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Around the Big Ten – Week Four

The final week of fattening up schedules with delicious cupcakes has come and gone and Big Ten teams made the most of it in Week Four with astronomical point totals seen all across the Midwest. Since there weren’t any real marquee matchups this week, we’re bringing you a quick link drop, and sadly, much less wit this week.

Denard and Tate both go down with injuries as Michigan bowls over Bowling Green, 65-21

Wisconsin scores a touchdown for each finger in a 70-3 rout of Austin Peay

Ohio State does the Badgers one field goal better

Iowa’s defense puts up a goose-egg in preparation for the Nittany Lions’ visit to Kinnick next week

Sparty wins one for Coach D’Antonio

Indiana and Northwestern continue their undefeated ways

Purdue falls to Toledo as Marve sits out another game

Really, Minnesota?

We’ll be back with double the excitement and four times the snark as conference play begins next week!

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Dan Vecellio

Dan is a graduate student in meteorology, hailing from Bradford, Pennsylvania. His interests include sports, Penn State and commons cheesesteaks. Feel free to contact me through my email or follow me on Twitter.

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