Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Big Tentacles: Bo Pelini, Julie Herman, Cam Burrows, and more.

Big Tentacles - The Big Ten and it's influence over college football.

Relax! Don't do it!
Corn Nation looks at how Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini is starting to relax a little in Lincoln following a tense 2013 season. This includes engaging in banter with his fake Twitter clone, @FauxPelini, and making nice with the Omaha media. (The Omaha World-Herald)

A Brief History of Time.
Pete Volk takes a look at the myriad controversies surrounding  Rugters AD Julie Herman, and a selection of controversial soundbites she has made since she took the job in 2013. (SB*Nation)

Next Position, Please.
Doug Lesmerises profiles Ohio State cornerback-turned-safety Cam Burrows. (Cleveland.com)

Thank you, Sir. May I have another?
Lesmerises also profiles Ohio St. linebacker Darron Lee. (Cleveland.com)

Thank you, Sir. May I have another?
Bill Rabinowitz profiles Ohio St. nose guard-turned-offensive lineman Joel Hale. (The Columbus Register)

When It All Goes South.
Marc Morehouse looks at Iowa's recruiting initiative in the South. (The Cedar Rapids Gazette)

Alston Down the Line.
Marc Morehouse profiles Iowa linebacker Quinton Alston. (The Cleveland Plain Dealer)

Can You Diggs It?
Alex Prewitt profiles Maryland wide receiver Stefon Diggs. (The Washington Post)

All of the Lights.
Penn State and Michigan will play only the third nighttime game in Michigan Stadium history. The first two Wolverine home games under the lights were against Notre Dame. (Maize N Brew)

Do the Freddie.
Mark Snyder profiles Michigan freshman WR Freddy Canteen. (The Detroit Free Press)

Ask Kevin Williams. 
Rich Kaipust profiles Nebraska defensive tackle Kevin Williams. (The Omaha World-Herald)



Walk-On the Wild Side.
Michigan State adds Marlyand high school senior quarterback Colar Kuhns as a walk-on to its 2014 recruiting class. (mLive.com)

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