Believe it or not, but the college football season is already entering Week 6!

Preseason projections are long behind us as we now have a much better idea of how teams will look this season. The conference race is starting to heat up, and two games will play a big role in the divisional races moving forward.

The two games that will headline the weekend are Iowa’s trip to Michigan and Michigan State’s trip to Ohio State. Iowa will look to keep pace with undefeated Wisconsin while Michigan needs a win to avoid falling two games back in the B1G East.

Meanwhile, Michigan State needs a huge upset to keep pace in the East while Ohio State is looking to stay undefeated. The Buckeyes have looked dominant to start the year, but they will likely need to run the table to feel confident in their Playoff hopes.

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As teams finalize preparation for the week, Bill Connelly put out ESPN’s SP+ predictions for all the Week 6 action. Here is how that system is predicting all the B1G action:

  • Iowa 22, Michigan 26
  • Purdue 19, Penn State 45
  • Maryland 32, Rutgers 20
  • Kent State 6, Wisconsin 48
  • Illinois 28, Minnesota 39
  • Northwestern 17, Nebraska 27
  • Michigan State 16, Ohio State 33