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Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Big Ten lunch links
By Adam Rittenberg
Coming at you from False Start City. Another nice performance, Bears.
Quarterbacks Kirk Cousins and Denard Robinson
have contrasting styles
, Matt Charboneau writes in The Detroit News.
Three big questions
entering the Michigan-Michigan State game.
Illinois WR Darius Millines (foot) is
day-to-day after missing two games
Penn State has a
scary defense and a scary offense
-- in very different ways. Bob Smizik writes that
Urban Meyer would be the perfect successor
want to change their legacy in rivalry games
. Wolverines DE Ryan Van Bergen talks about
his resemblance to Paul Bunyan
A good look at
Nebraska's potential season-saving rally
from Dirk Chatelain.
Where does Saturday's comeback rank
among the best in Huskers history?
isn't going all out on a Heisman Trophy campaign
for RussellMania. Every team talks about having a balanced offense, but
Wisconsin actually achieves it
History isn't on Purdue's side
in Happy Valley.
Dusty Kiel (ankle)
didn't practice Monday
, and Indiana expects to go with Ed Wright-Baker and Tre Roberson at quarterback against Wisconsin.
Jerry Palm won't make many friends in Wisconsin with
his latest computer rankings
, while he'll be more than welcome in Ann Arbor and Champaign.
cohesive staff isn't translating to wins
fourth-quarter defense has been U-G-L-Y
. Perhaps return specialist Venric Mark
can help the D
A look back at
Ohio State's questionable decision
not to attempt a long field goal attempt at Nebraska. The Buckeyes' collapse in Lincoln
left players and coaches baffled