Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Big Tentacles: Christian Hackenberg, Hayden Fry, J.T. Barrett, and more.

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

I've seen the future, and it will be. 
Christopher M. Logue declares that Penn State starting quarterback Christian Hackenberg will be a "future NFL Hall of Famer." (Views-Reviews-Sports)

Hunting Hackenburg. 
Joshua Hanschke looks at how Michigan's defense is preparing for Hackenberg and the Penn State offense. (Maize N' Brew)

Pour Some Sugar on Me?
Off Tackle Empire's Mike Jones predicts Michigan State will face Florida State in the Sugar Bowl as part of the inagurial College Football Playoff, with Auburn meeting Baylor on the other side of the CFP bracket in the Rose Bowl.

Ahead of the Curve. 
Black Heart Gold Pants looks at how legendary former Iowa head coach Hayden Fry called for a four-team playoff format for college football way back in 1985.

Lack of student participation: It's not just for Michigan anymore. 
Michigan State Mark Hollis announces disappointment for the student section at Spartan Stadium not being completly filled up during last Saturday night's 27-22 win over Nebraska. (ESPN)

Bad officiating? I'm shocked. SHOCKED, I tell you!
David Jones uses a blown call in Saturday's Rutgers-Michigan game to criticize the state of officiating in Big Ten games. (pennlive.com)

Grin and Barrett. 
Tim May profiles Ohio State starting QB J.T. Barrett. (The Columbus Dispatch)

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