Found November 05, 2012 on Shirts With Random Triangles:
Big Tentacles A Work in Progress. Nebraska starting quarterback Taylor Martinez's work to improve his skills is showing on the field. (The Lincoln Journal-Star) Be afraid. Be very afraid. Indiana's win over Iowa is making Louis Bien nervous that the Hoosiers could upset Wisconsin as well. (Bucky's 5th Quarter) So come up to the lab. And see what's on the slab. Black Heart Gold Pants does an autopsy on Iowa's 24-21 loss to Indiana. The blame game.Taylor Mile Hlas puts the blame for Iowa's loss to Indiana squarly on the back of hawkeyes' head football coach Kirk Ferentz. (The Cedar Rapids Gazette) On the plus side for Iowa... It's not Michigan State, which has even gone further down the downward spiral than even the Hawkeyes have. (Off Tackle Empire) Recruiting Wisconsin. New Jersey high school senior tailback Corey Clement verbally commits to Wisconsin's 2013 recruiting class. (The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel)
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