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    Big Ten Tie Breaker Update

    Updated: November 23rd, 2010
  • CollegeFootballBreakdown.com

    With three teams tied for the Big Ten lead with one loss, the only thoughts on the minds of all three are win and do it impressively to sway poll voters. Well at least that’s the case for Wisconsin and Ohio State who are ranked higher in the BCS rankings than Michigan State. Currently the Badgers’ BCS average is .7688, the Buckeyes’ average is .7148, and Spartans’ average is .6063. Ohio State’s only reasonable chance considering that the Badgers will most likely win against Northwestern, is a complete blow out of Michigan and a close win for the Badgers which sways a few poll votes in the Buckeyes’s favor. But even if that happens, if Sparty losses to Penn State, the BCS rankings would not matter since the Badgers beat the Buckeyes earlier in the year. Michigan State really has not chance unless for a miracle that Ohio State losses to Michigan and the Spartans beat Penn State.

  • JJBeatz

    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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