We’ve surpassed the halfway mark. Hard to believe, isn’t it?

The B1G season started way too late and it seems to be concluding far too early. After this weekend, five weeks of the nine-game schedule will be in the books and the conference will be on the back end of the 2020 campaign. And this may be the biggest weekend of them all.

A battle of bests highlights the weekend, as No. 3 Ohio State (3-0) hosts No. 9 Indiana (4-0) for the top spot in the B1G East. Over in the West, No. 19 Northwestern (4-0) takes on No. 10 Wisconsin (2-0) for the No. 1 position in the division. It’s going to be a lot of fun.

Before we start looking ahead to Week 5, here are the results from our Week 4 selections, as well as our season totals:

  • Dustin Schutte, Managing Editor: 4-2 (16-9)
  • Paul Harvey, News Editor/Writer: 3-3 (14-11)
  • Ryan O’Gara, B1G Columnist: 3-3 (10-15)
  • Connor O’Gara, National Columnist: 0-6 (9-16)

In addition to the two marquee games, there are plenty of interesting matchups. Both Rutgers and Michigan are looking to end three-game losing streaks, Nebraska and Illinois are both coming off their first win last Saturday and Penn State still has a bagel in the “W” column.

How will things turn out this weekend? We make our weekly selections:

Purdue (-3) vs. Minnesota

Dustin: Purdue (-3)

Paul: Purdue (-3)

Ryan: Minnesota (+3)

Connor: Purdue (-3)

#9 Indiana vs. #3 Ohio State (-20.5)

Dustin: Indiana (+20.5)

Paul: Indiana (+20.5)

Ryan: Ohio State (-20.5)

Connor: Indiana (+20.5)

Illinois vs. Nebraska (-15.5)

Dustin: Illinois (+15.5)

Paul: Illinois (+15.5)

Ryan: Nebraska (-15.5)

Connor: Nebraska (-15.5)

Michigan State vs. Maryland (-6)

*Game canceled due to COVID-19

#10 Wisconsin (-7.5) vs. #19 Northwestern

Dustin: Northwestern (+7.5)

Paul: Wisconsin (-7.5)

Ryan: Northwestern (+7.5)

Connor: Northwestern (+7.5)

Iowa (-2.5) vs. Penn State

Dustin: Iowa (-2.5)

Paul: Iowa (-2.5)

Ryan: Penn State (+2.5)

Connor: Penn State (+2.5)

Michigan (-7.5) vs. Rutgers

Dustin: Rutgers (+7.5)

Paul: Michigan (-7.5)

Ryan: Rutgers (+7.5)

Connor: Michigan (-7.5)