February 5, 2023

Pete Pistone and the remainder of the SiriusXM Massive Ten Radio group will unveil “Energy Rankings” every week of the faculty soccer season. Take a look at their Week 4 “Energy Rankings” under, and begin listening to SiriusXM Massive Ten Radio (Ch. 372) on the SiriusXM app now.

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

  1. OHIO STATE 

The Buckeyes had a bye week.

NEXT: Residence versus Iowa on Saturday

  1. MICHIGAN

Donovan Edwards ran for a go-ahead, 67-yard landing and Blake Corum had a 61-yard run for a rating on consecutive snaps within the third quarter as No. 5 Michigan pulled away and beat No. 10 Penn State 41-17 on Saturday. The Wolverines (7-0, 4-0 Massive Ten) completed with 418 yards speeding, gaining 7.6 yards per carry, towards a group that was giving up fewer than 80 yards speeding per recreation to rank amongst school soccer’s leaders.

NEXT: Bye Week

  1. ILLINOIS 

Chase Brown rushed for 180 yards on a career-high 41 carries and caught a 40-yard landing cross, Minnesota was restricted to its fewest yards in 5 years, and No. 24 Illinois gained its fifth straight recreation with a 26-14 victory Saturday. The Illini (6-1, 3-1) grew to become bowl eligible for the primary time since 2019 and can finish the day tied for first within the Massive Ten West.

NEXT: Bye Week

  1. PURDUE

Aidan O’Connell threw 4 landing passes and Devin Mockobee ran for a career-high 178 yards and one other rating Saturday as Purdue overpowered Nebraska 43-37. The Boilermakers (5-2, 3-1 Massive Ten) have gained 4 straight and retained a share of the convention’s West Division lead with No. 24 Illinois.

NEXT: At Wisconsin on Saturday

  1. PENN STATE 

The Nittany Lions misplaced on the street 41-17 to Michigan on Saturday.

NEXT: Residence versus Minnesota on Saturday

  1. MARYLAND 

Following an damage to Taulia Tagovailoa within the fourth quarter, Billy Edwards Jr. stepped in and led a game-winning drive to raise Maryland previous Indiana 38-33 on Saturday.

NEXT: Residence versus Northwestern on Saturday

7.   MINNESOTA

The Golden Gophers dropped a recreation on the street towards Illinois by a rating of 26-14.

NEXT: At Penn State on Saturday

8.    MICHIGAN STATE 

Quarterback Payton Thorne threw a 27-yard landing cross to extensive receiver Jayden Reed within the second time beyond regulation Saturday to raise Michigan State to a 34-28 victory over Wisconsin. The win snapped a four-game dropping streak for the Spartans (3-4, 1-3 Massive 10 Convention). It’s the first loss for Wisconsin’s interim coach Jim Leonhard who changed Paul Chryst two weeks in the past

NEXT: Bye Week

9.    NEBRASKA 

The Cornhuskers misplaced to Purdue on the street final Saturday 43-37.’

NEXT: Bye Week

  1. IOWA 

The Hawkeyes had a bye week.

NEXT: At Ohio State on Saturday

  1. WISCONSIN

The Badgers misplaced in double time beyond regulation on the street to Michigan State final Saturday by a rating of 34-28.

NEXT: Residence versus Purdue on Saturday

  1. INDIANA 

The Hoosiers had been overwhelmed at house by Maryland 38-33 on Saturday.

NEXT: At Rutgers on Saturday

13.  RUTGERS 

The Scarlet Knights had a bye week.

NEXT: Residence versus Indiana on Saturday

14. NORTHWESTERN

The Wildcats had a bye week.

NEXT: At Maryland on Saturday


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