The Michigan State potluck is serving green and white and looking at the Spartans' CFP resume, their strengths on offense and potential weaknesses on defense - and the weirdness of that, the chances of beating OSU, and a healthy dose of apple talk.
The Wisconsin Badgers have a new coach, but look to keep up their fairly consistent run of success. The team looks at everything from offense to defense to coaching to schedules. A solid potluck finished off with beer and cheese, because Wisconsin.
From an outside perspective, firing a nine-win coach in Pelini and hiring a close to .500 coach was a bad decision, but sometimes there's more context. Brian Towle of Corn Nation stops by to discuss Pelini, Riley, and the decisions to make a change.
Since Nebraska has been in the B1G these previews were pretty straight forward. Nine wins, four losses, second or so in the division, and okay on offense and defense. Not this year. Let's take a look at the good, bad, and otherwise going into 2015.
A year later and we're still teaching Minnesota how to say casserole. Today's potluck is a heaping spoonful of tater tots and Jerry Kill. We breeze through questions on the Gophers in 2015, new offensive threats, defensive strength, and Jerry Kill.
Let's take a look at the people who will be most responsible for Minnesota's impending success in 2015. It could be the smartest guy in the room, the player who needs to make a step forward, or the most magnificent mascot in all the land, or it could even be YOU!
The Maryland contingent is bringing the Old Bay to today's potluck where we dash a bit everywhere. Discussions abound on Randy Edsall, the Terrapin's expectations, offensive and defensive solutions, and we finish talking about the Crab Pretzel.