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Ten by Ten Week Eight Results: Congrats to Molly Cary!

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Kristofer Green

For the first time this season, FBT's Ten by Ten Contest has a repeat winner! Congratulations to Molly Cary, who won week eight with an impressive score of 80 points (out of 100).

Molly, who also won the contest in the first week, has also stood atop the leader board all season and now stands an impressive 55 points in front of the closest competitor.

Week Nine questions are now posted! Get in on the fun and become our next weekly winner.

On to last week's results...
1. Predict the winner: Minnesota at Ohio State

Ohio State 38, Minnesota 7
2. Predict the winner: Indiana at Northwestern

Northwestern 29, Indiana 28
3. Predict the winner: Illinois at Purdue

Purdue 24, Illinois 14
4. Predict the winner: Penn State at Michigan

Penn State 35, Michigan 10
5. Predict the winner: Iowa at Michigan State

Iowa 15, Michigan State 13
6. Which home team (Ohio State, Northwestern, Purdue, Michigan, Michigan State) will have the largest margin of victory?

Ohio State +31
7. Which receiver will have the most receiving yards: Eric Decker (MIN), Keith Smith (PUR), or Tandon Doss (IU)?

Keith Smith, Purdue (5-61 yds)
8. Name the Big Ten team that will run the lowest total amount of offensive plays.

Indiana 57
9.Which quarterback will throw more interceptions: Kirk Cousins (MSU), Tate Forcier (MICH), or Adam Weber (MINN)?

Adam Weber, Minnesota (2)
10. Name a defensive player (OTHER THAN Greg Jones) that will either have a double-digit tackle day OR lead the Big Ten in tackles during Week 8.

Lee Campbell, Minnesota (13); Matt Mayberry, Indiana (13);Navorro Bowman, Penn State (11); Josh Hull, Penn State (10); Ian Thomas, Illinois (10)

TIE-BREAKER:  How many rushing yards will Michigan backs have against Penn State this week?


110 total rushing yards

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