Beyond: We're on at 6 p.m. ET tonight

At 6 p.m. ET Wednesday, Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo, Chris Martin and Teddy Greenstein bring you Big Ten Football & Beyond. On tonight’s show, our crew debates whether Michigan State, which wrapped up the Legends Division last week, should have a different approach for this weekend’s game. The guys also will answer which game they’d watch if both were on at same time they couldn’t flip channels: Ohio State-Michigan or Penn State-Wisconsin. See what else we’ll be talking about in this post.

  • Who should play for the National Title?  Who do you want to see play for the National Title?
  • Greenstein gives his Big Ten Bowl Projections and what scenario’s/results could have impact on Saturday?
  • Should teams be playing on Thanksgiving Thursday, Black Friday, and Saturday?
  • Heisman Race: Should Case Keenum be discounted due to level of comp? Who are Greenstein’s and DiNardo’s current Top 5?  Who would be Martin’s top 5?

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Your Opinion?
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Paul Brunswick on 10/23/2013 @ 12:39pm EDT Said:

I wish Teddy Greenstein would stop bashing Ohio State’ non-conference schedule. Sure it was a weak schedule but no worse that Oregon’s Nichols State, Virginia, Tennessee, and Colorado. Cal has fallen on hard times but they were one of Oregon’s “regular season patsies” Washington is the only good team Oregon has played and Arizona State wiped them out last week. Alabama has also had its share of non-conference patsies: Colorado St., Georgia St., and Chatanooga in November.

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