The top 50 states in the U.S. and Canada have a combined total of 52 television markets for college basketball.
Each market’s market television ratings are calculated based on average local viewership.
The Big Ten and Pac-12 Networks are among the leagues that use data from Nielsen to calculate local viewership for all of their games.
Here are the top 50 markets for home and away basketball for each conference.
Home markets in these markets include Ohio, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan State, Michigan Tech, Purdue and Rutgers.
These markets are also the home of the University of Michigan.
The top 25 markets are ranked in descending order by television rating, and the top 10 markets are the 10 markets that are closest to each other.
Here’s the complete list of the top 25 television markets in each conference for the 2017-18 college basketball season: Ohio State (7) | Wisconsin (4) | Michigan (4), Penn State (2) | Purdue (2), Ohio (2).
Michigan (2): Ohio State (+9, +9.2), Penn (4, +2.8).
Wisconsin (+2, +1.6), Michigan State (+1, +0.5).
Penn State (+0.7, +.2).
Purdue (+0, +4.5), Ohio State.
Ohio State, Ohio State and Penn State will play each other on Nov. 23 in Columbus.
Michigan will host Purdue on Nov 3 at 7 p.m.
(ET) in Bloomington, Indiana.
The Wolverines have a perfect 12-0 regular season, their best start since 2008-09.
They have won seven consecutive games.
They are No. 2 in the Big Ten in both total points scored (24,846) and average margin of victory (19.8 points).
Purdue, which leads the conference with 24 wins, is No. 1 in the Associated Press poll.
Ohio is No, 1 in AP poll.
Wisconsin is No., 4.
Michigan State is No.-3 in AP Poll.
Purdue and Michigan are No.-6 and No.-10 in the AP Poll and the Associated Sports Media poll respectively.
Ohio, Penn State and Michigan State will meet in the 2017 Big Ten Tournament on Nov, 12.
The games are set to start at 7:30 p.c. in Blooming.