Sunday was a relatively quiet day in the Big Ten thanks to so many baseball doubleheaders the previous two days thanks to weather conditions. Despite there being only three games, played the conference landscape shifted a bit thanks to yet another loss by Maryland and another close win gutted out by Nebraska. There's still quite the log jam at the top of the conference, with six teams within 2.5 games of first place. The Huskers managed to jump into sole possession of the second seed thanks to their taking two of three from Ohio State.

Maryland (29-13, 13-5) at Indiana (24-17-1, 10-7-1)

Had Maryland been able to even take two of three from Indiana, the Terapins would be looking like the juggernaut of the Big Ten baseball standings right now. Instead, they lost the second of three games against the Hoosiers on Sunday, 6-3. The Terps' conference leader in wins in Taylor Blohm had a very good start, throwing six innings of two-run, seven strikeout ball but he was let down by the first reliever in. Ryan Selmer allowed three hits, a walk and four runs while managing to record just two outs. By contrast, the Hoosiers' bullpen bailed out starter Pauly Milto who managed to throw four innings, allowed seven hits and three earned runs.

The Indiana bullpen managed to throw four shutout innings to get the win and further shake up the Big Ten standings.

Michigan (33-10, 9-6) at Rutgers (16-25, 5-7)

Michigan managed to take care of business on Sunday when it beat Rutgers 8-3 but the damage had been done from an earlier loss to the Scarlet Knights in the series.

While the Wolverines are one of the top-ranked teams in the country, they've struggled in Big Ten play and are one of the many, many teams that are locked in the middle of the pack, 2.5 games behind first place. Rutgers, on the other hand, is just trying to make sure it stays out of the conference baseball cellar.

Nebraska (26-16-1, 9-5-1) at Ohio State (17-26, 5-10)

The Huskers came into the weekend hoping they could get a sweep and announce their presence in the Big Ten with authority. The Huskers almost did it, as they held a 5-2 lead in Friday's game before it was suspended. They blew that lead on Saturday and lost the first game, but won the second and won Sunday's game 11-9. There was plenty of drama in the series finale too, as the Huskers had an 11-1 lead heading into the bottom of the eighth when Ohio State scored eight runs. Luis Alvarado was able to stop the bleeding in the 9th and the Huskers moved up to within two games of Maryland in the Big Ten baseball standings.