Publish Date: 11/04/2021
Fact checked by: Mike Goodpaster
Last week’s action proved to be telling. How good is Iowa really? We found out when
Wisconsin handled them. Michigan-Michigan State… how good are those two? We somewhat found out when the Spartans rode they’re running back to five scores in a comeback win. Both teams are good, but is either truly great? And Ohio State flexed its muscles when it needed to against a gritty Penn State team. Are the Buckeyes a legit title threat though?
Kevin and Troy discuss all of that, go over their Lock of the Week from Week 9 and look ahead to every B1G teams’ matchup for Week 10. And, finally, the College Football Playoff Rankings are coming! Rankings that finally matter! There’s plenty to discuss now that it’s getting to crunch time in the world of college football.
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