Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Big Tentacles: Kyle Flood, Mark Hollis, Vernic Mark and Brandon Scherff, and more.

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

Wake of the Flood.
Ray Ransom profiles Rutgers head coach Kyle Flood as part of Off Tackle Empire's Rutgers week.

Ah yes, I remember it well. 
Michigan State athletic director Mark Hollis discusses the school's success in several sports, including the Spartans' victory over Stanforn in the 2014 Rose Bowl. (The Detroit Free Press)

Freak Like Me.
Northwestern linebacker Venric Mark and Iowa offensive tackle Brandon Scherff represent the Big Ten on NFL.com's list of the fourteen "Most freakish athletes in college football."

I see the future, and will be.
Bill Connelly previews Ohio State's 2014 season. (SB*Nation)

I see the future, and it works.
Johnny Ginter previews the Ohio State defensive line for the 2014 season. (Eleven Warriors)

Corn Futures.
Maize N Brew previews Nebraska's 2014 college football season. 

Jeremiah was a bullfrog Terrapin. 
Dave Tucker profiles Maryland cornerback Jeremiah Johnson. (Testudo Times)

The Safety Dance.
Todd Carton profiles Maryland safety Sean Davis. (Testudo Times)

We were merely freshmen.
Zach Travis profiles Michigan redshirt freshman running back Ross Douglas. (Maize N Brew)

Thank you. sir. May I have another?
Kevin Bunkley profiles Michigan quarterback Garrett Moores. (Maize N Brew)

No price too high?
The cheapest price for tickets to the final regularly scheduled meeting between Michigan and Notre Dame are going for $419.95. (mLive.com)

Purdue-due-due, Pur-dah-dah-dah.
Travis Miller profiles Purdue defensive end Jalani Phillips. (Hammer and Rails)

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