Iowa @ Iowa State- Iowa sucks and will lose
Akron @ Michigan- Big 10 win
Youngstown St @ Michigan State- MSU's QB Maxwell is below average, Walrus Ball plays, and despite this, it's a Big 10 win
Western Illinois @ Minnesota- Big 10 win
UCLA @ Nebraska- UCLA looked more athletic/physical last year. How much difference does a year make and the game being in Lincoln? UCLA will expose 'Braska's defense again.
Western Michigan @ Northwestern- Big 10 win
Washington @ Illinois- not ready to buy into Illinois, Huskies manage the West to East road trip.
Bowling Green @ Indiana- BGSU is a solid MAC team, Indian (despite loss to Navy) is solid (by Indiana standards), Big 10 win
Ohio State @ Cal- Big 10 win, but OSU wins by less than 10
Central Florida @ Penn State- George O'Leary isn't impressed by PSU's crowd, as he watches another Big 10 win
Notre Dame @ Purdue- Notre Dame wins by more than 2 TD's
Wisconsin @ Arizona State- Wisky generally forgets to take it's offense to the Pacific Time Zone games, will the new coaching staff change this? ASU generally under achieves, Big 10 win.
My thoughts Big 10 goes 8-4