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Week 3 offers some intriguing matchups—and it also has the first Big Ten game of the year with Rutgers at Penn State opening conference play for the second consecutive season.
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Big Ten fans were treated to several outstanding performances in Week 2, and now, with Week 3 ahead, it’s time for BTN senior writer Tom Dienhart and web editor Sean Merriman to release their updated Big Ten Player Rankings.
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You have questions, and I have answers. You know what that means … it’s time for me to reach into my mailbag and answer your latest Big Ten queries. Let’s begin.
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The first leaf hasn’t fallen off a tree yet, but it’s never too early for some playoff speculation. More specifically: Can the Big Ten get two teams—Ohio State and Michigan State–into the four-team playoff?
Sure. It could happen. Myriad possibilities still loom for a lot of schools and leagues.
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In the new college football playoff era, conference perception is more important than ever before. As everyone knows, there’s just four spots in a sport that fields five power conferences, not including independent Notre Dame or an undefeated non-BCS team.
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Time to check in on the playoff and bowl projections of Jerry Palm of CBSSports.com. Not too much changed from last week (see that list), as nine Big Ten teams are penciled into the postseason.