The B1G regular season will end with three teams sharing the league title.

First Wisconsin claimed the first piece, defeating Indiana on Saturday. Then Maryland forced a tie atop the standings with a victory over Michigan on Sunday afternoon. Sunday evening, Michigan State knocked off Ohio State to force the three-way tie for the No. 1 spot.

Michigan State defeated Ohio State 80-69 to end the regular season. The Spartans will also now have the No. 2 seed in the B1G Tournament next week, and will receive a double-bye, keeping them sidelined until Friday.

Cassius Winston had a performance to remember on Senior Day, closing out his Michigan State career with 27 points, six assists and four rebounds, while knocking down 10-of-14 shot attempts in the game. Three other Spartans also scored in double figures.

Rockets Watts scored 19 points and Aaron Henry added 12. Xavier Tillman came up one rebound shy of a double-double, ending the day with 15 points, nine rebounds and five assists in an excellent all-around performance.

Michigan State trailed the Buckeyes just briefly on Sunday, and was able to build a 12-point lead in the first half. Ohio State closed the gap by the time the two teams entered the locker room, with the Spartans leading 38-32.

Ohio State made a run to start the second half, tying the game at 42-42, but Michigan State was able to pull away by the middle of the half. The Spartans built a 14-point advantage with five minutes to play and was able to cruise to the win.

This year’s regular season crown marks the third-consecutive year Michigan State has claimed a share of the title. It’s also the tenth time Tom Izzo has led his team to a first-place finish in B1G play.

Last year, Michigan State won a regular season title, a B1G Tournament title and reached the Final Four.