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Every Big Ten Team's Record Since 2015

TeamRecordWinning Percentage
1. Ohio State68-889.4
2. Wisconsin56-1974.6
3. Iowa53-2171.6
4. Penn State53-2270.6
5. Michigan49-2269
6. Northwestern46-2862.1
7. Minnesota41-3057.7
8. Michigan State41-3156.9
9. Indiana36-3550.7
10. Nebraska31-3944.2
11. Purdue24-4435.2
12. Maryland23-4334.8
13. Illinois22-4731.8
14. Rutgers16-5323.1

IU trending the right direction and it will be difficult for Scott Frost's Huskers to catch Tom Allen’s Hoosiers in 2021.

It has been 40 years, since the Big Two, Ohio State and Michigan saw their reign end in the 1980s.

Of course, Ohio State has found their way, since Urban Meyer arrived to become the B1G king.

What will 2021 bring?

 

mushroomgod_1

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Every Big Ten Team's Record Since 2015

TeamRecordWinning Percentage
1. Ohio State68-889.4
2. Wisconsin56-1974.6
3. Iowa53-2171.6
4. Penn State53-2270.6
5. Michigan49-2269
6. Northwestern46-2862.1
7. Minnesota41-3057.7
8. Michigan State41-3156.9
9. Indiana36-3550.7
10. Nebraska31-3944.2
11. Purdue24-4435.2
12. Maryland23-4334.8
13. Illinois22-4731.8
14. Rutgers16-5323.1

IU trending the right direction and it will be difficult for Scott Frost's Huskers to catch Tom Allen’s Hoosiers in 2021.

It has been 40 years, since the Big Two, Ohio State and Michigan saw their reign end in the 1980s.

Of course, Ohio State has found their way, since Urban Meyer arrived to become the B1G king.

What will 2021 bring?


Starting in 2022-23 Rutgers will win at a 60-65% rate for the next 5-6 years, unless Greg S. leaves before then.
 
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TominDallas

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Every Big Ten Team's Record Since 2015

TeamRecordWinning Percentage
1. Ohio State68-889.4
2. Wisconsin56-1974.6
3. Iowa53-2171.6
4. Penn State53-2270.6
5. Michigan49-2269
6. Northwestern46-2862.1
7. Minnesota41-3057.7
8. Michigan State41-3156.9
9. Indiana36-3550.7
10. Nebraska31-3944.2
11. Purdue24-4435.2
12. Maryland23-4334.8
13. Illinois22-4731.8
14. Rutgers16-5323.1

IU trending the right direction and it will be difficult for Scott Frost's Huskers to catch Tom Allen’s Hoosiers in 2021.

It has been 40 years, since the Big Two, Ohio State and Michigan saw their reign end in the 1980s.

Of course, Ohio State has found their way, since Urban Meyer arrived to become the B1G king.

What will 2021 bring?

IU should pass MSU over the next 2 years.

Minn will be a longer road...

Just NEED a good 2022 recruiting cycle.

With this staff we are set up for success for years to come.
 

cidsports

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Records are skewed, though, aren't they because of the east being so much better than the west?

I would think Minnesota, Iowa and Northwestern have an immense advantage over Indiana in that regard.
Nebraska has had Ohio State annually.
Iowa-Penn State
Wisconsin Michigan

Indiana gets Purdue annually.