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Topic: B1G Power Rankings, Week 11

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medinabuckeye1

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B1G Power Rankings, Week 11
« on: November 08, 2019, 04:17:07 PM »
Link to last week's rankings
Link to last week's rankings

Votes through The Loon, 16 voters:

Drop the high and low:

Note above that we have some differences between the two tables.  PSU is second and Minnesota third in the raw totals but that flips after eliminating the high and low votes mostly because Minnesota's low vote is 8th where PSU's is only 4th.  Similarly, Northwestern and Maryland are tied for 12/13 in the raw totals but Northwestern pulls slightly ahead once the high and low votes are eliminated mostly because Maryland's high vote is for 10th while Northwestern's is only 12th.  

Graph of rankings so far this year:

Vote distribution:

Change from the preseason, aka the COTY prediction chart:

Schedule/performance chart:











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Re: B1G Power Rankings, Week 11
« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2019, 09:21:13 PM »
1) Ohio State
2) Penn State
3) Wisconsin
4) Michigan

5) Minnesota (+1)
6) Iowa (-1)

7) Indiana (+1)
8) Illinois (+2)
9) Michigan State (-2)
10) Maryland (-1) 

11) Purdue 
12) Nebraska
13) Northwestern
14) Rutgers


Yah I saw the Gophers upset PSU, I think it was an upset. If they play again in Indy; I, and I bet Vegas would have PSU favored again. 

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Re: B1G Power Rankings, Week 11
« Reply #2 on: November 09, 2019, 09:50:46 PM »
1. Ohio State - As always.
2. Minnesota - Proved they deserve this ranking now.
3. Penn State - They're still better than everyone else.
4. Michigan - Looking forward to next weekend.
5. Wisconsin - Not a great sign for their defense with Iowa having some success against them.
6. Iowa - Their best showing yet against a good team but still a loss.
7. Illinois - Great comeback win for them.
8. Michigan State - Only this high because they beat the Hoosiers.
9. Indiana - Still not sold because they have no top wins and the Sparty loss looks worse by the week.
10. Purdue - They have beaten the teams below them if nothing else.
11. Nebraska - Can they beat the Badgers or Hawkeyes and take care of the Terps to get to 6 wins???
12. Northwestern - At least they're keeping some of their games close.
13. Maryland - Just not even competitive against anyone above them.
14. Rutgers - Obviously.
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Re: B1G Power Rankings, Week 11
« Reply #3 on: November 09, 2019, 10:29:59 PM »
1 Buckeyes


2 Golden Gophers


3 Nittany Lions


4 Badgers

5 Wolverines 

6 Hawkeyes


7 Fighting Illini


8 Spartans


9 Hoosiers


10 Boiler Makers


11 Corn Huskers


12 Terrapins


13 Wildcats

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Re: B1G Power Rankings, Week 11
« Reply #4 on: November 10, 2019, 12:25:26 AM »
1. Ohio State
2. Minnesota
3. Penn State
4. Wisconsin
5. Michigan
6. Iowa
7. Indiana
8. Illinois
9. Michigan State
10. Purdue
11. Nebraska
12. Maryland
13. Northwestern
14. Rutgers


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Re: B1G Power Rankings, Week 11
« Reply #5 on: November 10, 2019, 02:05:02 AM »
1. Minnesota
2. Penn State
3. Ohio State

4. Wisconsin
5. Michigan
6. Iowa
7. Indiana

8. Illinois
9. Michigan State

10. Purdue
11. Nebraska
12. Northwestern
13. Maryland
14. Rutgers
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Re: B1G Power Rankings, Week 11
« Reply #6 on: November 10, 2019, 02:50:23 AM »
1. OSU

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2. Minn
3.  Wisc
4.  PSU
5.. Mich
6.  Iowa
7.  Indy
8.  ILL
9.  MSU
10.  Pur
11.  Neb
12.  NW
13.  MD
14.  Rut

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Re: B1G Power Rankings, Week 11
« Reply #7 on: November 10, 2019, 06:57:49 AM »
1. Ohio State: The Chase Young Heisman dream may be dead, but the team is still good.  The spread against Rutgers should be interesting to see.

2. Minnesota: Pretty impressive effort against Penn State.  PSU has a good defense and the Gophers just torched them.  Did not expect that.  They have a big offensive line and a good running game, and their QB just went 18/20 for 339 against a top ten defense.  They head to Kinnick next in a huge game - win there and @NW and they win the West.  Otherwise they have to beat Wiscy.

3. Penn State: Went on the road against a good team and lost.  No shame in that, though they will be kicking themselves at all the missed opportunities.  Their defense didn't get the job done, but the offense looked strong and consistent, which had been a real problem.  They need to get their secondary sorted out because Indiana loves to throw.

4. Wisconsin: Didn't get to see their game because I was watching LSU, but the box score says they looked pretty strong despite a close final score.  Nearly 500 yards, including 300 yards rushing, and held Iowa to less than 300 yards.  They need to root like hell for Iowa against the Gophers so they can get back in the division race.

5. Michigan: Got a rest week before they welcome in Sparty for the annual WTF game.

6. Iowa: Made it interesting at the end, but still outplayed significantly.  Can they hold down the Gophers?

7. Indiana: It's Peyton Ramsey's show now, and they visit Penn State to try and spring a big win.

8. Illinois: I mean, yes?  They went on the road and somehow won against Sparty despite looking incompetent for much of the game.  Even their last play looked incompetent as they ran like 20 seconds off the clock yet they scored and Lovie is life.

9. Michigan State: Man, they roll up over 500 yards and still lose.  Brutal.  Now they head to Michigan, where they definitely won't have over 500 yards.

10. Purdue: Allowed NW to score points, which is bad, but they won, which is good.

11. Nebraska: Still waiting on signs this is going somewhere.

12. Northwestern: Scored touchdowns! But lost.

13. Maryland: Awful

14. Rutgers: Give us Schiano.

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Re: B1G Power Rankings, Week 11
« Reply #8 on: November 10, 2019, 07:46:02 AM »
1. Ohio State
2. Minnesota - I'm sold. PJ Barnum has the kids playing to win.
3. Penn State
4. Wisconsin
5. Michigan
6. Iowa
7. Illinois - Yep. Lovie has them pointed in the right direction
8. Indiana
9. Michigan State
10. Purdue
11. Nebraska
12. Northwestern
13. Maryland
14. 
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Re: B1G Power Rankings, Week 11
« Reply #9 on: November 10, 2019, 08:04:04 AM »
I'm trying to figure out what to do with Wisconsin/Michigan/Penn State/Iowa. They all look very close to me. 

Wisconsin has the best win but also the worst loss.

Penn State has a road win within the group so that is good.

Michigan looked terrible in Madison and lost at Penn State but they appear to be improved. 

Iowa lacks a quality win and is 0-3 against the group but all three losses were one score and two were on the road.

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Re: B1G Power Rankings, Week 11
« Reply #10 on: November 10, 2019, 08:30:26 AM »

Iowa lacks a quality win and is 0-3 against the group but all three losses were one score and two were on the road.
Home/Road hasn't mattered much, historically in the Badger/Hawkeye series.

Record of Wisconsin (vs Iowa), 1869-2018

Site First Meeting Last Meeting GamesWin % WinsLossesTies Average Score
Any 18942018920.5224743217.9916.86
Home 18942017470.5852719120.4315.06
Away 19072018450.4562024115.4418.73
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Re: B1G Power Rankings, Week 11
« Reply #11 on: November 10, 2019, 10:03:34 AM »
1. Ohio State
2. Minnesota
3. Penn State
4. Wisconsin
5. Michigan 
6. Indiana
7. Iowa
8. Illinois
9. Michigan State
10. Purdue
11. Nebraska
12. Northwestern
13. Maryland
14. Rutgers
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Re: B1G Power Rankings, Week 11
« Reply #12 on: November 10, 2019, 07:46:25 PM »
1) Ohio State (1)
2) Wisconsin (2)
3) Penn State (3)
4) Michigan (4)
5) Minnesota (5)
6) Iowa (6)
7) Indiana (8)
8) Illinois (9)
9) Michigan State (7)
10) Purdue (10)
11) Nebraska (11)
12) Maryland (12)
13) Northwestern (13)
14) Rutgers (14)



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Re: B1G Power Rankings, Week 11
« Reply #13 on: November 11, 2019, 08:16:25 AM »
1. Ohio State - Nothing has changed, still looking like the best team in the conf.
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2. Minnesota - Very impressed with the win. Not sure they are in the same league with the Bucks, but right now they look like the best of the next group.
3. Penn State - I would be interested to see how they would do if this game were played in a neutral site. I think the PSU and Minn are about equal at this point.
4. Wisconsin - Good win over a strong Iowa team. Will get a chance to move up in a couple of weeks.
5. Michigan - Bye week.
6. Indiana - Bye week.
7. Iowa - Showed some offense against one of the countries better defenses. Still looking for their first quality win. Will get their chance this weekend.
8. Illinois - One of their biggest wins in the last 4 years. Congrats, they are going bowling. And welcome to the middle tier of teams!
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9. Michigan State - This team just looks lost. Dantonio needs to shake up his coaching staff by letting some of the go and bringing in some fresh minds. What he as now is not working. Moving them down into the bottom group. 
10. Purdue - Hard fought win. I heard that their last 19 TD's were all scored by Freshmen. That will pay off in the next couple of seasons.
11. Nebraska - Bye week
12. Northwestern - At least they finally found the end zone a couple of times.
13. Maryland - Were completely out matched.
14. Rutgers - Had a week off to prepare for the Buckeyes. Maybe that's all they needed. 

 

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