Big Ten football last Saturday was all about who was going to win the East. We’re pretty confident who that will be now. But what about the West? Two huge games will sort that out for us — and one is a total surprise. Click onward and let’s get to it.
I don’t know if you noticed, but the Big Ten lost a few important non-conference games last week. In this week’s Big Ten football picks I’ll be looking at each team, evaluating what’s working and what clearly isn’t. Well, as clearly as anything can be evaluated after just two weeks. To the games!
The 2014 Big Ten football season is finally here, and like everyone else, I too am ready to pretend I actually know a thing or two about Rutgers and Maryland football now. There is room in my brain since I have already forgotten which teams were in the Leaders division and which were in the Legends. I may never forget that’s what the two divisions were called.
Just to get it out of the way, Bo Pelini is a solid football coach, and an even better human being. But that doesn’t mean he has a secure place as Nebraska’s head football coach.
Two of the biggest powers in the Big Ten will feature new coaches this season and the other two schools will look for their new coaches to revive their football programs. Here is how the four new coaches in the Big Ten arrived at their new coaching jobs.