A look at the Big Ten power rankings, which saw Ohio State maintain the top spot and Wisconsin move into a tie for second.
Five observations from Saturday in the Big Ten.
Five lessons from an interesting Saturday in the Big Ten:1. Offenses surging in East Lansing and Columbus: OK, so the opposing defenses haven't exactly been stout.
Brian Bennett, Josh Moyer, Adam Rittenberg, Mitch Sherman and Austin Ward contributed to these rankings.
Take a deep breath, Big Ten fans. The wait is over. Our first weekend of Big Ten football is finally here. And though we might be lacking in quality this weekend, at least there's quantity.
You may have heard, Big Ten media days is right around the corner. The event runs Monday and Tuesday at the Hilton Chicago, with all 14 league coaches and 42 players set to attend.
One of the things separating the Big Ten from some of the other power conferences in recent years seems to be elite quarterback play.Take the 3,000-yard passing mark as an example.
In the past two days, we have looked at the most likely 1,000-yard rushers and 1,000-yard receivers in the Big Ten for 2014. That leaves one major offensive statistical milestone to examine: 3,000-yard passers.
For those just joining in, we're each selecting one Big Ten game to attend each week during the 2014 season. We aren't tied down by a travel budget or nagging editors.