Michigan's Isaiah Livers reacts after making a shot during the second half against Minnesota. (Kiichiro Sato)

Quarterfinals, Friday

Game 7: Michigan State 77, Ohio State 70

Game 8: Wisconsin 66, Nebraska 62

Game 9: Minnesota 75, Purdue 73

Game 10: Michigan 74, Iowa 53

Semifinals, Saturday

Game 11: Michigan State 67, Wisconsin 55

Game 12: Michigan 76, Minnesota 49

Final, Sunday

No. 1 Michigan State vs. No. 3 Michigan, 3:30 p.m., CBS

Earlier results

Second round, Thursday

Game 3: Ohio State 79, Indiana 75

Game 4: Nebraska 69, Maryland 61

Game 5: Minnesota 77, Penn State 72 (OT)

Game 6: Iowa 83, Illinois 62

First round, Wednesday

Game 1: Nebraska 68, Rutgers 61

The Cornhuskers are moving on to the second round after a 34-point performance from senior James Palmer Jr., who played at WCAC power St. John’s. It was the first time since 2016 that they won their first game in the conference tournament. They’ll next play Maryland, who defeated them in the quarterfinals three years ago.

Game 2: Illinois 74, Northwestern 69

It took overtime, but the Illini are moving on. Trent Frazier and Ayo Dosunmu both hit three pointers in the extra frame to give Illinois a cushion and the Wildcats were unable to answer from long range. Giorgi Bezhanishvili scored a game-high 26 points and Andres Feliz had an 11-11 double-double for the Illini.

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