I'm starting to think some people are building up the B1G just to see it fail. I think the B1G is pretty bad from top to bottom and I don't care. It doesn't matter either, won't affect OSU and I don't root for University of B1G or SEC. There are two good teams (OSU and MSU) and four teams that are trying to become good again or stay competitive (UM, PSU, NEB, WI). The rest of the conference is just bad. Don't understand why people think the B1G is back when Iowa sucks, brought in 1 mediocre team and 1 bad team, Purdue and Illinois have moved backward, and I personally do not like the hires of Riley and Chryst. This is has become a basketball conference and I don't see it changing.
I just thought of these guys when reading the title.
Football-wise: yes. Media-wise: no. Whether or not his takes are any good, he has a lot of hot takes. Refreshing in this era of constant coach speak.
Wait you know the starting QB? Tell us please.
I'm not sleeping on Oklahoma. Think TCU is the team to beat in B12 but everyone is underestimating them in a league with basically only 2 good teams.
Also, not buying USC until their coach wins something.
My 4: OSU, Auburn, FSU, TCU
I don't think it is likely but I think it is possible. They won't put Oregon in over MSU if MSU beat them head to head, especially with two losses to one loss. That handles the Pac-12 if a two loss Oregon is Champion. ACC champ could easily lose three games or at least two. I like MSU with only 1 loss to undefeated unanimous #1 OSU in a close game and win over maybe #5 or #6 Oregon possibly a blowout. I don't think all of these things are likely, but if it happens I think MSU has a case. I think the head to head is what makes this unique.