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Big Tentacles - The Big Ten and its influence over college football.  I've got a little list, I've got a little list.  Stewart Mandel names Ohio State head football coach the second best coach in college football (right behind Alabama's Nick Saban, of course.) (SI.com) And now the bad news for the Big Ten... Mandel names Illinois' Tim Beckman and Iowa's Kirk Ferentz as two of the five worst coaches in college football. (SI.com) Oh yeah? Tom Fornelli defends Beckman against Mandel's putting the Illini HC on his worst coaches list. (The Champaign Room) What he said! Adam Jacobi isn't too thrilled with what Mandel had to say about Frentz, either. (Black Heart Gold Pants) The Constant Gardener.  Kyle Meinke profiles Michigan starting quarterback Devin Gardner. (mLive.com) Blunt Object. Mark Cerimele profiles Ohio St. wide receiver Stacy Blunt. (Buckeye Empire) He went to Jarrod! A Lion Eye profiles Illinois defensive lin...
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