Big Ten Needs A 5-Hour Energy This Afternoon

Wake up, Legends and Leaders, there's football going on. The Big Ten has had a rough go of it through the first three weeks of the season, with GameDay even taking shots at the conference by saying Minnesota and Northwestern were the 'class of the Big Ten,' and Week 4 isn't doing our smashmouth midwestern almost alcoholics any favors.

Here are some things that are going on:

  • Wisconsin lost Montee Ball for the rest of the Badgers' game against UTEP to a head injury.
  • Central Michigan is leading 20-14 over Iowa, and Chippewas' quarterback Ryan Radcliff is 13-15 so far.
  • Ohio State has its hands full with UAB, with the Blazers blocking a Buckeyes' punt for a touchdown. tOSU is leading now, 21-12, as it certainly doesn't hurt when a team like UAB puts just 10 men on the field, like this:

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Hey, there's still plenty of time for the Big Ten to turn it around today. If you can dream it, you can believe it. If you believe it, you can achieve it.

(h/t @bubbaprog)

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