Big Ten Power Rankings After Week Six

Big Ten Power Rankings After Week Six

Big Ten Power Rankings After Week Six

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Big Ten Power Rankings After Week Six


Each week, we assess the body of work for all the Big Ten teams and update you with our Big Ten Power Rankings. Here’s where we are after six weeks of games.


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Big Ten play is in full swing, and believe it or not, we are halfway through the college football regular season. That means we have a pretty good idea of where each team stands, but there’s still time to make a move.

Here’s our Big Ten Power Rankings after week six. Get in on the action and let us know where you agree or disagree by contacting us on Twitter or Facebook.

14. Rutgers (14 last week)

It’s clear at this point after getting beat by the Illini at home that the Scarlet Knights just aren’t that good. There’s nowhere else we can put Chris Ash’s team, but on the bottom here.

13. Nebraska (13 last week)

It was a little big better performance this week from Nebraska, but the ‘Huskers are still winless on the season boys and girls. Who would have thought that? We still think Rutgers is worse, but maybe we’ll be proven wrong.

12. Illinois (12 last week)

The Illini got its first Big Ten win in almost two years by beating the Scarlet Knights, but we still think the bottom three are a cut below everyone else. But hey, there are positive signs in Champaign and that’s a start.

11. Minnesota (11 last week)

Just like last year, the Gophers seem to have hit a wall once Big Ten play started. We like P.J. Fleck, but is this really better than what Tracy Claeys could have done? Keep rowing that boat and maybe things will head out into open water.

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