We’re on the brink of week 2 in the college football world, and writers and outlets alike are making their college football picks for Big Ten teams across the board.
The biggest match up of this weekend certainly belongs to Ohio State.
Spotlights are definitely on the No. 2 Buckeyes, as they will play their home-opener against the No. 5 Oklahoma Sooners. The two played last year, and Ohio State drubbed the Sooners in Norman 45-24.
No. 4 Penn State will take on in-state rival Pitt, as the Nittany Lions will try to avenge their 42-39 loss last year to the Panthers. N0. 11 Wisconsin and No. 8 Michigan both have much easier match ups against Florida Atlantic and Cincinnati, respectively.
College Football Picks Week 2
|Writer/Match Up||Jace Evans, USA Today||Dan Wolken, USA Today||Paul Myerberg, USA Today||Erick Smith, USA Today||George Schroder, USA Today||Eddie Timanus, USA Today||Jerry Palm, CBS Sports||ESPN.com Staff||Bill Bender, Sporting News|
|Oklahoma @ Ohio State||Ohio State||Ohio State||Ohio State||Ohio State||Ohio State||Oklahoma||Ohio State||Ohio State||Ohio State|
|Pittsburgh @Penn State||Penn State||Penn State||Penn State||Penn State||Penn State||Penn State||Penn State||Penn State||Penn State|
|Cincinnati @ Michigan||Michigan||Michigan||Michigan||Michigan||Michigan||Michigan||Michigan||Michigan||Michigan|
|Florida Atlantic @ Wisconsin||Wisconsin||Wisconsin||Wisconsin||Wisconsin||Wisconsin||Wisconsin||Wisconsin||Wisconsin||—|
Here are also some other picks made by Bender, Palm and ESPN concerning other Big Ten games:
|Oregon @ Nebraska||Oregon||Nebraska||Oregon|
|Iowa @ Iowa State||Iowa||—||Iowa|
|Northwestern @ Duke||—||Northwestern||Northwestern|
Check out ESPN.com for the full slate of picks for all of the Big Ten’s games, and not just the ones listed here.
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