What an interesting weekend in the B1G.

On Saturday, No. 4 Ohio State extended its winning streak to six games by posting a 78-59 victory over Indiana. A few hours later, No. 15 Iowa pummeled Michigan State 88-58, handing the Spartans their worst home loss in the history of the famous Breslin Center (1989).

A day later, No. 3 Michigan made a triumphant return to the hardwood after a three-week pause and had a tough task by going on the road to play No. 21 Wisconsin. But the Wolverines erased a 12-point halftime deficit and defeated the Badgers 67-59. Then, Nebraska got its first win of the B1G season in exciting fashion, knocking off Penn State 62-61.

Just another fun week in the best college basketball conference in the country.

The results of last week have resulted in some changes to the B1G standings with about a month remaining in the season. Here’s an updated look at the conference standings after another week of action:

  • No. 1: Michigan — 9-1 (14-1)
  • No. 2: Illinois — 10-3 (14-5)
  • No. 3: Ohio State — 11-4 (17-4)
  • No. 4: Iowa — 9-5 (15-6)
  • No. 5: Wisconsin — 9-6 (15-7)
  • No. 6: Purdue — 8-6 (13-8)
  • No. 7: Rutgers — 8-7 (12-7)
  • No. 8: Indiana — 6-7 (11-9)
  • No. 9: Minnesota — 6-8 (13-8)
  • No. 10: Maryland — 5-9 (11-10)
  • No. 11: Michigan State — 4-8 (10-8)
  • No. 12: Penn State — 4-9 (7-10)
  • No. 13: Northwestern — 3-11 (6-12)
  • No. 14: Nebraska — 1-9 (5-12)