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Big Tentacles: Ohio State, Joel Stave, Ameer Abdullah, and more.


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

Big Tentacles: Ohio State, Joel Stave, Ameer Abdullah, and more.


Thanks for nothing!
 Yeshayahu Ginsburg explains how the 2013 Big Ten schedule doesn't help Ohio State's chances of competing for the BCS title. (The Columbus Dispatch)


You've got you're troubles, I've got mine.
Mark Snyder looks at the issues surrounding Michigan's on-the-field performance following its first loss of the season to Penn State. The bad news for the Wolverines: the heart of its Legends division schedule is on the horizon. (The Detroit Free Press)

It's Getting Better All the Time.
Seth Gruen looks at how Wisconsin starting quarterback Joel State continued improvement is aiding the Badgers' offense. (The Chicago Sun-Times)

I Want to Take You Higher.
Drew Sharp looks at what 5-1 Michigan State needs to do to start garnering national attention. The biggest challenge: The Spartans' ability to handle its success this season. (The Detroit Free Press)

Abdullah the Butcher.
Steven M. Sipple profiles Nebraska running back Ameer Abdullah. (The Lincoln Journal Star)

Halfway Gone. 
Rodger Sherman looks at Northwestern at the halfway mark of the season, and following two losses against Ohio State and Wisconsin. (Sippin' on Purple)

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