Penn State and the Big Ten’s best teams: Key storylines for the conference contenders entering spring
Penn State linebackers Manny Bowen and Jason Cabinda sack Michigan quarterback John O’Korn during the third quarter on Oct. 21, 2017.Joe Hermitt | email@example.com
Ohio State and Wisconsin were the competitors in a spirited Big Ten title game last season, with Ohio State holding on for a victory. The Buckeyes, though, couldn’t overcome two in-season losses and were left out of the national college playoff. But that was 2017. It’s 2018 and spring practices are all but set.
Ohio State offensive lineman Billy Price celebrates during the first half of the Big Ten championship NCAA college football game against Wisconsin, Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)
Penn State head coach James Franklin shares a laugh with running back Miles Sanders during the start of practice in Holuba Hall on Dec. 15, 2017.Joe Hermitt | firstname.lastname@example.org
Urban Meyer’s Buckeyes and Paul Chryst’s Badgers should be in the thick of the title game race again, and so should a few other programs, including one that just won the Fiesta Bowl. Nothing stays the same in the power conferences Here are some key storylines for the Big Ten powers heading into spring …