Iowa is going to crush Nebraska’s hopes of getting to a bowl game.
Purdon’t get your hopes up.
Ready to go under .500?
With only ten returning starters, Iowa has quite a few holes on their depth chart to fill in 2019.
New coach with a bunch of new players means that there’s probably a lot of work to be done in Maryland.
Schedule and lack of returning starters are perhaps the only reasons why the Badgers aren’t favored to win the West yet again in 2019.
Aside from Rondale Moore, Purdue has to replace a LOT of pieces on offense this season. This could be a rebuilding year with a lot of young talent emerging.
The Hoosiers haven’t finished with a winning record since 2007; is 2019 the year to change that?
The Gophers may not be in the spotlight, but could be a contender in the Big Ten west.
One rule of the modern Big Ten era: Ignore Northwestern at your own peril.
New coach, new quarterback for the Buckeyes means more uncertainty in the other Columbus.
With 16 returning starters and four transfers from programs like Alabama, Southern Cal and Washington, Illinois could very well escape the Big Ten West’s cellar in 2019.
Breathe a sigh of relief, Husker fans... Neither Sutton Smith nor Tanner Lee will be playing in this game.
The Buffs have an experienced quarterback and receiving corps, but holes everywhere else.
With only 10 returning starters, South Alabama might still be trending downward, looking for rock-bottom.