Michigan and Penn State scored big Week 2 wins, throttling Western Michigan and Pitt. Two other Big Ten heavyweights, Ohio State and Wisconsin, also delivered knockouts.
But while you were sleeping, Michigan State lost a shocker at Arizona State, which is drinking Herm Edwards Kool-Aid and flourishing. And earlier in the day, Northwestern and Purdue also stumbled.
In other words, it was another tumultuous weekend of Big Ten football.
Here are five things we learned:
1, Ohio State and Wisconsin are 1 and 1a.
Yeah, they haven’t played anybody yet. But No. 4 Ohio State and No. 6 Wisconsin—which dropped a slot in the AP poll, behind Oklahoma—have taken care of their business in impressive fashion. The Buckeyes have throttled Oregon State and Rutgers by a 129-34 margin. The Badgers have cruised past Western Kentucky and New Mexico 79-17. The rest of this article is available to subscribers only – to become a subscriber click here.