Big Ten Power Rankings Post Week Three

Big Ten Power Rankings Post Week Three

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Big Ten Power Rankings Post Week Three


Each week, the staff at Buckeye Wire submit their Big Ten Power Rakings from one to fourteen. We tally them up and give you a weekly snapshot of what we feel the pecking order is collectively. Here’s where things stand after week three — one that was not good for the Big Ten.


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Ohio State took care of business against TCU, but the rest of the Big Ten laid a Jim Delany sized egg in week three. There’s one more week before the conference games get going full scale, and we’ll know a lot more then.

In the meantime, we move on with our Big Ten Power Rankings after week three. Get in on the action and let us know where you agree or disagree by contacting us on Twitter or Facebook.

14. Illinois (14 last week)

The Illini were almost able to pull things off against a pretty good USF team, but Lovie Smith is still trying to teach this team how to win. It’s still going to be a very long season in Champaign we think.

13. Rutgers (13 last week)

Rutgers looked good in week one, but since then it’s been a barrel of laughs and mistakes. Keep going like this and the Scarlet Knight will easily take over the bottom spot from the Ilini.

12. Nebraska (12 last week)

Things just aren’t clicking yet in Lincoln and it’s going to take a monumental leap forward to get close to a bowl game this year. Onward and upward.

11. Purdue (11 last week)

Another week, another close loss. The Boilers are probably better than their record indicates, but with zero wins in three chances, Purdue sits near the bottom, and it’s looking like a step-back sophomore year for head coach Jeff Brohm.

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