The Brawl for It All.
Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer and Michigan HC Brady Hoke are turning recruiting in the Big Ten into a full-contact sport. (Land-Grant Holy Land)
The Leader of the Pack.
Michigan led the nation in home game attendance in 2012 with an average of 112,252 per game at Michigan Stadium. (SB*Nation Detroit)
All we need is just a little patience.
Tom Shatel wonders if the Nebraska faithful will be as patient with Nebraska HC Bo Pelini in the Big Ten as they were with former Husker HC Tom Osbourne. (The Omaha World-Herald)
Every Dawg Has Its Day.
Jon Nyayawa looks at Nebraska's 2013 Capital One Bowl opponent Georgia. (The Omaha World-Herald)
Getting to Know You.
Black Heart Gold Pants tries to figure out what Rutgers will bring to the table when it enters the Big Ten in 2014.
Hankins goes pro.
Ohio State defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins announces he's foregoing his senior year in Columbus to enter the 2013 NFL Draft. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)
The only easy day was yesterday.
New Purdue head football coach Darrell Hazell will face a tough schedule in his first season at the helm of the Boilermakers. The schedule includes Cincinnati, Notre Dame, and Nebraska, as well as fellow Big Ten Leaders Division rivals Ohio St., Penn State, and Wisconsin. (The Indianapolis Star)
So what does it mean to me?
Lake the Posts looks at how the 2013 college football coaching merry-go-round impacts Northwestern in 2013. The Wildcats face two opponents on its 2013 schedule (Cal and Wisconsin) who will have new HC's next season.