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Archive | August, 2012

Ohio Poll: 60-2 In Favor Of Urban Meyer

August 16, 2012

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Public Policy Polling – fresh off of getting Wisconsin wrong again – takes a look at the really important issues in Ohio. Namely: football. Ohio State fans are happy with the job Urban Meyer is doing so far as their football coach. 60% approve, while only 2% disapprove. 38% say they’re not sure and are […]

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Patterson Won’t Play At Indiana

August 15, 2012

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The Movement has lost a member: Due to failure to meet academic requirements in summer school, former Broad Ripple High School basketball standout Ron Patterson will transfer from Indiana. Patterson’s former AAU coach, Chris Hawkins, said the 6-3 guard had cleared all of the academic hurdles to enroll at Indiana, but did not meet all […]

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Sadly, Penn State Alums Fight To Clear Paterno Name

August 14, 2012

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  The proprietors of a website called The Framing of Joe Paterno have commissioned a poll that shows that the public has less than solid grasp on the details of the Jerry Sandusky scandal at Penn State. The implication, according to the poll’s sponsors, of the results “(proves) our premise that the extreme media bias in […]

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McKayla Is Not Impressed By The Watford Shot

August 14, 2012

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Sure Christian Watford won an ESPY, but McKayla is not impressed. (This is our first ever attempt at a Photoshop, so be kind.)

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When Does The AP Release College Football Top 25 Poll?

August 13, 2012

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August 18. Hurry up! We have Poll Watch to publish.

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Bracketology: Offseason 2013 Edition

August 13, 2012

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It’s never too early for Bracketology from Joe Lunardi.

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Denard Robinson Thinks He Can Beat Bolt (In 40)

August 13, 2012

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Denard Robinson says he thinks he can beat Usain Bolt in a 40-yard dash: “I’ve watched him run, and I’m pretty sure I can beat him in a 40-yard dash,” Robinson said at Michigan’s media day on Sunday. “I’d get a better start, and I could take him. “At 60 yards, I’d be in trouble, […]

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Badgers Highlight SI’s All-American Team

August 9, 2012

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Three Big Ten players were named Thursday to Sports Illustrated’s preseason All-American football team: Wisconsin running back Montee Ball, Wisconsin tackle Ricky Wagner and Purdue defensive tackle Kawann Short. Big Ten second-teamers include Nebraska running back Rex Burkhead, Wisconsin offensive lineman Travis Frederick and Michigan State defensive lineman William Gholston. Given that, Wisconsin will clearly […]

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Indiana Fans React To Trey Lyles Decision

August 8, 2012

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News got out Tuesday that Trey Lyles – a 17-year-old who had committed to attend Indiana in 2014 – had decided to reopen his recruiting. Hoosiers coach Tom Crean prefaced Lyles’ announcement on Twitter with some measured and cryptic Tweets. Once it became clear what he was talking about, some Indiana fans weren’t quite so […]

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We Are … Reacting To Uniform Changes

August 7, 2012

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With the announcement that Penn State is adding player names to its football uniforms, we headed to the #WeAre hashtag on Twitter to take the pulse of the Penn State Family. At first blush, it was quite measured. Happy we’re honoring the players that stayed and paying tribute to the victims. Things change. Get over […]

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Penn State Adds Names To Football Uniforms

August 7, 2012

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Meltdowns are sure to occur in the wake of this news: UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – When they take the field at Beaver Stadium for their 126th season, The Pennsylvania State University football team will wear uniforms featuring a blue ribbon to support all victims of child abuse. Also, for the first time, the names of each […]

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Wisconsin’s Special Outfits For Nebraska Game

August 7, 2012

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Here are the Wisconsin uniforms for their game against Nebraska, which will be wearing these. And a video:

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Hope, Bielema Lose Popularity Contest

August 7, 2012

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ESPN continues its survey of Big Ten football players, today asking “Which Big Ten coach would you least like to play for?” The results: Danny Hope, Purdue — 4 votes Bret Bielema, Wisconsin — 4 votes Kevin Wilson, Indiana — 3 votes Urban Meyer, Ohio State — 2 votes Brady Hoke, Michigan — 2 votes […]

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Penn State Trustees Get Meddlesome

August 6, 2012

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The circus just can’t seem to move on from Happy Valley, as ESPN reports: At least two Penn State Board of Trustees members intend to file an appeal Monday afternoon with the NCAA over sanctions levied against the university after the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal because they say the NCAA did not give the […]

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Urban Meyer Wins Popularity Poll

August 6, 2012

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ESPN surveyed 28 Big Ten players about which other coaches in the Big Ten they would most like to play for, with the following results: Urban Meyer, Ohio State — 8 votes Kirk Ferentz, Iowa — 6 votes Mark Dantonio, Michigan State — 4 votes Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern — 3 votes Brady Hoke, Michigan — […]

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Coaches Poll: Zeller Most Coveted Player

August 6, 2012

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CBS is asking college basketball a series of questions about players, coaches and programs – and today’s has a distinct Big Ten flavor. They asked 70 coaches, “If you could add any one player to your team for next season, who would it be?” Here are the results: Indiana sophomore Cody Zeller: 35 percent UCLA […]

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