Ranking The Big Ten Secondaries

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1.) Michigan State

Dec 7, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Michigan State Spartans safety Isaiah Lewis (9) and safety Kurtis Drummond (27) with roses after defeating Ohio State Buckeyes 34-24 to win the 2013 Big 10 Championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

They’re the best in the Big Ten and embody the whole “No Fly Zone” mantra. Corner Darqueze Dennard is gone, but Trae Waynes is the real deal and Kurtis Drummond is an amazingly talented saftey (70 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, 4 interceptions, and 6 pass breakups). Darian Hicks will probably start alongside Waynes, while RJ Williamson grabs the other safety spot.

This team is deep at the secondary position and they have been healthy two straight seasons. Will they make it a third straight and have luck that eludes just about every team in college football? Probably, yeah.