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Ten by Ten Week Seven Predictions: Can You Top Our Trio?

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Kristofer Green

The First and Big trio have been out of their minds this week.

So, please forgive us for not only getting our week seven questions posted later than normal, but also for not crowning a winner in week six.

Don't worry, the "Week Six Genius" will get their day in the sun... next week!

As for this week, the trio makes their picks...

1. Predict the winner: Ohio State at Purdue

TC: Ohio State
KG: Ohio State
KP: Ohio State


2. Predict the winner: Iowa at Wisconsin
TC: Wisconsin
KG: Iowa
KP: Iowa


3. Predict the winner: Northwestern at Michigan State

TC: Michigan State
KG: Michigan State
KP: Michigan State


4. Predict the winner: Minnesota at Penn State

TC: Penn State
KG: Penn State
KP: Penn State


5. Predict the winner: Illinois at Indiana

TC: Illinois
KG: Illinois
KP: Illinois


6. Who will be the Big Ten's leading rusher in this week?

TC: John Clay
KG: John Clay
KP: John Clay


7. Which Big Ten game will have the biggest point differential this week?

TC: Michigan/Delaware State
KG: Michigan/Delaware State
KP: Michigan State/Northwestern


8. Which total will be higher: Ohio State's total sacks or Purdue's total turnovers?

TC: Ohio State Sacks
KG: Purdue Turnovers
KP: Purdue Turnovers


9. Which Big Ten team will have the most punts this week?

TC: Minnesota
KG: Purdue
KP: Purdue


10. Name a Big Ten receiver, other than Eric Decker, who will have at least six catches this week.

TC: Keith Smith, PUR
KG: Garrett Graham, WIS
KP: Keith Smith, PUR


TIEBREAKER: What will the total announced attendance from Michigan Stadium, Beaver Stadium, and Camp Randall be this week?

TC: 281,281
KG: 300,000
KP: 292,300

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1 Comment

Ben Cotton said:

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I find it hard to believe that Purdue will have sufficient ball security to necessitate punts.

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