Big Ten Football in Review
A place for the Big Ten football recaps.
Five teams still have a chance to reach Indianapolis, and three more are playing for bowl bids.
Michigan’s loss opens the door for a surprise contender in the East, while five teams still have a shot at representing the West in Indianapolis.
Wisconsin’s overtime win against Nebraska makes the West race more interesting. Can Penn State crash the party in the East?
A funny thing happened on the way to that Michigan-OSU showdown; in the West, the biggest game of the season is this week.
All signs point to a Columbus showdown Thanksgiving weekend deciding the East champion; Nebraska has the edge out West but has plenty of competition.
The East looks like it’s already down to the obvious two contenders, while the West has a third different favorite in three weeks.
Road teams won three out of four in the first week of conference play, while three others wrapped up their non-conference schedules.
Conference play starts early as we begin the first year of the Big Ten’s 9-game conference schedule.
The final full weekend of non-conference play in the Big Ten approaches, with a handful of marquee games on the docket along with the usual cupcakes.
2015’s first games are in the books. Here’s what happened and what to watch around the conference on MSU’s off week.