Thursday, March 22, 2012

Big Tentacles: Urban Meyer's new home, Kirk Ferentz, and a delusional Golden Gopher.

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

Home Sweet Home.
Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer pays out $1.45 million for a 11,700 square ft. house in Muiffield, Ohio. (The Columbus Dispatch)

More than meets the (Buck)eye.
Amalie Benjamin declares that "Ohio State is more than just a football school" as the men's basketball head for a Sweet Sixteen showdown with Cincinnati. Somebody obviously hasn't been paying too much attention. (The Boston Globe)

Construction Time Again.
Iowa HC Kirk Ferentz is facing a rebuilding situation with the Hawkeyes, while construction of a new indoor practice facility continues. (The Quad City Times)

I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For.
A Nebraska blogger is still getting used to the Huskers being in the Big Ten, and hasn't found a team or teams to hate the way he did in the Big 12. (Off Tackle Empire)

Notre Dame is becoming irrelevant.
Because Matt Hayes said so. (The Sporting News)

Use Your Delusion.
Minnesota linebacker Mike Rallis believes that the Golden Gophers can compete for a Big Ten title in 2012.

(The St. Paul Pioneer Press)

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