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Predict the finish of the Big Ten
Predict the final college football standings for the 2010 Big Ten conference

Note - tiebreaker will be overall wins
Scored by Scott on 12/03/10 at 09:29PM | Closed on 09/02/10 at 07:30PM
FanIQ Pts? 11 | NCAAF, Big Ten | Prediction List
Team Breakout:
RankCorrect Answer31 FansPts
1.WisconsinOhio State2.1
2.Ohio StateWisconsin1.1
3.Michigan StatePenn State0.5
4.IowaIowa1.7
5.IllinoisMichigan State0.5
6.Penn StateMichigan1.6
7.MichiganPurdue1.5
8.NorthwesternNorthwestern1.3
9.PurdueMinnesota1.1
10.MinnesotaIllinois0.2
11.IndianaIndiana2.5

  
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#1 | 1507 days ago

Unfortunately, the Buckeyes are the team to beat......I'm hoping that either Wisconsin, or even Penn State can change that....as for my Wolverines, Go Blue!
1. Ohio State  2. Wisconsin  3. Penn State  4. Iowa  5. Michigan State  6. Michigan  7. Minnesota  8. Purdue  9. Northwestern  10. Illinois  11. Indiana  
#2 | 1507 days ago

National championships

The following is a list of Ohio State's recognized national championships:

Year Coach Selector Record Big Ten Record Bowl
1942 Paul Brown AP 9–1 6–1
1954 Woody Hayes FWAA, UPI, AP 10–0 7–0 Won Rose Bowl
1957 Woody Hayes FWAA, UPI 9–1 6–1 Won Rose Bowl
1961 Woody Hayes NFF, FWAA 8–0–1 6–0
1968 Woody Hayes AP, UPI FWAA 10–0 7–0 Won Rose Bowl
1970 Woody Hayes NFF 9–1 7–0 Lost Rose Bowl
2002 Jim Tressel BCS, AP, USA Today/ESPN 14–0 8–0 Won Fiesta Bowl
National Championships 7

Undefeated seasons

Year Record Big Ten Record Coach
1899 9–0–1 John B. Eckstorm
1916 7–0 4–0 John Wilce
1917 8–0–1 4–0 John Wilce
1944 9–0 6–0 Carroll Widdoes
1954 10–0 7–0 Woody Hayes
1961 8–0–1 6–0 Woody Hayes
1968 10–0 7–0 Woody Hayes
1973 10–0–1 7–0 Woody Hayes
2002 14–0 8–0 Jim Tressel
Undefeated Seasons 9


Conference championships

Ohio State joined the Big Ten in 1912; before that they were a member of the Ohio Athletic Conference and won two OAC titles. Ohio State has won a championship in the Big Ten 34 times, second most in the conference and third most conference titles of any school in any conference.

Year Conference Coach Record Conference Record
1906 OAC Albert E. Herrnstein 8–1 4–0
1912 OAC John Richards 6–3 4–3
1916 Big Ten John Wilce 7–0 4–0
1917 Big Ten John Wilce 8–0–1 4–0
1920 Big Ten John Wilce 7–1 5–0
1935 Big Ten Francis Schmidt 7–1 5–0
1939 Big Ten Francis Schmidt 6–2 5–1
1942 Big Ten Paul Brown 9–1 5–1
1944 Big Ten Carroll Widdoes 9–0 6–0
1949 Big Ten Wes Fesler 7–1–2 4–1
1954 Big Ten Woody Hayes 10–0 7–0
1955 Big Ten Woody Hayes 7–2 6–0
1957 Big Ten Woody Hayes 9–1 7–0
1961 Big Ten Woody Hayes 8–0–1 6–0
1968 Big Ten Woody Hayes 10–0 7–0
1969 Big Ten Woody Hayes 8–1 6–1
1970 Big Ten Woody Hayes 9–1 7–0
1972 Big Ten Woody Hayes 9–2 7–1
1973 Big Ten Woody Hayes 10–0–1 7–0
1974 Big Ten Woody Hayes 10–2 7–1
1975 Big Ten Woody Hayes 11–1 8–0
1976 Big Ten Woody Hayes 9–2–1 7–1
1977 Big Ten Woody Hayes 9–3 6–2
1979 Big Ten Earle Bruce 11–1 8–0
1981 Big Ten Earle Bruce 9–3 6–2
1984 Big Ten Earle Bruce 9–3 7–2
1986 Big Ten Earle Bruce 10–3 7–1
1993 Big Ten John Cooper 10–1–1 6–1–1
1996 Big Ten John Cooper 11–1 7–1
1998 Big Ten John Cooper 11–1 7–1
2002 Big Ten Jim Tressel 14–0 8–0
2005 Big Ten Jim Tressel 10–2 7–1
2006 Big Ten Jim Tressel 12–1 8–0
2007 Big Ten Jim Tressel 11–2 7–1
2008 Big Ten Jim Tressel 10–3 7–1
2009 Big Ten Jim Tressel 11–2 7–1
Conference Champions 36

let,s go buckeyes!
1. Ohio State  2. Penn State  3. Iowa  4. Wisconsin  5. Purdue  6. Northwestern  7. Minnesota  8. Michigan State  9. Indiana  10. Illinois  11. Michigan  
#3 | 1506 days ago

I think Michigan will be the big surprise this year.  They will definitely be bowl eligible and will finish better than expected.  That's saying something coming from a diehard Buckeye!
1. Ohio State  2. Iowa  3. Wisconsin  4. Penn State  5. Michigan  6. Purdue  7. Michigan State  8. Minnesota  9. Illinois  10. Northwestern  11. Indiana  
#4 | 1479 days ago

Wisconsin will win the title this year and then will hand it over to Nebraska for years to come.
1. Wisconsin  2. Ohio State  3. Iowa  4. Penn State  5. Michigan State  6. Northwestern  7. Michigan  8. Purdue  9. Minnesota  10. Illinois  11. Indiana  

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