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We're halfway home, with every Big Ten team playing at least six games. Not much changes this week in Dave Wannstedt's latest Big Ten Power Rankings.
Big Ten West co-leader Minnesota debuts in the latest AP poll, released Sunday afternoon. The undefeated Gophers come in at No. 20, following their convincing win vs. Nebraska.
Week 6 was a big week in the Big Ten, featuring a pair of top 25 matchups, and the results impacted Dave Wannstedt's latest Big Ten power rankings. See Coach's latest list inside.
The Big Ten office released its Week 6 superlative winners Monday morning, and the list includes three previous winners. Wisconsin RB Jonathan Taylor claims his third offensive honor of the season to highlight the honorees.
Ohio State moved up to T-No. 3 in the latest AP poll, released Sunday afternoon. The Buckeyes improved to 6-0 with their second emphatic win in as many weeks under the lights, this time vs. then-No. 25 Michigan State.
Penn State totaled 10 sacks in its win vs. Purdue, while Wisconsin (9, vs. Kent State) and Michigan (8, vs. Iowa) both flirted with double figures in Week 6.
Listen to each of the Big Ten men’s hockey coaches talk to reporters ahead of the start of the 2019-2020 Big Ten Men’s Hockey season. It's almost time for @B1GHockey. @BadgerMHockey coach @TonyGranato looks at what lies ahead for Wisconsin in the upcoming season. pic.twitter.com/eswSh3UJbU — Wisconsin On BTN (@WisconsinOnBTN) October 3, 2019 Get ready…
There's no change to the top 5 of Dave Wannstedt's post-Week 5 Big Ten Power Rankings. Ohio State, fresh off a resounding road win at Nebraska, continues to state its case atop the list, while Wisconsin, Iowa, Penn State and Michigan round out the top 5.