Game 1: SportsNation's burning questions for No. 1 Ohio State at No. 18 Wisconsin
Josh (Madison, WI)
What does the addition of freshman star, James White, mean to the Badgers this year as they get ready for OSU?
Big Ten blogger Adam Rittenberg
It's huge, Josh. White complements John Clay so well, and he'll really test Ohio State's speed on defense when he gets into the open field. I'm simply amazed that a true freshman has been able to establish himself as Wisconsin 1A back next to Clay. It's a real testament to White and the coaches who recruited him. Full transcript
Game 2: SportsNation's burning questions for No. 12 Arkansas at No. 7 Auburn
Rod (Gulf Shores, AL)
What do you think of Cam Newton? Is he good enough to come out this year in the draft?
I think the jury is still out on that. He hasn't played many games. He played in junior college last year. He's a fourth-year junior. You're talking about an Auburn team that is 6-0 and they still have 6 big games left. They're only halfway through the season. We only saw glimpses of Cam Newton as a true freshman at Florida. They have LSU next week. with Newton, you see running skills, rocket arm. The only issue I have with him is that he takes some risk with his arm in making some throws and he's fortunate that they arne't picked off. We'll see how his decision making evolves. Full transcript
Game 3: SportsNation's burning questions for Texas at No. 5 Nebraska
Denard Robinson (The Big House)
Dave, I got T-Magic beat in the sprint. If I had as good of an offensive line as Nebraska does, I'd be putting up twice the numbers!
Big 12 blogger David Ubben
Maybe, but I'll still take Martinez in a dead sprint. I got e-mails from Nebraska fans calling me crazy before the season for calling their offensive line the best in the league over the summer. Seems like those have mysteriously stopped. I remember an interview I did with Keith Williams over the spring where he couldn't stop smiling when he was talking about the running game, and just kept saying, "It's nice." I have to wonder if the big guys up front have seen this coming for awhile. Full transcript
Game 4: SportsNation's burning questions for No. 15 Iowa at Michigan
Dan (Iowa City)
No Denard Robinson vs. the Number 1 Defense commentary for us?
Michigan State "held" Robinson to 301 total yards by being very disciplined. That's exactly how Iowa plays defense. Nothing fancy. The Hawkeyes just do their job. I think Iowa will win for that reason and a few others. Full transcript