Tuesday on Big Ten Football Report, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart joined Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith on the weekly show. The crew tackled plenty of topics, including the NCAA Rules Committee proposing to move kickoffs to the 35-yard line and the Football Bowl Association considering increasing the number of wins for bowl eligibility, from six to seven. Watch the video now to see what our guys think about the issues and cast your vote on both in this post. Also, watch DiNardo’s interview with new Illinois coach Tim Beckman inside.
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Tonight on The Big Ten Football Report, BTN senior writer Tom Dienhart joined host Dave Revsine and analysts Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith to give you their takes on the latest football news. Our crew took a look at the top linebackers returning for next season. Plus, they discussed the impact on a couple possible rule changes. And DiNardo sat down with new Illinois head coach Tim Beckman to talk about his plans for the Illini. Watch the interview now and see a clip from the show in this post.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson has a love song: “I Love You Denard.” Seriously. The song was written by Pat Stansik and performed by Ann Arbor band Mind’s Eyes. Robinson has endured his share of struggles during his time in Ann Arbor, from losing records to injuries to passing struggles, but this proves how much Michigan fans adore their exciting quarterback. Hear the song and see the lyrics in this post.
Looking for a Valentine’s Day present for that special someone? If your sweetheart is a college sports fan, you’re in luck. FTD is selling dyed roses in the colors of some of the nation’s most popular college teams, including Michigan, Nebraska, Penn State and Wisconsin. If your school isn’t available, you can hit up FTD’s Facebook page and request it. As you’d expect, the roses don’t come cheap. A half dozen roses, with a vase, will run you $49.99; a dozen $89.99. Read more about the roses on Dr. Saturday’s Blog.
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Basketball season is hitting its stretch run, but spring football isn’t far away. That’s why I tracked down the spring football dates for each school. And I know you’re going to ask about TV coverage. BTN.com and BTN TV have covered spring football in the past and they’ll do the same this year. When we have more information on broadcast dates and times, we’ll write a post on that, too.