Big Ten Football: Monday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 20, 2010

COLUMBUS, OH - SEPTEMBER 18:  Terrelle Pryor #2 of the Ohio State Buckeyes blows kisses to a TV camera while stretching before a game against the Ohio Bobcats at Ohio Stadium on September 18, 2010 in Columbus, Ohio.  (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)
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Illinois guard Hugh Thornton was released from the hospital Saturday after receiving a helmet to the back of his neck during the Illini’s game with Northern Illinois.

Who handed Western Kentucky its 23rd consecutive defeat?

Iowa, as a team, is putting the blame for its loss to Arizona on the Hawkeye special teams.

Denard Robinson had another big day for Michigan as the Wolverines “escaped” embarrassment and a loss to Massachusetts in the Big House.

If you watched the Notre Dame-Michigan State game, then you know how it ended. The NCAA and Big East agreed that there was no controversy on the final play of the game.

For Minnesota, defeating a ranked opponent does not seem too far out of the question now.

If you throw seven incompletions in the first half, and that total is more than what you recorded in your previous two games combined...would you consider that impressive?

Ohio State’s Terrelle Pryor set a single-game consecutive-completion record for the Buckeyes as Ohio State sailed to a smooth 43-7 victory over Ohio on Saturday. (My note: I made a terrible call earlier last week calling for the Bobcats to play Ohio State tough. My shoe tasted awful, by the way.)

Penn State scored early against Kent State in their bout this past Saturday, but the Nittany Lions’ offense died down quickly.

Purdue received a scare on Saturday as quarterback Robert Marve left the game with an injury.

Is Wisconsin flying under the BCS radar?