But it seems that every game is a "must-win" game of some variety. The winner of Minn/MSU has the inside-track at a top-echelon finish, while the loser has some catching up to do. It's going to be a glorious conference season to watch. I wouldn't be surprised if the winner has 4-5 losses (like last year) but still nabs a #1 seed (again, like last year).
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