February 2, 2023

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Purdue turned in an enormous upset of then-No. 2 Iowa final week to jumble up not simply the Large Ten however all of school soccer. Right here’s how the Large Ten Radio workforce voted for this week’s version of the Energy Rankings:

1. OHIO STATE

The Buckeyes had been idle final week however nonetheless moved up within the rankings due to Iowa’s upset loss to Purdue in Iowa Metropolis.

NEXT: @Indiana (October 23)

2. MICHIGAN

The Wolverines had an opportunity to regroup and prepare for a troublesome second half of the season schedule.

NEXT: Northwestern (October 23)

3. PENN STATE

James Franklin’s squad pumped the bakes for the bye week attempting to choose up the items from the earlier week’s loss to Iowa.

NEXT: Illinois (October 23)

4. MICHIGAN STATE

Matt Coghlin’s 51-yard subject aim to open the second half Saturday gave No. 10 Michigan State the lead, and Payton Thorne’s 12-yard landing cross supplied the margin the Spartans wanted to carry on for a 20-15 victory over Indiana. The Spartans will stay atop the convention’s East Division for not less than two extra weeks after reclaiming the Previous Brass Spittoon. Kenneth Walker III, the nation’s prime rusher, carried 23 occasions for 84 yards and Michigan State punted its first six possessions — the Spartans nonetheless managed handy the Hoosiers (2-4, 0-3) their third loss in 4 video games.

NEXT: OFF

5. PURDUE

Aidan O’Connell threw for 375 yards and accounted for 3 touchdowns, David Bell had a career-best 240 yards receiving, and Purdue continued its latest mastery over No. 2 Iowa with a 24-7 victory Saturday. The Boilermakers have gained 4 of their final 5 video games in opposition to the Hawkeyes (6-1, 3-1). The loss ended Iowa’s 12-game successful streak. Purdue beat its highest-ranked opponent on the highway since 1974 at No. 2 Notre Dame. It was the second time in 4 seasons Purdue has knocked off a No. 2-ranked workforce. The Boilermakers gained at residence over a second-ranked Ohio State in 2018.

NEXT: Wisconsin (October 23)

6. IOWA

Not many noticed Purdue coming to Iowa Metropolis and knocking off the Hawkeyes. However that’s precisely what the Boilermakers did in one of many weekend’s most stunning upsets.

NEXT: OFF

7. MINNESOTA

Tanner Morgan threw for 209 yards and two touchdowns and Bryce Williams rushed for 127 yards and one other rating on Saturday as Minnesota defeated Nebraska 30-23. The Gophers dominated the primary half, taking a 21-9 lead behind near-perfect passing from Morgan. However Nebraska flipped the script within the second half, forcing two interceptions to get again into the sport. Nonetheless, quite a lot of missed alternatives prevented the Huskers from taking the lead and allowed Minnesota to hold on.

NEXT: Maryland (October 23)

8. WISCONSIN

Leo Chenal recorded 17 tackles and arrange a landing with a sack that pressured a fumble, main Wisconsin to a 20-14 victory over Military on Saturday evening. Wisconsin’s Braelon Allen rushed for 108 yards on 16 carries, together with a 33-yard landing. This marked the second straight recreation during which Allen rushed for not less than 100 yards. The 17-year-old freshman ran for 131 yards and a landing on 18 carries final week in a 24-0 victory at Illinois

NEXT: @Purdue (October 23)

9. NEBRASKA

The Cornhuskers once more performed a decent recreation earlier than shedding to Minnesota. Merely put, Scott Frost has to discover a manner for his workforce to not simply play effectively however put some W’s on the board.

NEXT: OFF

10. INDIANA

The downward spiral for the Hoosiers continues who misplaced to Michigan State for Indiana’s third defeat within the final 4 video games.

NEXT: Ohio State (October 23)

11. MARYLAND

The Phrases had a bye week final weekend.

NEXT: @Minnesota (October 23)

12. NORTHWESTERN

Ryan Hilinski threw for 267 yards and two landing passes on Saturday afternoon to spice up Northwestern to a 21-7 victory over Rutgers. Hilinski opened the scoring for the Wildcats by capping off a 98-yard drive within the first quarter by hitting Malik Washington for a 64-yard landing cross. The completion — Hilinski’s longest as a Wildcat — helped his workforce safe its first convention win of the season.

NEXT: @Michigan (October 23)

13. RUTGERS

Dangerous highway loss for Rutgers who figured to be within the recreation in opposition to Northwestern a bit greater than the ultimate final result confirmed.

NEXT: OFF

14. ILLINOIS

The Preventing Illini had a welcomed bye week.

NEXT: @Penn State (October 23)


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