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Big Tentacles: Urban Meyer, Delton Williams, Iowa and...Street Fighter?

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

Big Tentacles: Urban Meyer, Delton Williams, Iowa and...Street Fighter?

Under Pressure?
Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer discusses the pressure on the Buckeyes as the the teams 18-game winning streak continues. (ESPN)

Buyer's remorse?
Mike Hlas comments on how Iowa's just released Big Ten schedules for 2018-2019 show how the Hawkeyes will only play Michigan State and Ohio State only once between 2014 and 2019, while playing Penn State four times, and Maryland three times during the same peroid. How's that Big Ten expansion feel now? (The Cedar Rapids Gazette)

Delton Dawn.
Mike Griffith profiles Michigan State running back Delton Williams. (

Moudy Blues.
Jon Nyatawa profiles Nebraska offensive lineman Mike Moudy. (The Omaha World-Herald)

Know Your Enemy.
Lake the Posts takes a look at Northwestern's Week 7 opponent Minnesota.



Nebraska injury news.
Nebraska right guard Spencer Long may be lost for the season due to a knee injury in the Cornhuskers' win over Purdue. (The Lincoln Journal Star)



Street Fighting Man.
Off Tackle Empire's Week 7 "B1G Power Poll" includes comparisons of Big Ten teams to Street Fighter characters. The comparison of Iowa to Guile is awesome and appropriate for the school that brought us Ricky Stanzi.

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