The Big Ten season is rounding into the home stretch, with both division races remaining wide open
Only three games remain in the college football regular season, and Penn State Football can make some headlines this week, against Michigan, as the Big Ten race takes shape.
Despite being three quarters through the year, there still isn’t much clarity as to who will represent both divisions in the conference championship game.
Wisconsin continued its surge, while Purdue played spoiler once again and Penn State Football finally got back in the win column.
Here are the latest Big Ten power rankings, ahead of Saturday’s games:
Hoosiers 2-7 (0-6)
Did anyone have Indiana starting 0-6 in conference play on their bingo card?
The Hoosiers were rocked again this past Saturday, as Michigan made quick work of them 29-7. They managed just 195 yards of total offense and third-string quarterback turned starter, Donaven McCulley struggled to go 10-of-24 for 88 yards.
The defense has kept them in games, but when the offense can’t score more than 15 points in four of the last five games, it’s not going to matter much.
Injuries have sunk this team in 2021, but it’s clear there’s still a lot of work to be done with the program and last season was not a sign of things to come.