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College Basketball: Ranking the Big Ten's Coaches for 2013-14

Michigan State's Izzo headlines deep crop of coaches
Michigan State's Izzo headlines deep crop of coaches

The Big Ten once again has perhaps the deepest bench of coaches in the country.

It shouldn’t be surprising, then, then that teams like Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State and Wisconsin had a hotly contested battle for the regular season title in the Big Ten last season. Each week in 2013-14 seemed to feature a different Big Ten team in the national spotlight.

College basketball: The Big Ten's best freshmen, transfers and more for 2013-14

Tim Frazier was an All-Big Ten performer before missing last season
Tim Frazier was an All-Big Ten performer before missing last season. He'll be one of the new faces in the Big Ten to make an impact in 2013-14.

A year after being the nation’s most competitive conference at the top, the Big Ten is counting on a handful of new faces to remain so in 2013-14.

Michigan State returns nearly intact, but most of the Big Ten wasn’t so lucky. Indiana is counting on freshmen and a transfer making his third Division I stop to replace NBA Draft lottery picks Victor Oladipo and Cody Zeller. Michigan also will look to a pair of rookies to take spots vacated by the National Player of the Year and another first-round draft pick.

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