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Tuesday, October 8, 2013
Big Ten lunchtime links
By Adam Rittenberg
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Minnesota AD Norwood Teague tells John Feinstein that
he wants Jerry Kill to coach there for a very long time
. Former Gophers players
weigh in on Kill's situation
. Kill's coordinators
remain very much in his corner
RB Melvin Gordon is
eager to return for Wisconsin this week
. TE Jacob Pedersen also
looks forward to returning to the field
Gary Andersen reaches out to former Badgers players
needs some takeaways in the worst way
. Despite two early losses,
the Lions say they have plenty to play for
. Penn State
could bring back "Sweet Caroline"
for Saturday's game after doing so against Kent State.
Bo Pelini has some interesting thoughts on hurry-up offenses
. Young Huskers LBs
Michael Rose and Jared Afalava are movin' on up
If LB Jake Ryan returns,
Michigan will have added flexibility
with Brennen Beyer. Will the Wolverines let Devin Funchess
run wild again?
gets ready for the noise
in Happy Valley.
Despite some shaky moments, Braxton Miller
came through for Ohio State
. That was an
expensive touchdown the Buckeyes scored
late Saturday night.
Pat Fitzgerald talks about his decision to challenge the spot
on Saturday. Another
physical test awaits the Wildcats
Despite some bright spots on offense,
Michigan State still must be better in the red zone
good Spartans questions and answers
Indiana coach Kevin Wilson might have an offensive background, but
he's spending more time with the Hoosiers' defense
(subscription required). Pete DiPrimio wonders
if IU can finally build on its success
. Indiana's quarterbacks
aim for Wilson's goal of 70 percent completions
Tom Dienhart's latest
Big Ten bowl projections
up-tempo offense will be tested Saturday
in East Lansing.
latest commit for the 2014 class
has a familiar name.
quick thoughts on Iowa's loss
. The Hawkeyes lost to a Michigan school but
added a recruit from Detroit
. The open week
gives Iowa a chance to heal up
Purdue's Rob Henry
shows he's a team-first guy by moving to safety
. The Boilers'
newest commit could play on either side
of the ball.
Dennis Dodd likes the
look of the College Football Playoff selection committee