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    Week 13 Big Ten Recap

    Updated: December 1st, 2010
  • CollegeFootballBreakdown.com

    There were no surprises with Ohio State and Wisconsin as both teams took care of business as expected. Michigan State’s performance was probably the best of the weekend in the Big Ten. The Spartans dominated both lines of scrimmage on the road in Happy Valley. Lucky for the Spartans, Beano Cook had picked Penn State as well as Alabama and Oklahoma State. Sorry Beano!

    Except for Illinois, the regular season is over for Big Ten Teams. Bowl games await for the top 8 teams. Coming into the season, I though the Big Ten was as good as it’s been in some time. Although Iowa’s season was clearly a disappointment, I think it says a lot about the talent level in the Big Ten. It ran deep this year. Illinois improved greatly. Michigan’s offense was better. Teams like Purdue and Indiana who were expected to be ok were crushed all year. I think the conference will be underestimated again this year and the teams will use that to their advantage during Bowl Season.

    Big Ten Analyst-John Jacobson

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    JJBeatz

    John "JJBeatz" Jacobson is a handicapping analyst who covers the Big Ten, Sun Belt, MAC, Big East, Big 12 and Conference USA for www.collegefootballbreakdown.com. His nickname, "JJBeatz" was given to him by colleagues on Wall Street for his ability to make them money betting college football. JJBeatz is short for JJ beats the spread.

    John's passion for the sport of college football began when he played his first parlay card in elementary school. His fascination with making informative predictions allowed for a smooth transition into equity analysis and trading on Wall Street. As John often says, "Similar skills, such as money management, an analytical mind, hard work, an attention to detail, and perseverance, are needed in both trading and sports betting." JJ continues to work on his craft and loves to make people money.

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