INSCMagazine B1G Conference Roundup: Buckeyes Rout Toledo, Michigan Blanks Connecticut, Penn State Makes Statement In Auburn.

In what was an otherwise forgettable week for the conference thanks to embarrassing non-conference losses by Michigan State, Northwestern and Syracuse, the B1G managed to salvage some conference pride thanks to Penn State, Ohio State and defending conference champion Michigan managing to carry to carry the league’s banner.

Below is our first-ever conference roundup, highlighting the top games from over this past weekend!

№3 Ohio State 77 | Toledo 21: Despite losing Heisman running back TreVeyon Henderson early in the first half, quarterback C.J. Stroud helped lead the third-ranked Buckeyes to an easy win over visiting Toledo 77–21.

Leading at halftime 42–14, the Buckeyes amassed 800-plus yards of offense in what was a show of Ohio State’s prolific offense. For the game, Stroud completed 22-of-27 passes for 367 yards and five touchdowns.

№4 Michigan 59 | Connecticut 0: Thanks to 12 rushes for 71 yards and five touchdowns by Wolverines tailback B. Corum and an efficient game from quarterback J.J. McCarthy, defending conference champion Michigan shutout visiting Connecticut 59–0

№11 Michigan State 28 | Washington 39: Thanks to former Indiana Hoosier transfer QB Michael Penix Jr. completing 24–40 for 397 yards and four touchdowns, the Huskies romped over the visiting Michigan State Spartans 39–28 at Husky Stadium. The loss was the 13th consecutive road loss vs. a Pac-12 team for Michigan State.

№22 Penn State 41 | Auburn 12: Thanks to 124 rushing yards and two touchdowns from Nittany Lions running back Nicholas Singleton, and a rushing touchdown by QB Sean Clifford, Penn State tied the school’s second largest win ever over an SEC opponent.

Indiana 33 | Western Kentucky 30: Thanks to a game-winning 51-yard field goal, the Indiana Hoosiers improved to 3–0 in a close home win over the visiting Hilltoppers, after tying the game with a touchdown and two-point conversion with :47 seconds left.

Rutgers 16 | Temple 14: Thanks to a two-point win over the Owls, Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano recorded his 79th career win, the most in school history. Temple Owls QB E.J. Warner, son of Super Bowl champion, Kurt completed 19-of-32 passes for 215 yards, one touchdown and one interception.

Minnesota 49 | Colorado 3: Thanks to 202 yards rushing on 23 carries and three touchdowns by Golden Gophers running back Mohamed Ibrahim, Minnesota routed the visiting Colorado Buffalo with ease at Huntington Park.

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Founder, Publisher and CEO of the 3x award-winning digital magazine, INSCMagazine. Please follow us on Twitter at @TheInscriberMag and on IG at @theinscribermag