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Big Ten Football: Way-Too-Early 2014 Power Rankings for West Division
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With the offseason upon us, the Big Ten is going through a ton of changes. However, the only thing that's changing for most schools in the new West Division is just that—it's a new division. 

Unlike out East, the West division foes are all very familiar with each other and house two of the biggest rivalries in the Big Ten. 

So, while the East is seen as stronger, the West could be the more competitive side of the B1G in 2014. 

It also will house the best running backs in the conference, which means these two divisions could develop some very big contrasts in styles this upcoming season.

We started our way-too-early power rankings with a look at the East Division, so now it's on to the group that houses the other two big names in the conference—Nebraska and Wisconsin. 

The question is, will those two dominate the division or can Northwestern, Iowa or Minnesota become true contenders? 

Come on inside and find out who sits atop the West Division here in January. 

 

(all stats courtesy team sites)

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