As we all wake up from celebrating a Big Ten team winning the national championship for a change, the reality is all 14 conference teams are also moving forward to the 2015 season ahead. For 10 Big Ten teams they’ve gotten a small glimpse of the future with bowl game practices available.
So, as we look towards the future, what do things look like across the Big Ten landscape? Well, given the top five running backs are gone, some of the top wide receivers are off to the NFL and a host of underclassmen have declared for the NLF draft things are going to look a lot different in the Big Ten during the 2015 season.
In fact, there are so many holes in the majority of Big Ten rosters that who we thought teams were in 2014 has very little barring on where we see things shaking out in 2015.
Let’s get right down to it though, and here are our way-too-early 2015 Big Ten football power rankings.
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