The second week of Big Ten football conference play is in the books, and several of the teams that looked good in Week 1 threw up clunkers on Saturday. The Rose Bowl race remains completely murky thanks to Ohio State and Penn State having the only 2-0 conference records while being ineligible for postseason play.
Just like the first weekend when Iowa defeated Minnesota (both teams were off this weekend), there was a shocking blowout as Michigan defeated Purdue by 31 points in West Lafayette. Meanwhile, the remainder of the Legends Division had a rough day with Michigan State barely escaping against Indiana, Nebraska getting blown out in Columbus and Northwestern blowing a big fourth-quarter lead at Penn State.
So in view of these results, what can we take away from Week 6 of conference play? Let's take a look at the top 10 things we learned: