Thursday, February 27, 2014

Big Tentacles: Devin Gardner, Mark Dantonio, Joel Stave, and more.

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

The Constant Gardner.
Michigan head coach Brady Hoke shows surprise as Wolverine starting quarterback Devin Gardner fully participates in the first spring practice of 2014. Gardner has been recovering from a toe injury suffered during the Ohio State-Michigan game last season. (The Detroit Free Press)

Next Position, Please.
Hoke also makes position changes on both his coaching staff, and on the player's roster. The most notable change is strongside linebacker Jake Long moving to middle linebacker. (Maize n Brew)

Gimmie Some Money.
Michigan State officially rewards head coach Mark Dantonio a new raise. (The Detroit Free Press)

Trout Fishing in America.
Eleven Warriors profiles Ohio State early enrollee offensive tackle Kyle Trout.

Spring forward. 
Alex Prewitt previews Maryland's offense as the Terrapins' 2014 spring practice begins on Saturday. (The Washington Post)

Quarterback to the Future.
Jake Kocorowski looks at Wisconsin's QB depth chart going into spring practice. Joel "Drops of Jupiter" Stave might have competition for his starting QB job this spring from redshirt sophomore Bart Houston.  (Bucky's 5th Quarter)


Walk-on The Wild Side.
Massachusetts high school senior long snapper Sam York becomes a walk-on commitment for Ohio State's 2014 recruiting class. (Land-Grant Holy Land


Oh child, please!
Corn Nation looks at a petition to change Nebraska's main Big Ten rivalry from Iowa to Wisconsin. I would assume the intent is to make the Badgers the last opponent on the Cornhuskers' schedule, as Nebraska, Wisconsin and Iowa are all now in the same division. Sadly, nothing in the B1G is going to ever compare to Nebraska vs. Oklahoma, so y'all should be trying to figure out a way to get that one back up and running.

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