Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Micah Hyde, Ohio State, and more.


Big Tentacles  The SWRT look at the Big Ten, and its sway over the college football landscape.


Micah Hyde is an ex-Iowa team captain.
Iowa cornerback Micah Hyde has been stripped of his role as team captain in the wake of his arrest this weekend on charges of public intoxication, but will play in this Saturday's game against Michigan State. (Black Heart Gold Pants)

In other non-Micah Hyde Hyde related Big Ten news...
Kyle Rowland profiles Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde. (Eleven Warriors)

Buckeye conundrum. 
Stewart Mandel ponders whether Ohio St. can go undefeated in 2012, and the possibility that the Buckeyes could wind up at no. 1 in the AP poll, despite being banhammered out of the postseason by the NCAA. (SI.com)

Badgers vs. Boilermakers.
Mike Fiammetta previews Saturday's Wisconsin-Purdue game. (Bucky's 5th Quarter)

Bo Pelini on the Hot Seat?
Nebraska's loss to Ohio St. last Saturday certainly didn't help him out any. (Corn Nation)

Insanity


Awkward film simile of the day.
Black Heart Gold Pants compares the process of the Iowa Hawkeyes and its head football coach Kirk Frentz searching for their shared identity in a lackluster 2012 college football season to Kris Kristofferson's character in Semi-Tough going through est training in the film. And you though BHGP's only let its freak hang out in its satirical pieces.