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Thursday, November 1, 2012
Big Ten lunch links
By Adam Rittenberg
Wake up, Delgado. Locked box, from Colombia, no more questions. It's obviously a human head.
Tim Tebow is an Ohio State fan now
, and he discusses Braxton Miller and other topics with Doug Lesmerises. Ohio State
focuses on its "special" problems
Denard Robinson (elbow) is
expected to start at quarterback for Michigan
at Minnesota. The Wolverines have
always bounced back from losses under Brady Hoke
, which used to be terrible, is now a strength.
A look at where Taylor Martinez
ranks among Nebraska's top quarterbacks
. Nebraska linebacker David Santos is
starting to show off his potential
. Huskers fullback Mike Marrow is
sidelined with a knee injury
The Big Ten's collective struggles
will cost the league come bowl-payout time
Minnesota cornerback Michael Carter says
his famous cousin, Tyrone, saved his career with the Gophers
. Troy Stoudermire's success on defense is
hurting Stoudermire's chase of the NCAA kick return yards record
Michigan State coaches
want their top running back to get downhill faster
Spartans safeties are questionable
for Saturday's game against Nebraska.
Kirk Ferentz faces the music again
, and has to defend his offensive coordinator. Randy Peterson answers
five Hawkeyes football questions
Penn State quarterback Matt McGloin is
making the most of his senior season
. The Lions'
special teams units are being scrutinized
In case you missed it,
former Penn State president Graham Spanier has been charged
with perjury and obstruction of justice. Jerry Sandusky, by the way, is
in jail with the worst of the worst
Purdue's struggles after Joe Tiller
underscore the magic Tiller did in West Lafayette
Boilers hope a versatile weapon can spark
their offense against PSU.
Illinois' defensive struggles
have come as a surprise this season.
Wisconsin's defense is
seeing red in the red zone
still has plenty of work to do in the open week