Indiana has the toughest remaining schedule of any of the top six B1G teams. They play 4 road games and 1 home game against the other 5 teams currently above .500. Michigan has a much more balanced schedule with 3 at home and 2 on the road. MSU has to play 6 games against the top tier teams but has 4 at home and 2 on the road. OSU also has 6 more games against the top teams but splits road and home at 3 each. Meanwhile Minnesota and Wisconsin have the fewest games against top competitors at 4 split evenly between home and road. I am sure every team is focused on holding home court advantage and trying to steal one or two on the road. IU has a one game advantage at the halfway point but probably needs to do more than win at home to hang onto the championship. Who knows maybe Purdue or Iowa will do us a favor and upset some of our rivals.
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