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Big Tentacles - The Big Ten and it's influence over the college football landscape. Three is a Magic Number. Ramzy Nasrallah looks at Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke's upcoming third season in Ann Arbor, and looks back at the third seasons of previous Wolverine HC's. (Eleven Warriors) Is it getting hot in here, or is it just me?  Ohio State athletic director winds up on Peter Berkes' list of AD's who could be on the Hot Seat in 2013. (SB*Nation) A Brief History of Fitz.  Rohan Nadkarni provides "The oral history of the Pat Fitzgerald era" at Northwestern. (The Daily Northwestern) But I would walk five hundred miles. And I would walk five hundred more. Corn Nation looks at the difficulties Nebraska has when it comes to recruiting the 500 mile area surrounding the Lincoln campus.  Insanity First we take Manhattan. Then we take Berlin.  Ted Glover looks at Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany's plans for world dominatio...
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