Yes, college football fans. It’s officially game week.

With that, how about some bold Big Ten East predictions to tide you over until the weekend?

  1. The Ohio State quarterback does NOT lead the Big Ten in passing
  2. Connor Cook does, and finishes with over 4,000 yards
  3. Ohio State and Michigan State are be undefeated come Nov. 21
  4. Penn State has one loss entering final two weeks of the regular season
  5. Shilique Calhoun has more tackles for loss than Joey Bosa
  6. Kemoko Turay finishes just behind both of them
  7. All three Maryland quarterbacks start a game
  8. Indiana wins three November games to clinch bowl eligibility
  9. Jabrill Peppers scores offensive, defensive, special teams touchdown
  10. Cardale Jones doesn’t start a game
  11. J.T. Barrett returns to form as Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year
  12. Akeel Lynch finishes behind Ezekiel Elliott and Jordan Howard in rushing
  13. Only Michigan State and Ohio State exceed 20 points against Penn State
  14. Jim Harbaugh gets his first signature win…in Happy Valley
  15. Maryland doesn’t have a rusher crack 500 yards
  16. Christian Hackenberg wins unofficial comeback player of the year honors
  17. Indiana doesn’t have a receiver eclipse 700 yards, but Nate Sudfeld still throws for 3,000
  18. Both Rutgers and Maryland will be eliminated from bowl eligibility by the Nov. 28 finale
  19. But Hayden Rettig shows he’s the quarterback of the future
  20. Ty Isaac emerges as Michigan’s feature back by midseason
  21. Braxton Miller throws a touchdown pass
  22. Jason Spriggs cracks All-American honors
  23. Michigan has the most drastic turnover margin shift in college football
  24. Michigan State keeps the Buckeyes within single digits
  25. But Ohio State runs the table and doesn’t relinquish its unanimous No. 1 ranking