Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Big Ten Fallout: Jim Harbaugh, Mark Dantonio, Jack Conklin, and...Bret Bielema?

Welcome to the Fallout - Big Ten edition. 

Bret Bielema? What's he doing here? 

I've got a little list. I've got a little list. 
Pat Forde places first-year Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh at the top of his list of "College football's most intriguing coaches of 2015." Ohio State's Urban Meyer comes in at second. Iowa's Kirk Ferentz, Nebraska's Mike Riley, Wisconsin's Paul Chryst, and Michigan State's Mark Dantonio also make the list. (Dr. Saturday)

I Ain't Ever Satisfied. 
Mike Griffith profiles Michigan St. head coach Mark Dantonio, whom despite the Spartans' going 11-2 last season, beating Baylor in the Cotton Bowl, and beating Michigan for the sixth time out of seven years, is still not satisfied with the Spartans' level of success. (mLive.com)

Jack Attack!
Bill Landis profiles Michigan St. offensive tackle Jack Conklin. (cleveland.com)

Life is just a cocktail party. 
Off Tackle Empire kicks off its Michigan St. week with the traditional Michigan State Cocktail Party.

Full Nelson.
Marc Morehouse profiles Iowa defensive end Matt Nelson. (The Cedar Rapids Gazette)

To Hate Like This is to Be Happy Forever.
Scott Dochterman profiles Minnesota players who have their own personal reasons to hate Iowa. (The Cedar Rapids Gazette)

It's the Little things that kill.
Pete Volk profiles Maryland freshman outside linebacker Gus Little. (Testudo Times)

So we're told this is the Golden Age. 
Tom Dienhart ponders whether The Big Ten is on the brink of a new "Golden Age." (Big Ten Network)


There's a possibility, but no chance. 
Patrick Vint takes a tweet about a meeting between Arkansas head coach (and Iowa alumni) Bret Bielema and legendary former Iowa head coach Haden Fry, and speculates that Bielema coaching Iowa someday (presumably when Kirk Ferentz is an ex-Hawkeye head coach) isn't out of the question. (Black Heart Gold Pants)

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