I'm thinking of one Big Ten School in particular:
-They choke every time the step onto the National Championship stage
-Their QB has yet to prove himself as a pocket passer that has any type of efficiency
-They have arguably the toughest road through the Big Ten conference this year
Who am I talking about?
Well, none other than the same-old-same-old Ohio State Buckeyes. You know; the team that never lives up to what we all expect them to? Well, if you're looking for anything different out of them this year, you might have to reconsider who really is poised to win the "Black-and-Blue" conference this year.
Of course i am talking about the Wisconsin Badgers. Wait, what? Wisconsin? Not a chance, right? Well yes, of course there is a chance; a chance for the Badgers who:
1.) Have a perennial Heisman contender in John Clay (1510 yds, 18 TD, 5.3 yd average in 2009).
2.) Posses possibly the best one-two punch in the country in John Clay and Montee Ball.
3.) Contain, yet again, the biggest offensive line in the business.
4.) Retain Scott Tolzien -- the most consistent and proven passer in the Big Ten.
Along with all of these convincing statements, their has to be an explaination regarding all of this -- I am here to do just that.
Why is Wisconsin the class of the Big Ten?