Ted Roof knows the opportunity that lurks at Penn State. He knows what can be accomplished. That’s why he’s excited to be part of Bill O’Brien’s first staff. Roof also knows there’s work to do.
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The more I really dig into each week of the 2012 Big Ten college football season with my schedule analysis, the more excited I get about football. In this post I look at Week 11 with my usual categories: top expected stories, my game of the week (hint: it involves the two teams in the video in this post), best quarterback and coordinator matchups, my upset alert, and my game rankings.
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It’s the last day of May, and the Big Ten football news is still percolating. Isn’t life beautiful? Let’s take a look at three big games for Penn State, a schedule update, and, yes, some more college football playoff talk.
Every championship team needs a good quarterback. And it’s also helpful to have a decent backup, as injury often is commonplace in this era of running signal-callers.
Another day, another opportunity to look ahead to the 2012 college football season. Today, I continue to explore each week of the Big Ten campaign with a detailed look at Week 10. Be sure to catch these games: Nebraska at Michigan State and Penn State at Purdue. Don’t remember what happened the last time the Huskers and Spartans battled? Watch the highlights now. Oh, and don’t forget to look back at my first nine weekly schedule previews. Find Week 10 in this post.
The Big Ten announced on Wednesday the 24 student-athletes named Outstanding Sportsmanship Award winners for the 2011-12 academic year. These individuals were chosen from a group of 300 student-athletes honored throughout the academic year who had displayed positive sportsmanship.
The calendar hasn’t even flipped to June, but some already are talking Heisman Trophy. Why not? I found one writer who lists his top candidates. Read what he wrote and tell me what you think.