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-Iowa (-2’) vs. Northwestern

-Ohio State (-12’) vs. Penn St

-Purdue (-7) vs. Illinois

-LA Rams (-4) vs. Dolphins

-Baltimore (-4) vs. Pittsburgh

-Michigan (-25) vs. Michigan St

If Ohio State was the first team to have a game canceled that was their opponent’s fault, would the B1G’s policy change on playing non-conference games?

-Ohio State is the B1G’s prize jewel. The league bows down to them. What if they were the ones playing Wisconsin this week and were looking for a new week 2 opponent? Would the B1G stand by their decision to play only conference games?

-The question would be how much would Ohio State push. Or if it was Michigan, the same thing.

With no Nebraska game this weekend, Jake now is more focused in on Tua’s debut in Miami

-How do Sip and Jake think it will go? The Dolphins play the Rams, who have one of the best defenses in the league…will Aaron Donald and Jalen Ramsey feast on Tua or not?

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If Northwestern beats Iowa tomorrow, how should Nebraska feel about their chances of beating the Wildcats?

-2 weeks in and the B1G West is already (potentially) flipped upside down for what the expectations were. Northwestern beat Maryland, 43-3, in the season-opener, and are competent at QB now with the transfer addition of Peyton Ramsey

-If Northwestern beats Iowa, we’ll be thrilled to see Iowa at 0-2, but nervous of Nebraska going to 0-2 the next week, as well.

Nebraska lands a non-conference game to replace Wisconsin, but the Big Ten puts their foot down and prevents it from happening

-Reports broke on Thursday morning that Nebraska had landed a game vs. Tennessee-Chattanooga to replace the game against Wisconsin, but it was quickly nullified by the conference, who is sticking to their guns on no additional games out of conference to be allowed this year

-Nebraska has tried to do what they can to play football all throughout this year, but has had the conference step in as its own roadblock. Let’s see how this goes if Ohio State or Michigan have a game canceled later this year and see if they push the conference hard to let them play. I’m sure that will go over well with Nebraska and how they view the B1G.