I like how Michigan matches up with VTech, so I actually give the edge to Michigan.
I think OSU with the extra practice is actually better than Florida, so I'm going for Big Ten again.
Iowa-Oklahoma probably won't be pretty and I'm pretty sure this isn't going to be good for the Big Ten.
After that, I think Nebraska and MSU can stick with their opponents and have a decent chance of winning. Neither will be favored but I think they can put up good fights and have a chance. The thing about Nebraska is that they are pretty one dimensional and South Carolina has a great D-line, so that's a little scary. Georgia will probably favored, they are probably a better team than VTech actually, but I think if State gets their D backfield in order and runs an offense like they did against Wisc they could make it a good game. I'll give two more loses for the Big Ten, but I wouldn't be surprised to go 1-1 out of these two.
Purdue against Western should be entertaining. Western seemed to peak at the wrong time and Purdue got better over the year, I would say that's about a push.
aTm is way more talented than Northwestern. But they lost their coach and have figured out amazing ways to lose a lot of games. I still think they win, but you never know with them. UCLA and Illinois should be a bit boring. Both teams lose their coaches, could get sloppy. I say push.
IMO, Penn State's defense rolls on Houston, but their lack of offense keeps it close. Penn State is better suited against the run, which isn't a nice match up, but I think they probably have their best run game on offense too. I say another push.
Wisc-Oregon will be a shoot-out and I say push their as well.
So overall, I think the Big Ten takes 4-5 games this year. Not a bad turn out, but things could go either way. Lots of interesting match ups.