February 2, 2023

Pete Pistone and the remainder of the SiriusXM Huge Ten Radio workforce will unveil “Energy Rankings” every week of the faculty soccer season. Try their Week 12 “Energy Rankings” under, and begin listening to SiriusXM Huge Ten Radio (Ch. 372) on the SiriusXM app now.

Right here’s how the SXM Huge Ten Radio workforce voted to form this week’s version of the “Energy Rankings” after week 12 of the 2022 season.

  1. OHIO STATE 

C.J. Stroud and Ohio State have waited a 12 months for this. Dallan Hayden scored three touchdowns within the second half of No. 2 Ohio State’s 43-30 victory over Maryland on Saturday. The Buckeyes and No. 3 Michigan cleared their remaining hurdles, and now Ohio State will attempt to avenge final season’s loss to the Wolverines — its first within the collection in a decade.

NEXT: Residence versus Michigan on Saturday

  1. MICHIGAN

Jake Moody made a go-ahead, 35-yard subject aim with 9 seconds left, lifting No. 3 Michigan to a 19-17 win over Illinois on Saturday. The Wolverines (11-0, 8-0 Huge Ten, No. 3 CFP) performed a lot of the second half with out star operating again Blake Corum, who grabbed his left knee after being tackled simply earlier than halftime.

NEXT: At Ohio State on Saturday

  1. PENN STATE 

Sean Clifford ran for a landing and threw for one more and No. 11 Penn State scored twice on fumble returns and as soon as on a kickoff return in beating Rutgers 55-10 Saturday. Freshman Nick Singleton scored on a 100-yard kickoff return, Kobe King gave Penn State the lead for good with a 14-yard fumble return and Ji’Ayir Brown rumbled 70 yards with one other fumble because the Nittany Lions blew it open within the second half. Clifford (17 of 26 for 157 yards) threw a 10-yard TD cross to Tyler Warren and scored on a 14-yard run because the Nittany Lions beat Rutgers (4-7, 1-7) for the sixteenth straight time.

NEXT: Residence versus Michigan State on Saturday

  1. ILLINOIS

The Combating Illini misplaced to Michigan Saturday in Ann Arbor 19-17.

NEXT: At Northwestern on Saturday

  1. IOWA

Drew Stevens made a 21-yard subject aim with 28 seconds left to carry Iowa over Minnesota for a 13-10 victory on Saturday, after the Hawkeyes compelled two late turnovers to take management of the Huge Ten West with their eighth straight win over the Gophers for the Floyd of Rosedale trophy. Jack Campbell brought on a fumble and got here up with an interception off a tipped cross to thwart Minnesota drives within the closing minutes for Iowa (7-4, 5-3), which might repeat as division champions and return to the convention title recreation by beating Nebraska subsequent week.

NEXT: Residence versus Nebraska on Friday

  1. PURDUE

Aidan O’Connell threw two landing passes in his remaining dwelling recreation and stored the Purdue Boilermakers in rivalry for the Huge Ten West title with a 17-9 victory over Northwestern on Saturday. The previous walk-on went 16 of 25 with 159 yards, hooking up along with his childhood good friend Charlie Jones six instances for 46 yards and one rating. Purdue might attain its convention championship recreation by profitable its third straight subsequent week coupled with an Iowa loss.

NEXT: At Indiana on Saturday

7.  MARYLAND 

The Terrapins misplaced at dwelling to Ohio State 43-30 on Saturday.

NEXT: Residence versus Rutgers on Saturday

8.  MINNESOTA

The Golden Gophers misplaced to Iowa 13-10 on Saturday.

NEXT: At Wisconsin on Saturday

9.  WISCONSIN

Graham Mertz scored on a 2-yard quarterback sneak with 35 seconds left to finish Wisconsin’s comeback from an 11-point deficit coming into the fourth quarter, and the Badgers beat Nebraska 15-14 Saturday for his or her ninth straight win within the collection. Wisconsin grew to become bowl-eligible for a twenty first straight 12 months and stored the Freedom Trophy, which has been awarded to the winner since 2014.

NEXT: Residence versus Minnesota on Saturday

  1.  MICHIGAN STATE 

The Spartans misplaced to Indiana 39-31 in double time beyond regulation on Saturday.

NEXT: At Penn State on Saturday

  1. INDIANA 

Shaun Shivers ran for 115 yards and two touchdowns, together with a 1-yarder in double time beyond regulation, to carry Indiana to a 39-31 come-from-behind victory over Michigan State on Saturday. Indiana’s James Head Jr. blocked Ben Patton’s 28-yard subject aim in time beyond regulation and Michigan State’s Michael Fletcher blocked Charles Campbell’s 37-yard kick to ship the sport to double time beyond regulation.

NEXT: Residence versus Purdue on Saturday

  1. NEBRASKA 

The Huskers misplaced 15-14 to Wisconsin on Saturday.

NEXT: At Iowa on Friday

13.  RUTGERS 

The Scarlet Knights misplaced 55-10 to Penn State on Saturday.

NEXT: At Maryland on Saturday

14. NORTHWESTERN

The Wildcats misplaced 17-9 to Purdue on Saturday.

NEXT: Residence versus Illinois on Saturday

 

 

 


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