Our editors predict the Badgers to play in the inaugural Big Ten Championship Game
There were many jokes over the summer about who would be the ‘leader’ in the Big Ten’s Leaders, but the on-the-field answer should provide one of college football’s best divisional races down the stretch. Wisconsin looked like the prohibitive favorite through the first half of the season, but the Badgers have lost two in a row in heartbreaking fashion.
Michigan’s Robinson, Nebraska duo and Wisconsin’s Ball are among the nation’s best.
The Big Ten has been known for elite running backs for years and years. From Mike Hart to Ron Dayne to Eddie George to Anthony Thompson to Archie Griffin to Alan Ameche and Howard Cassady in the '50s, the conference has produced some of college football’s top runners for generations. But what about this season?
The Buckeyes have looked vulnerable after a controversial year off the field.
We all know how bad the offseason was for Ohio State football, but how that drama would affect the Buckeyes on the field was one of September’s most interesting college football storylines. It has not been pretty. After Jim Tressel and Terrelle Pryor departed OSU amid a laundry list of NCAA violations, new coach Luke Fickell was left with a depleted roster and no answer at quarterback.