Big Ten Football 2011: How Have Our Latest Power Rankings Changed After Ohio State's Latest Scandal?
Football in the Big Ten conference in 2010 was unlike any other season we've encountered.
A three-way between Wisconsin, Michigan State and Ohio State marked the first time the Big Ten conference shared a three-way tie heading into bowl season, and with the inauguration of the newly-shaped divisions within, we aren't likely to see that happen again.
Moreover, Ohio State's confounding array of suspensions and injustices have left the Big Ten conference as wide open as it's ever been heading into 2011.
Which teams' stocks are on the rise? Will the Buckeyes make it through the first five weeks of action? Does Wisconsin have another Rose Bowl appearance in store?
These, and many other questions, will be answered in our much-too-early Big Ten power rankings as spring football heats up.
Let's get started!