Thursday, November 3, 2011

Big Tentacles: Dan Persa, Brian Kelly, Brady Hoke, and more.

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

Berry suspended. 

Ohio State suspends running back Jaamal Berry after Berry is "charged with misdemeanor assault and disorderly conduct." (The Columbus Dispatch)

There's a possibility, but no chance.
Jeremy Birmingham speculated that if Urban Meyer becomes head football coach at Ohio State next season, he might retain current head coach Luke Fickell on his staff. Somebody's watched Remember the Titans one too many time, methinks. (Eleven Warriors)

Double Trouble?
Nebraska head football coach Bo Pelini sees Northwestern quarterback Dan Persa as a "dual threat." (The Omaha World-Herald)

Demon (Deacon) Hunter. 

Notre Dame head football coach Brian Kelly expresses concern for the Irish's Saturday opponent Wake Forest. (The Chicago Tribune)

Figured You Out?
Planned Sick Days questions whether opposing defenses have figured out Iowa quarterback James Vandenberg. (Planned Sick Days)

When Captain Obvious throws his mighty shield...
First-year Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke says the program is "in transition." (The Detroit Free Press)

How to hate Michigan.
An Iowa guide to hating Michigan. Best advice, ignore the hate and just revel in the now-annual second half of the season Wolverine collapse. (The High Porch Picnic)

Damarlo Belcher is an ex-Hoosier.
Indiana head football coach Kevin Wilson dismisses Indiana wide receiver Damarlo Belcher for the ever-popular "unspecified violation of team rules." (The Indianapolis Star)

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