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1:00 PMNorthwestern at MarylandWatch

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Best of Week 1: Grades, individual honors, stock watch & numbers

One week is in the books. And it was a successful one for the Big Ten, which was handed just two non-conference defeats (Rutgers vs. No. 8 Washington & Purdue vs. No. 16 Louisville) and had two big wins by Michigan and Maryland. Here is a look at the Best of Week 1.

Week 1 Big Ten football game predictions revisited

Week 1 came and went with one upset, as Maryland toppled No. 23 Texas, 51-41, in Austin, Texas. See how BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart and Big Ten fans fared on their Week 1 game predictions below.

Dienhart: Dominating defense leads Michigan to big win

In the end, all the secretiveness about the Michigan roster and who would be the quarterback didn’t matter. The Wolverines were supposed to take care of suspended-laden Florida. And, they did--with ease. Jim Harbaugh probably could have given the Gators his playbook and it wouldn't have mattered.

No. 11 Michigan dominates No. 17 Florida, 33-17, in Texas

Quinn Nordin became the first Michigan kicker to make two 50-yard field goals in the same game, one of them in a quick go-ahead spurt after halftime, and the 11th-ranked Wolverines won 33-17 Saturday to hand 17th-ranked Florida its first season-opening loss in nearly three decades.

Dienhart: DJ Durkin, Maryland make Texas toast

Maryland coach DJ Durkin couldn’t help but crack a smile. You would grin, too, if you were a second-year coach of one of the nation’s fastest-rising programs who just made toast of Texas.