Monday, June 13, 2011

Big Tentacles: Ohio State, Brady Hoke, and Dan Persa.

(Big Tentacles is the SWRT look at the Big Ten and the schools it not-so-secretly covets.) 

It's just a flesh wound.
Ohio State University president E. Gordon Gee claims that the school's scandal-rocked football program problems are "but a temporary condition." (ESPN)

 Jim Tressel's Muppet Babies.
A look at the kids named after Jim Tressel in the wake of the Ohio State Tresselgate scandal. (The Columbus Dispatch)

Brady Hoke using Ohio State scandal as a "teaching moment" for Michigan players. 
Of course he is. (Detroit Free Press)

Swarbuck interviewed. 
The Chicago Tribune interviews Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbuck on various issues including night games, the future of the Big East Conference, and the possibility of a future "Notre Dame Network" in the style of the Longhorn Network. (The Chicago Tribune)


Boston College Men on Northwestern. 
A look at Northwestern quarterback Dan Persa, from a Boston College man's point of view. The Wildcats go on the road to start the season against the Golden Eagles on Sept. 3.(BC Interruption)

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