As usual I made a schedule and it changed completely. I even put it on here last night with every intention of following it. Today at work I was offered a ticket to the two night games of the Big Ten Tournament. Who could pass that up? So we left after work to see a couple of games at the United Center. The first game was the #2 seed Badgers v. the #7 seed Spartans. The Spartans kept the game close, but in the end the depth of Wisconsin, and Alando Tucker were too much. Tucker scored 21 points, most of them down the stretch when they mattered. The picture shows one of his four three pointers in the second half. I was also able to see the younger Landry play tonight. He made some good plays, but so far I think his older brother is better. Time will tell on that though. Drew Neitzel was held to only ten points, and really was not a factor in the game. The Badgers will play the winner of the Indiana/Illinois game tommorrow. Michigan State will wait for the selection committee to decide its fate.