Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Big Tentacles: Gary Andersen on Joel Stave, Brady Hoke, Bo Pelini on Taylor Martinez, and more.

Big Tentacles - The Big Ten and its influence over college football.

Stand By Your Man.
Wisconsin head football coach Gary Andersen says that he's happy with the progress of Badger starting quarterback Joel Stave. This despite some iffy moments in the Badgers' win over Illinois. (The Milwalkee Journal-Sentinel)

Bye, Bye. Bye.
Michigan HC Brady Hoke says that the Wolverines plan to stay focused on its in-state rivalry game against Michigan State during the team's bye week. (The Detroit Free Press)

I've seen the future, and it will be.
Off Tackle Empire's weekly bowl projections sees Ohio State playing Oregon in the Rose Bowl, and Wisconsin playing Clemson in the Orange Bowl. The Buckeyes get bumped from facing Alabama in the BCS title game (where OTE had them going last week) by Florida State.

We are not amused.
Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison expresses his displeasure over the Wolverines' defense during the team's 63-47 win over Indiana. (The Detroit Free Press)

Ride On Track?
Nebraska HC Bo Pelini says that Cornhusker starting QB Taylor Martinez is "on track" return to the field on Saturday after missing the past three games due to a turf toe injury. (The Lincoln Journal-Star)

Yes there are two paths you can go by. But in the long run, there's still time to change the road you're on.
Jesse Collins looks at both the positive and negative directions Nebraska can go down during the remainder of the season. (Off Tackle Empire)

Christian Hackenberg's spotlight moment?
Barry Leonard Jr. explains how Penn State starting QB Christian Hackenberg could put himself in the spotlight by leading the Nittany Lions to a win over unbeaten Ohio St. (Victory Bell Rings)

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