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Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Big Ten Roundtable - Week 11

The Big Ten Chronicle has been chosen to lead this week's Big Ten Blogger's Roundtable. Quite a distinguished honor for us. Here are this week's questions:

1. Every year we hear that the quality of play in the Big Ten is "down" and that the conference as a whole is "weak". This season most pundits would consider the Pac 10 or SEC as superior conferences. Give your best argument for the over strength of the Big Ten and evaluated how your team would be doing if they were placed in either the Pac 10 or the SEC.

2. Pick your team's Most Valuable Player to date and tell us why he should be in consideration for Big Ten Player of the Year.

3. Sure it's the time of year that has most fans looking ahead to Bowl games, but we covered that last week. Plus, basketball season has officially begun! If you plan on covering basketball, give a brief analysis on your team and how far they will go in this year's postseason (Final 4, Sweet 16, NIT, friend's couch, etc.).

Bonus Question:
It's time again for annual "rip on the BCS" party! In your opinion, what is the best way for college football to determine its National Championship?
Current BCS system, current system plus one, 16-team playoff, 4-team playoff, something totally cool I've never even thought of before?

Please check back later in the week for our answers and a complete wrap-up of the Roundtable.

Comments on "Big Ten Roundtable - Week 11"

 

Blogger Lake The Posts said ... (November 8, 2007 at 8:41 AM) : 

LTPs are up
http://www.laketheposts.com/2007/11/big-ten-blogger-roundtable-week-11.html

 

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