Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Big Tentacles: Tommy Armstrong, Connor Cook, Joel Stave, and more.

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

There's strong, and then there's Armstrong.
The AP profiles Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong. (AP/ESPN)

Be afraid. Be very afraid. 
Jack Cassidy looks ahead to the Apr. 16 unveiling of Illinois' new Nike-designed uniforms. (The Champaign Room)

I've seen the future, and it will be. 
The Crimson Quarry looks forward to Indiana's 2014 college football season.

Shoring up the defense.
Ari Wasserman looks at the changes made to the Ohio State defensive philosophy by head coach Urban Meyer, including the addition of first year co-defensive coordinator Chris Ash to his coaching staff. (

Boren the U.S.A. 
Doug Lesmerises profiles Ohio St. center Jacoby Boren. (

Movin' On Up.
Jeff Barker looks at Maryland's plans to mark the school's official entrance into the Big Ten on July 1. (The Baltimore Sun)

Connor Feel The Noize. 
Kyle Austin profiles Michigan State QB Connor Cook. (Note: This may be the worst tagline in SWRT history.)  (

DeAnthony's Song. 
Kyle Austin profiles Michigan St. WR DeAnthony Arnett.  (

Terry Tunes.
Mike Griffith profiles Michigan State redshirt freshman QB Damion Terry, who could see playing time on the field in certain situations in 2014. (

Heavy Nova.
Ryan Dunleavy profiles Rutgers starting QB Gary Nova. (


Wisconsin injury report.
Wisconsin starting QB Joel Stave will sit out the remainder of spring practice due to a lingering shoulder injury suffered in the 2014 Capitol One Bowl. (Bucky's 5th Quarter)


Your love is better than ice cream. 
Andrew Elmer ponders what flavors would individual Big Ten school would be if they were ice creams. There just as outrageous as @midnight's #RejectedIceCream category for Tuesday night's #HashtagWars. (Testudo Times)

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