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3 CFB Week 2 Takeaways




1. Wide Open Big Ten East Division- Ohio State’s home loss against a short-handed Oregon team may have signaled an end a seven year run finishing in at least a share of 1st in the division, Michigan and Penn State both appear to have improved from a year ago and Indiana despite losing to Iowa still has the talent to be a factor in the race, Buckeyes get Penn St at home but must travel to Indiana and Michigan


2. Battered Big 12- the conference received good news with the future addition of BYU, Cincinnati, Central Florida, and Houston however has struggled out of the gate, QB Brock Purdy has thrown for under 200 yards in Iowa State’s first 2 games, after an impressive Week 1 victory vs Louisiana at home Texas came back down to Earth with a blowout loss vs Arkansas, Oklahoma State has looked lethargic in its opening two games struggling to put away weaker opponents while ranking 112th in rushing with Chuba Hubbard no longer in the backfield


3. Biggest Surprises of 2021- Virginia Tech- not many expected to Hokies to knock off Sam Howell and UNC, the defense thru 2 games looks much improved under second year coordinator Justin Hamilton, Toledo- QB Carter Bradley has performed well so far completing 64 percent of his passes and no interceptions thru 2 games and nearly led the Rockets to a major upset against Notre Dame in South Bend

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