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Dienhart: 10 things that need to improve in Week 2

If you have heard it once, you have heard it 382 times: Teams typically make their most improvement from Week 1 to Week 2. Having typed that, here 10 things that I will be watching this week.

Polls: It’s time to pick your Week 2 Big Ten football winners

Every week during the 2017 football season, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart makes his Big Ten game predictions. We also provide polls for Big Ten fans to select their winners, and to compete all season long with Dienhart.

Week 2 primer: Oklahoma-Ohio State rematch highlights slate

This shapes up as a terrific Saturday dotted with myriad big game. All eyes are on Oklahoma’s visit to Ohio State, which won in Norman last year. How will OU do with 33-year-old Lincoln Riley having taken over for Bob Stoops? This could be a preview of a playoff game.

Week 1 Big Ten honors: J.T. Barrett paces weekly honorees

The Big Ten Conference released its Week 1 award winners Monday morning, and Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett claimed his seventh career offensive laurel to pace the honorees. See all the winners, plus watch select video highlights, below. Co-Offensive Players of the Week: J.T. Barrett, Ohio State, Sr., QB Accounted for four touchdowns and 365 yards of total offense in a victory at Indiana Threw for 304 yards and three touchdowns, while rushing for 61 yards and another score Now responsible for 104 career touchdowns (rushing and passing), two shy of the Big Ten record held by Purdue’s Drew Brees