseco Fieldhouse
2012 Michigan State # 1 68–64 Ohio State # 3 Draymond Green, Michigan State Bankers Life Fieldhouse
2013 Ohio State # 2 50–43 Wisconsin # 4 Aaron Craft, Ohio State United Center

Big Ten Tournament Tickets News

3-14-14: Big 10 results from March 13th: Illinois defeated the home town Indiana 64-54, Ohio State escaped Purdue 63-61, Minnesota beat Penn State 63-56, and Northwestern defeated the Iowa Hawkeyes 67-62. Today's action includes top seeded Michigan vs Illinois, Nebraska vs Ohio State, Wisconsin vs Minnesota, and Michigan State vs Northwestern.

3-13-14: The Big Ten tournament kicks off today with 4 games on the schedule at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Indiana vs Illinois (now complete with Illinois winning 64-54), Ohio State vs Purdue, Minnesota vs Penn State, and Iowa vs Northwestern. Tomorrow will see number 1 seed Michigan face Illinois along with games determined by tonight's results.

3-12-14: The first round of the Big 10 tournament kicks off tomorrow. Currently, Session 1 currently averages $121 on the secondary market and includes Indiana vs Illinois and Ohio State vs Purdue. Session 2 averages $49 on the secondary market and includes Minnesota vs Penn State and Iowa vs Northwestern. All sessions strips are still available at an average cost of $287.

3-11-14: The Big Ten tournament kicks off this Thursday at Banker's Life Fieldhouse in Indiana. The opening round features Indiana vs Illinois, Ohio State vs Purdue, Minnesota vs Penn State, and Iowa vs Northwestern. The top 4 seeds of Michigan, Wisconsin, Michigan State, and Nebraska won't see action until Friday's quarterfinals. Big Ten tournament tickets for the opening round are currently going for as low as $2.

3-9-14: Big 12 results from March 8th: Baylor defeated Kansas State 76-74. Iowa State defeated Oklahoma State 85-81 in overtime. Oklahoma defeated TCU 97-67 to earn the no. 2 seed in the Big 12 tournament. Texas Tech beat in-state rival Texas 59-53. West Virginia upset the Kansas Jayhawks 92-86. Andrew Wiggins had 41 points and 8 rebounds in the loss.

3-7-14: Big 10 results from 3/6: Penn State defeated Northwestern in a low scoring affair 59-32. Center Alex Olah scored nearly half of Northwestern's points with 14. Number 22 Michigan State passed by Number 24 Iowa 86-76 thanks to a strong second half. The Spartans played 15 men on the roster. The Big 10 regular season concludes this Sunday. An all session pass to the Big 10 tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse currently averages $368 on the secondary market (more than any Indiana Pacers game this season). Session 2 is the cheapest while Session 5 sports the most expensive Big 10 tournament tickets.

3-6-14: The Big 10 saw 2 games go down last night. First, the Cornhuskers held off a late charge from Indiana at Assembly Hall. Despite only playing 8 players, Nebraska saw balanced scoring throughout en route to a 70-60 victory. Nationally ranked Wisconsin nearly gave up a 1st half, but still finished ahead of Purdue 76-70. Frank Kaminsky led the way for the Badgers with 22 as they are now the winners of 8 in a row. An all-session strip for the Big 10 tournament currently averages $397 on the secondary market. Big 10 tournament tickets for the championship game have an average asking price of $85 on the resale market.

3-5-14: 2014's BIG 10 tournament takes place at Banker's Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis from March 12th to 16th. The all-session strip will cost you an average of $449 on the secondary market. The overall average price of all sessions is currently $118, with the cheapest being Session 2 at $46. The most expensive date is Session 5 on March 15th, at an asking price of $163. The title game the next day currently averages just $89 on the secondary market, with the cheapest seat $19. The Big Ten features 4 nationally ranked teams (Wisconsin, Michigan, Michigan State, and Iowa). Michigan has the best in-conference record at 14-3.

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