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We preview the weekend's biggest Big Ten battle. Who is worth watching? Can the Nittany Lions pull off the win? Plus, can Oklahoma State keep rolling?
- Penn State RB Cain out for season with leg injury
- Indiana finds way to win in wild finish vs. PSU
- Penn State RB Brown could miss 2020 season
- LB Parsons won't opt back in for Nittany Lions
The CFB Pod: Heather Dinich on the canceling of Wisconsin-Nebraska. Plus, Pollack and Negandhi give their Week 9 picks
The podcast kicks off with the breaking news of Wisconsin-Nebraska being canceled because of an outbreak amongst the Badgers. Heather Dinich hops on the pod with Negandhi to talk about the cancelation and if Oklahoma State has the makings of a championship team. Then, Pollack and Negandhi discuss Pollack staying up late to watch Rutgers tape, not being overly impressed with Ohio State, what they’re watching for in Oklahoma State-Texas, Trevor Lawrence leaving the door open to stay for another season and their Week 9 picks (9:35).
Jay Paterno, Penn State Trustee and Author joins the show to talk about what he thinks has been working and what hasn't been working in the Big 10 and how this year's Ohio State/Penn State matchup will be different. Callers weigh in.
The Nittany Lions likely saw their title dreams disappear against Indiana, but a spot in the Bottom 10 is a nice consolation prize, no?
Noah Cain became the second running back Penn State has lost for the season, joining Journey Brown.
The CFB Pod: The guys look back at the first week of Big Ten action, and talk Oklahoma State and Alabama
Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing the return of the Big Ten, Michigan’s strong start, Indiana’s big overtime win over Penn State, Ohio State’s questions at running back, Oklahoma State’s defense and what changes for Alabama with the loss of Jaylen Waddle.
Big Ten overreactions: Michigan's a title contender, Penn State's overrated, Rutgers is decent and more
With the Big Ten's first week in the books, let's look at what questions were answered and what we should, and shouldn't, overreact to from every opening game.
Seth Walder ESPN Analytics
An early look at the stakes for next weekend's Ohio State-Penn State game.
Seth Walder ESPN Analytics
Ohio State has regained the No. 1 spot in FPI's rankings following its 52-17 win over Nebraska in its season opener. FPI is a predictive measure of team quality, which is why a team like Penn State is at No. 6 despite a loss yesterday. Michigan sits just outside the top 10 at No. 11.
The Big Ten returned and it did not disappoint, with some incredible performances and epic finishes. What does it mean for the AP Top 25? Let's break down what's next for each ranked team.
The big three -- Clemson, Alabama and Ohio State -- all rolled to wins Saturday. Hopeful interloper Penn State fell short. How did this shake things up come bowl time? Here are our latest projections.
Peter Burns talks about how the PSU loss is on James Franklin.
The Big Ten, led by No. 1 team Ohio State, has finally taken the field. What did a wild first weekend mean for the SP+ rankings?
Matt Schick and Myron Medcalf look at the mistakes Penn St. made down the stretch to lose to Indiana.
The Big Ten returns! Ohio State enters the fray and immediately earns its top-three spot. Notre Dame hops Georgia for the fourth spot, and Michigan climbs into the top 10 with a big win. Indiana steals the show in Week 8's Power Rankings, however.
Indiana scored its first win over a top-10 opponent in 33 years with a wild sequence that began with letting Penn State score and ended with a controversial 2-point conversion in overtime.