We can all agree it would be sad to see @FauxPelini have to go.
The Cornhuskers can truly prove themselves Saturday in East Lansing.
Brady Hoke’s seat is scalding hot.
Michigan State-Oregon is must-watch TV, plus 10 Big Ten thoughts and power rankings.
To show I’m not just blowing smoke, here are some other suggested sponsors for a few of the Big Ten basketball and football coaches:
Nebraska is ready to move on from Bo Pelini’s profane rant against fans two years ago.
If you’re a college football coach and you want to vent, there’s a short list of places where you can do it safely.
Hours after Bo Pelini fired back at criticism from one of the Nebraska program’s all-time greats, he had to apologize for a profane rant in which he criticized “fair-weather” Cornhuskers fans.
Nebraska football coach Bo Pelini has a strict no-cellphone policy.
No, that wasn’t the Oregon Ducks playing in the Big Ten Championship. That was the now 8-5 Wisconsin Badgers.
A look at how each team can win Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium in the Big Ten Championship Game.
Martinez is supposedly a better passer and the defense is supposedly more disciplined. We’ll find out shortly if that is true. If it is, Nebraska might very well end up in the Rose Bowl.
Penn State’s so-called leaders seem unconcerned about the Penn State scandal because it didn’t happen on their campuses.
I’m sure that Mike Thomas has his own list of names who he’d like to see as his coach at Illinois. But my advice is this: Aim high.
Ask most coaches how they view their life’s work, and you’ll get an answer like this: “I consider myself a teacher, first and foremost.”
Adam Hoge breaks down which Big Ten coaches are on the hot seat this season and which coaches are completely safe.
Jim Harbaugh’s not coming. And Pat Fitzgerald isn’t either. But Les Miles still might be. Or maybe it’ll be Brady Hoke, some mystery candidate or, hmm…