They are now 12-8 in the big ten.
no, YOU'RE off topic
1. Minnesota (12-5)
2. Indiana (14-6)
3. Ohio State (14-7)
4. Nebraska (13-7)
5. Michigan (12-8)
6. Illinois (11-9)
7. Michigan State (9-8)
8. Northwestern (9-14)
9. Iowa (7-13)
10. Purdue (5-15)
11. Penn State (3-17)
With 4 games to go (except 3 for OSU and 1 for Northwestern). Top 6 make the conference tournament. A win tomorrow would be big, since the last 3 games are at Nebraska.
Wow, I never realized Wisconsin doesn't have a baseball program. Why is that?
It was dropped in 1991 to save money. At the time Wisconsin was $2,000,000 in debt and wasn't meeting Title IX regulations. Now, however, there have been pushes to reinstate baseball. http://www.jsonline.com/sports/badgers/43201602.html
Do Minnesota and State each have 7 games remaining then?
not make up a snow/out from earlier in April. Outside of those 3 games, all others in the B1G should be played this season. That is 3 more potential L's for these two teams that will not be earned.
Next weekend is the last for conference play, with many good matchups amongst the top teams (except MSU).
MN hosts Illini
Nebraska hosts Michigan
OSU hosts Indiana
last place PSU hosts MSU
per NY times
I recall them losing a football commit at the time, who also wanted to play baseball
I should have been at that game today...who would have thought two shattered metatarsals and gaining 20 pounds in your upper body would cost you a scholarship and chance to play college baseball