The Wolverines had their bye week, and so hold on to the top spot for another week.
2. Ohio State
Similarly, the Buckeyes were off, so the top two remain unchanged.
3. Penn State
Yes the final score was close, but I’ll be damned if someone tries to tell me Iowa outplayed Penn State. The Hawkeyes were fortunate their day didn’t end with a 14+ point blowout.
That being said, I thought Iowa suffered from a bizarrely bad day by their quarterback. The Hawkeyes should still make noise in the Big Ten West, with a shot at the conference championship game still up for grabs.
5. Michigan State
The Spartans quelled the Boilermaker rebellion, which is another reason I can dislike them this year.
Man I would have loved for Purdue to wreck Sparty. I still think the Boilermakers are an above average team in this conference, and will cause some consternation for their remaining opponents.
Super quietly, Northwestern has just one conference loss, despite sitting at 5-3, and probably staring down a loss to Notre Dame this weekend. It would be extremely Big Ten West to crown a champ that went winless in the non-conference.
The Maryland yo-yo is on the upswing, and so they jump a couple spots. Tune in next week to see which way the yo-yo is going!
Wow Wisconsin. I’m not saying Northwestern is bad, but they shouldn’t be 14 points better than you.
The Golden Gophers managed to take down Indiana, and that’s all I have to say about that.
Oy, Illinois, what are you doing? At this rate, Nebraska is going to pass you!
Back-to-back baby! Nebraska trucked Bethune-Cookman, getting them their second win of the season. Let’s see if they can make it three in a row, who’s next? Ohio State? HAHAHAHA
Hey! Rutgers didn’t lose! They were on their bye week. But they didn’t lose!