Jerry Palm of CBSSports.com has his latest bowl projections out, with only the Big Ten title game left. Can’t imagine things will change much from here on out. Palm, a Purdue grad who played in the marching band, has 10 Big Ten teams in the postseason, with Michigan, Northwestern, Indiana and Purdue the only schools out. Palm has no Big Ten teams in the playoffs, but three are in “selection committee” bowls—up from one last week. Here is how Palm lines up the Big Ten. Cotton: Ohio State vs. Arizona Peach: Michigan State vs. TCU Fiesta: Wisconsin vs. Boise State
The latest Coaches Poll was released Sunday, and Ohio State and Michigan State both moved up one spot, to No. 6 and No. 7, respectively. The Buckeyes beat rival Michigan to clinch their third consecutive perfect Big Ten campaign; the Spartans cruised to a road win at Penn State to wrap up their second straight 10-win season. Wisconsin moved up three spots, to No. 11, following its comeback win over rival Minnesota to clinch the inaugural Big Ten West title, while the Gophers dropped to No. 25. Nebraska, fresh off its exciting overtime comeback win at Iowa, is back in
On Sunday, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer and Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen spoke with reporters about the upcoming Big Ten Football Championship on Saturday, December 6 in Indianapolis. You can listen here.
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Ohio State quarterback and possible Heisman Trophy finalist J.T. Barrett broke his right ankle on the first play of the fourth quarter in Saturday's 42-28 victory over rival Michigan.
Ohio State redshirt freshman quarterback J.T. Barrett will miss the rest of the season after suffering a right ankle fracture in Saturday’s 42-28 rivalry win vs. Michigan. He will undergo surgery Sunday at the Ohio State University Medical Center. The injury occurred on the first play of the fourth quarter, with Ohio State leading 28-21. Barrett was tackled by a trio of Wolverines, and his body bent in an awkward position. The training staff put an air cast on Barrett’s leg and he was taken off the field on a cart. Read the official release about Barrett’s status below. Ohio