Fourth week preview of the big ten

Apparently, the league started last night. Illinois hosted Chattanooga in an FCS game and won easily. The defense only gave up 142 offense and seven first defeats as Eleni easily won 31-0 in Champaign. Everyone plays Saturday, which is the last major weekend outside of conventions in the league.

Also, we were saved from having to watch Nebraska this week.

Maryland (3-0, 0-0) at #4 Michigan (3-0, 0-0) Noon, Fox

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It is the first major test for both teams. Maryland 3-0 against a mostly weak roster (although SMU was a challenge). Michigan is primarily played by Sisters of the Poor and Blind, winning the first three games on a score of 166-17. Maryland will be more difficult, especially because Taulia Tagovailoa is so good, but I expect Michigan to fall back. Michigan 45, Maryland 24

Central Michigan (1-2) at #14 Penn State (3-0) N, BTN

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It turns out that Pennsylvania is really good. Does this mean that Bordeaux, and by extension Syracuse, is good? The Nittany Lions has been sailing since his win at West Lafayette. I wouldn’t expect them to be pushed too hard by a midfield Michigan team that lost to South Alabama, but Chips put together some points against Oklahoma State. Penn State 38, Central Michigan 14

Minnesota (3-0, 0-0) at Michigan State (2-1, 0-0) 3:30 p.m., BTN

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This game is very good and a must watch if you are a fan of Bordeaux. Minnesota is my choice to win the West unless we can pull off a surprise in Minneapolis. This match is pretty much a must at the moment if we want to win the score, and the Gophers looked very good. They outperformed competitors 149-17, and Michigan State looked like poo last week in Washington. Minnesota 31, Michigan State 21

Indiana (3-0) at Cincinnati (2-1) 3:30 p.m., ESPN2

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Indiana could easily be 0-3, because they’ve been horrible in the first half of games so far, but they sit 3-0 halfway to qualifying. Win that game and they’ll likely do a bowl game, which is a huge turnaround after last year’s disaster. Sensei lost in Arkansas, but she looked pretty good otherwise. Cincinnati 27, Indiana 20

Iowa (2-1) at Rutgers (3-0) 7 p.m., Fox Sports 1

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In fact, Iowa had an offensive pulse last week. Sure, the team was lacking in defense against the Nevada team, but the Hawkeyes got the “points.” Like Indiana, Rutgers is looking to win this win as an underdog so he can consider pot eligibility. In a way, the Hawkeyes are an 8-point favorite, but can they even score an 8-point score against a Power 5 team? Iowa 6, Rutgers 3

Wisconsin (2-1, 0-0) in third, Ohio (3-0, 0-0) 7:30 p.m., ABC

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If Purdue is going to win the West, she will need to win in Minnesota and have a two conference loss on the Wisconsin ledger. This is a good week so the Badgers struggled against Washington State in a loss and now they are tasked with winning on the road at one of the best teams in the country to date. Ohio 38, Wisconsin 21

Miami (Ohio) (1-2) at Northwestern (1-2) 730 pm, BTN

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If MAC is going to have his annual Big Ten he is in this game, because Northwestern is baaaaaaaaaad. Miami 20, northwest 17

Bordeaux has a great passing game. Florida Atlantic has poor defensive passes. The Owls have an offense that can do a few things and an experienced centre-back, which is usually the first element of the disturbance, but I think the Bordeaux pass is doing very well at the moment. This game is close for half before the boilers withdraw. Bordeaux 45, Florida Atlantic 21