EVANSTON, IL – SEPTEMBER 07: A general view of Ryan Field before the Northwestern Wildcats take on the Syracuse Orange on September 7, 2013 in Evanston, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)It was a day full of upsets in the Big Ten. So, it’s fitting that a major one would go down at night, too.The league, which has already suffered losses today to Troy, USF, BYU, Kansas and Temple, can add Akron to that list.Northwestern, a 21-point favorite, fell at home to Akron this evening. The Wildcats lost, 39-34. Akron outscored Northwestern 13-6 in the fourth quarter.It’s Akron’s first win over a Big Ten team in more than a century. Seriously.Akron knocks off Northwestern 39-34 for its first win against a Big Ten team since 1894 – yes, 1894— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) September 16, 2018The Big Ten has certainly seen better days.The B1G has losses to:TroyKansasAkronMissouriUSFTempleBYU— Dustin Schutte (@SchutteCFB) September 16, 2018At least Ohio State, Penn State and Michigan looked good today. The Big Ten is going to need to pick things up in a major way moving forward.
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