Best, Worst-Case Scenarios for Every Big Ten Team

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Best, Worst-Case Scenarios for Every Big Ten Team
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The Big Ten has been widely viewed as a "down and out" conference for the past several seasons. With the College Football Playoff taking the place of the BCS after this season, 2013 will be the Big Ten's last opportunity to win some much-needed street cred before an as yet undisclosed selection committee process takes the place of the current "win and you're in" BCS system.

We all know what the conference has to do: win early-season nonconference matchups and postseason bowl games. But what about each individual program?

Where does each team stand, and what's the best fans can hope for in 2013? What about the other side of the coin—what's the worst we can expect?

We'll help you out with an early guide to the best- and worst-case scenarios for every team in the Big Ten heading into 2013.

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