March has arrived.

The best month of the college basketball season is finally here, meaning the regular season is winding down and conference tournaments and March Madness is just around the corner. Considering how strong the B1G has been all season, both events should be incredibly fun.

But before we turn the page on the regular season, we’ve got one week of hoops left. Teams are still playing for seeding in the B1G and NCAA tournaments, while a handful of others are competing to earn a bid into the Big Dance at the end of the year.

Storylines are aplenty and there are plenty of great matchups coming our way in the final week of the season. Here’s a look at the final games of the 2020-21 regular season in the B1G (All times ET):

Monday, March 1

Rutgers vs. Nebraska — 7 p.m., BTN

Tuesday, March 2

No. 5 Illinois vs. No. 3 Michigan — 7 p.m., ESPN

Indiana vs. Michigan State — 8 p.m., BTN

No. 23 Wisconsin vs. Purdue — 9 p.m., ESPN 2

Wednesday, March 3

Minnesota vs. Penn State — 7 p.m., BTN

Maryland vs. Northwestern — 9 p.m., BTN

Thursday, March 4

Michigan State vs. No. 3 Michigan — 7 p.m. ESPN

Nebraska vs. No. 9 Iowa — 9 p.m., BTN

Saturday, March 6

Rutgers vs. Minnesota — 12 p.m., FOX

Indiana vs. Purdue — 2 p.m. ESPN/ESPN 2

No. 5 Illinois vs. No. 4 Ohio State — 4 p.m., ESPN

Sunday, March 7

No. 23 Wisconsin vs. No. 9 Iowa — 12:30 p.m., FOX

Nebraska vs. Northwestern — 1:30 p.m., BTN

No. 3 Michigan vs. Michigan State — 4:30 p.m., CBS

Penn State vs. Maryland — 7 p.m., BTN