We’re down to the final two weeks of the regular season. Things are getting heated across the country, but especially in the B1G, where there’s a major race for the regular season title and bubble teams continue to look for signature wins.

After an exciting weekend in the conference, a current look at the B1G Tournament bracket was sent out from Big Ten Network. It provides a glance of what the situation would be if the season ended today.

Right now, Purdue, Wisconsin, Illinois and Ohio State would be the four teams to earn a double-bye in the tournament. The Day 1 matchups would feature Northwestern-Nebraska and Minnesota-Maryland.

Below is a complete look at the standings:

Because of issues with COVID-19 throughout the course of the season, there are some significant discrepancies in the number of games remaining for each team.

Purdue has the fewest number of games remaining, with just 3 left on the schedule. Ohio State has the most, still with 6 contests left to play. The other 12 teams have either 4 or 5 games to go.

It should create a really fun final two-week stretch in the B1G!