Ohio State is the Big Ten’s best CFP hope after Week 3

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In the end, as many had expected, it didn’t matter that Ohio State coach Urban Meyer was suspended for the first three games — at least as far as the Buckeyes’ win-loss record is concerned. With its 40-28 win against No. 15 TCU in Arlington, Texas, on Saturday night, Ohio State showed its resiliency and resolve against its first really challenging opponent, and made a statement that it’s to be taken seriously in the College Football Playoff race.

The rest of the Big Ten … not so much.

Michigan lost to Notre Dame in Week 1 and on Saturday had 13 penalties for 137 yards in a win against SMU. Penn State needed overtime to beat Appalachian State in its opener, but is still 3-0 and looking amazing! — against nobody. Michigan State blew a 10-point, fourth-quarter lead last week and lost at Arizona State. Nebraska lost at home to Troy. Maryland lost at home to Temple. Northwestern lost at home to Akron. Rutgers lost at Kansas. Oh, and Wisconsin lost at home on Saturday to BYU

Article source: http://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/page/roadtochamp091618/ohio-state-buckeyes-big-ten-best-hope-college-football-playoff

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