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Ohio State at Wisconsin

Three Big Ten teams land in top 5 of USAToday.com's best student sections

Last week, USAToday.com ranked college football’s best entrances, a list in which just one Big Ten team made the cut. Monday, the site considered the top 10 best student sections. To the surprise of no one reading this, the Big Ten fared much better on this latest countdown. Wisconsin led the Big Ten at No. 2, behind only Texas A&M, while Penn State (3) and Ohio State (5) both landed in the top 5. LSU, for what it’s worth, was the only other non-Big Ten student section in the top 5. Here’s what USAToday.com said about the Big Ten student

Ohio State at Penn State

Big Ten Mailbag: Is Ohio State a championship-caliber team?

You have questions, and I have answers in this week’s Big Ten Mailbag. This race in the Big Ten West has many of you on your seat. Why not? It’s gonna be a wild race to the finish.

Wisconsin at Rutgers

Wisconsin Badgers rejoin latest Coaches Poll, at No. 24

The Coaches Poll doesn’t mean anything now that the College Football Playoff Poll is released every Tuesday, but it can’t hurt to get respect from several outlets, right? Four Big Ten teams are ranked in the latest Coaches Poll, released Sunday, and Wisconsin, fresh off its 37-0 blowout at Rutgers, is back in the poll at No. 24. Reigning Big Ten and Rose Bowl champ Michigan State continues to pace the Big Ten in the poll, although it dropped one spot, to No. 6 on its bye week. Ohio State and Nebraska both moved up two spots, to No. 11