Week 6 features four games our experts couldn't agree on, including the battle between No. 13 Northwestern at No. 18 Michigan.
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Only one player is at the same spot as last week. Everyone else moved up or moved down.
Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer
Indiana coach Kevin Wilson said QB Nate Sudfeld and RB Jordan Howard were dressed at practice but limited as they deal with injuries that kept them out in the second half last week. "We'll see how the week progresses," Wilson said. "They've played enough, we don't have to over practice them."
The league of Legends and Leaders is deeper, chicer, and more interesting than ever before -- or at least since Woody and Bo were patrolling the sidelines. Look no further than the latest AP poll, which contains five Big Ten teams, including two in the top five. Herewith, I present 14 explanations for this phenomenon, because we all know that 14 is the new 10.
The top two scoring defenses in the country (Northwestern and Michigan) meet on Saturday, but there should be plenty of points elsewhere in the league.
Indiana, Maryland, Penn State and Wisconsin all had key recruits on hand this past Saturday.
Iowa and Northwestern both improved to 5-0 with impressive wins over Wisconsin and Minnesota, respectively, on Saturday.
It only took one full weekend of league games to shake up the Big Ten Power Rankings.
ICYMI: Ezekiel Elliott's insane second half
The Ohio State RB had three touchdowns in the second half of Ohio State's 34-27 win over Indiana, including a 55-yard run, a 65-yard run and this electrifying 75-yard run.
Ohio State's defense held up, as Indiana's last-ditch attempt to tie the game failed and the Buckeyes held on to win 34-27.
Ezekiel Elliott scored on touchdown runs of 55, 65 and 75 yards in the second half, and No. 1 Ohio State came up with a final goal line stand to escape with a 34-27 win over Indiana on Saturday.
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Indiana driving vs. No. 1 Ohio State
The Hoosiers have the ball inside the 10-yard line and trail the Buckeyes 34-27 with 23 seconds left. Watch on ABC & WatchESPN
Indiana cuts back into Ohio State's lead
Zander Diamont broke off a 79-yard TD rush to pull Indiana within one score, 34-27, in the fourth quarter. Live on ABC/ESPN2.
Ohio State coughs up the ball
Ohio State WR Jalin Marshall caught this pass from Cardale Jones, but fumbled along the sideline, giving the ball back to Indiana. The Hoosiers trail by 10 in the fourth quarter on ABC/ESPN2.
Buckeyes add to lead through the air
Michael Thomas extended Ohio State's lead to 27-17 on this wide open grab of a Cardale Jones pass, but then picked up a 15-yard penalty for a throat slash gesture.
Ezekiel Elliott parts the Indiana defense
The Ohio State running back needed an inch on 4th down. He got 65 yards, showing exactly what "breakaway speed" means to put the Buckeyes back on top.
IU takes lead on Devine run
Devine Redding scored for the second time today, giving Indiana a 17-13 lead over No. 1 Ohio State late in the third quarter on ABC/ESPN2.
Buckeyes struggling vs. Hoosiers
Ohio State is still struggling to get going vs. Indiana. After a failed attempt on 3rd down, QB Cardale Jones gets into it with Curtis Samuel for a miscommunication. The Buckeyes lead 13-10 midway through the 3rd quarter.
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