The Big Ten gained some ground in the College Football Playoff rankings Tuesday, though highest-ranked Michigan State remained at No. 8 in the second week of the selection committee's top 25.
J.T. Barrett wasn't supposed to play this season. Instead, he's become one of college football's finest quarterbacks.
Though the conference's reputation when it comes to boasting the highest quality of football teams has taken a hit this season nationally, the Big Ten's reputation as an in-the-trenches league is
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