You have to love Indiana’s Ben Chappell’s attitude: “I would throw for 1-for-2 for zero yards if we could get a win.”
Iowa solidified its dominance over Penn State with a third consecutive win over the Nittany Lions.
I am sure most of you have heard by now—Michigan’s Denard Robinson became the first player to rush and pass for over 200 yards in a game TWICE in a career. Robinson also holds the top three individual, single-game total yard performances in Wolverine history. Maybe this Heisman talk is real.
Even without its head coach, Michigan State still beat a Top 15 team at home.
Minnesota and head coach Tim Brewster feel the Golden Gophers could be 5-0 right now.
How about a 45-yard touchdown for your first career catch? Northwestern’s Tony Jones did just that.
Penn State might want to invest in a few loose ends, because two Nittany Lion tight ends have suffered year-ending injuries thus far on the young season.
What is the primary reason for Wisconsin’s loss to Michigan State? Could it be the Badgers’ non-conference schedule?
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