After the Big Ten announced it was going conference-only this fall, the conference edited the schedule just a bit. Here are the top five Big Ten games in the conference’s new schedule release:
5.Penn State at. Michigan (September 19)
Penn State goes into the Big House early in conference play. This game should be all Nittany Lions with all of the talent Michigan loses, but we’ll just have to wait and see.
4.Wisconsin at. Iowa (November 14)
If Wisconsin had this as a home game, I would easily give it to them. But playing the Iowa Hawkeyes at Kinnick Stadium is a different job.
3.Minnesota at. Wisconsin (September 26)
Like the Michigan-Ohio State game, this one was moved from Thanksgiving weekend. With star Minnesota receiver Rashod Bateman forgoing this season due to COVID-19, I expect this game to be all Wisconsin.
2.Michigan at. Ohio State (October 24)
Despite this game being moved from the Saturday after Thanksgiving to October 24, there is no love lost between these two. Should be a fun one.
1.Ohio State at. Penn State (November 7)
This game will determine who will likely will represent the Big Ten in the College Football Playoff. These are the two most talented teams in the Big Ten and I can’t wait to see this game.