Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Big Tentacles: Noah Spence, Penn State, recruiting, and more.

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

Spence's father defends son. 
The Father of suspended Ohio State defensive end Noah Spence says that this son's suspension is the result of the unintentional consumption of a drink at a party that was spiked with ecstacy. (

Brutus vs. Sparty.
Kyle Rowland looks at the budding rivalry between Ohio State and Michigan State in the wake of the Spartan's one-two punch of ending the undefeated streaks of both the Buckeyes' football and men's basketball teams. (Eleven Warriors)

All roads lead to Roman?
Penn State has reportedly interviewed San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman for its vacant head coaching position. (CBS Sports)

Building the Perfect Beast.
Marc Morehouse looks into five areas where Iowa needs to build upon in order to continue with its surprising success in 2013. (The Cedar Rapids Gazette)

The Hull of the Moon.
Maryland wide recrivers coach Lee Hull is departing the program to become head coach of Morgan State. (The Washington Post)

The End is the Beginning is the End. 
Drew Sharp explains how the end of the BCS and the beginning of the College Football Playoff bides well for the Big Ten. (The Detroit Free Press)

Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes?
Rich Kaipust looks at the Nebraska players will step to take the starting positions left open by the departure of senior offensive linemen such as Brent Qvale and Jeremiah Sirles. (The Omaha World-Herald)


Indiana recruiting.
Indiana high school senior wide receiver Dominique Booth commits to Indiana's 2014 recruiting class. (The Crimson Quarry)

Indiana recruiting, part deux.
Florida high school cornerback Derrick Tindal commits to Indiana's 2014 recruiting class. (The Crimson Quarry)

The Picture of Derwin Gray.
Maryland signs JUCO offensive tackle Derwin Gray to its 2014 recruiting class. (Testudo Times)

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