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Tom Brady played college football at the University of Michigan and went on to become a starting quarterback for the New England Patriots. The Big Ten has seven unbeaten teams going into Week 3 of the football season––but let’s face it, many of the opponents during the first two weeks of the season have not exactly provided stiff competition. Illinois played Missouri out of the Big 12 in their opener, just as the Iowa Hawkeyes took on Big 12 In-State rival Iowa State. Additionally, Purdue played Notre Dame––just as Michigan played the Irish, as well Connecticut, out of the Big East. It is a little premature to conjecture about the strength and weaknesses of the Big Ten Conference. The Gophers are already reeling after being upset by the South Dakota Coyotes 41-38 in Week 2. Duane Bennett, who rushed 18 times for 104 yards, kept the Gophers competitive with two one-yard touchdown runs in the fourth quarter, the last with 3:21 left to cut the lead to three. Every time the Gophers have played football teams from the Dakotas, they’ve found themselves in deep trouble. North Dakota State came up one point short in 2006, but found a way to win at the Metrodome in 2007. The Gophers did not help themselves by turning the ball over twice in the first half last Saturday.
Kicker Ellestad, who missed from 39 and 40 yards in the opening win at Middle Tennessee, also hooked a 48-yard field goal left.
This week as the Gophers welcome the USC Trojans, they had better find a way to steady this sinking ship. But the Boilers came back to win against the Western Illinois Leathernecks 31-21 last Saturday, even though Purdue played lackluster football, perhaps losing receiver Keith Smith for the season with an injury to his right leg. Smith caught six passes for 43 yards before Purdue’s top receiver left the game in the fourth quarter with an injured right knee. QB Robert Marve threw for 171 yards, one touchdown and one interception for the Boilermakers . Purdue welcomes the Ball State Cardinals this week, hopefully to add another win to their total. Illinois lost their opener to the Missouri Tigers 23-13 but won against Southern Illinois 35-3 as the Illini continue to climb out of the quagmire of 2009.
Red shirt freshman quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase continues to impress while running back Mikel LeShoure ran for 115 yards and two touchdowns. With Northern Illinois the opponent in Week 3, the Illini should continue to gain confidence and momentum. This will aid the Fighting Illini in climbing out of the bottom of the Big Ten Power Rankings.
Indiana (1-0) scored 38 points in a wild first half that included three touchdown drives of two plays and RB Darius Willis rushing for more than 100 yards.
Willis finished with 14 carries for 102 yards, an average of 7.3 yards per carry, and the two scores. Chappell was 16-of-23 for 182 yards and the two scores and the first-half point total was the most produced by Indiana since a 42-point effort against Northwestern in November 2001.
Not surprisingly, the Hoosiers produced their third lopsided home-opening win in four years. Northwestern has won twice in a row against Vanderbilt 23-21 on the road and against Illinois State at home, 37-3. Wildcat QB Dan Persa threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score to lead Northwestern past Illinois State 37-3 Saturday.

This coming weekend the Wildcats, undefeated, will travel to Texas where they will face the Rice Owls. In Week 2, RB Edwin Baker ran for an 80-yard touchdown and had 183 yards rushing to lead Michigan State to a 30-17 win over Florida Atlantic on Saturday. The Owls, however, had a chance to pull within a TD and two-point conversion with 2:50 left.
Florida Atlantic Coach Howard Schnellenberger decided to settle for a field goal instead of going for it from the Michigan State 6. During the game QB Kirk Cousins had 142 yards passing, a TD, and an interception for the Spartans. There is not much to tell in the early Spartan wins, except that Michigan State is running and kicking well.   What they are not doing well is guarding against the pass. The Spartans’ weakness on pass defense was evident against FAU QB Van Camp, as he completed nearly two-thirds of his passes tossed to constantly wide-open receivers. This is a failing that Michigan State will wish to remedy before the Irish come calling on Saturday night. The question remains, how will Penn State use this defeat to help them for the rest of the season? Considering the fact that the Lions turned the ball over three times inside the Alabama 20-yard line, the game could have been considerably closer against the No. Alabama’s young defense forced freshman QB Rob Bolden and the Nittany Lions into several turnovers that ended compelling drives.
The Crimson Tide defense hasn’t allowed a touchdown yet and hit Bolden with calamitous blitzes. Alabama’s Trent Richardson had 102 yards in the first half against a defense that had gone the previous 17 games without allowing a 100-yard rusher.
Penn State’s Evan Royster finished with just 32 yards on nine carries and remains 10 yards shy of 3,000 for his career.
They should win the next couple of weeks before they head off to Iowa City to face the Hawkeyes for their Big Ten Opener when the season gets very interesting. Wisconsin managed to win their game last week against the San Jose Spartans––but just barely.
Just as in Week 1, when the Badgers turned the ball over twice to the UNLV Running Rebels, they continued down this unwilled path last Saturday by committing untimely turnovers. Adding to the fumble count, RB James White lost possession as he stretched the ball out to reach the end zone and to make matters worse, Tolzien tossed an interception. It was Clay’s eighth straight 100-yard rushing game as the Badgers won their 15th consecutive home opener and improved to 13-0 in non-conference regular-season games under head coach Bret Bielema. The Badgers will have a stiffer test this week and must learn to hang onto the ball in order to hang onto their upper tier ranking.
With their victory on the road at Notre Dame, the Wolverines suddenly find themselves ranked in the top twenty in college football. Denard Robinson, the Michigan quarterback, is proving himself to be “the offense” for the Wolverines and his performances so far this season have been jaw-dropping.
If what Robinson accomplished last week was astonishing, what he did against Notre Dame on Saturday surpassed it. That was just the beginning.  Robinson compiled a school-record 502 yards total offense for a QB, including 258 yards rushing on 28 carries and 244 more passing. Robinson under the gun, orchestrated the game-winning 12-play, 72 yard drive, taking the ball in himself from two yards out with 27 seconds left to send Michigan (2-0) to a breath-taking 28-24 victory.
During the game-winning drive, seemingly stopped on downs, Robinson carried to pick up a crucial first on a fourth-and-1 at the Notre Dame 35.

Iowa scored on their first three possessions, controlling the scoreboard, the clock, and Iowa State’s offense.
Cyclone QB Austen Arnaud threw three interceptions in the third quarter, making Iowa’s task that much simpler.
RB Jewel Hampton, who red-shirted last season following knee surgery, added 84 yards on 20 carries, including a two-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.
Stanzi threw short TD passes to Marvin McNutt and Allen Reisner, and his one-yard TD plunge gave Iowa a 28-0 lead at halftime. The defense continues to be the driving force for the Hawkeyes, but the offense appears to have come around, too, after struggling at times a year ago.
Ohio State slammed the door shut on Miami, 36-24, keeping them out of the top 10––and sending them back to the drawing board. Miami quarterback Jacory Harris and the 12th-ranked Hurricanes came into their showdown with No. This game had all the earmarks of an early season contest with numerous sloppy plays and some bad tackling. But it kept the Buckeyes perfect and prevented the Hurricanes from making a case they belonged back among the nation’s elite. Sign-up to get daily updates of all the great articles and information on Sports Then and Now.
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Minnesota had to struggle mightily for a 16-13 victory over South Dakota State last November.
First, Minnesota failed on a fourth down attempt at the South Dakota 30, and then QB Adam Weber fumbled at the Coyotes 30 in the closing seconds.
Running Back Dan Dierking rushed for 102 yards and two touchdowns to help Purdue secure their win. It was the first time Penn State was held without a touchdown since a 14-9 loss to Michigan in 2007. He made the longest run in the history of Notre Dame’s famous stadium––an 87-yard scamper for a touchdown.
Then on a third-and-five from the 17, Robinson drilled a 15-yard pass to Roy Roundtree to the two to set up his TD. This year the Hawkeyes seem determined to lessen the dramatic and often heart-stopping endings. 13 Miami Hurricanes blew into Columbus, intent on blasting the Buckeyes out of their lofty No. Learn how to convert online bookmakers free bets into guaranteed cash using the matched betting technique. Jenkins had 114 receiving yards and a score Saturday night to help lead Illinois past Southern Illinois. 2 spot in this week’s power rankings, as they dominated the Iowa State Cyclones in Week 2, 35-7.

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