Big Ten Football: Thursday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 30, 2010

MINNEAPOLIS - SEPTEMBER 13:  Minnesota Golden Gophers' head coach Tim Brewster talks with an official during the game against the Montana State Bobcats at the Metrodome on September 13, 2008 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Minnesota defeated Montana State 35-23.  (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)
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There are still 12 players on Illinois’ squad from the 2007 team that defeated No. 1 Ohio State that year.

Here is what one Indiana defender had to say about watching game film on Denard Robinson: “You throw the tape on and you kind of start to look for the cape and the 'S' on his chest.”

I never thought I would say this, but Iowa quarterback Ricky Stanzi is ranked within the top five nationally in passing efficiency.

Despite rumors being crushed each year that Notre Dame will potentially move to the Big Ten for football, one former Michigan coach believes they will in the near future.

It’s nearly confirmed. Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio is planning on coaching this weekend.

It is unclear whether he is being honest or trying to save his job, but Minnesota Tim Brewster said, “I with all my heart believe we should and could be 4-0.”

One Northwestern linebacker explains how he avoided Brewster and came directly to Pat Fitzgerald and the Wildcats.

What kind of role are tailbacks playing for Ohio State’s offense now that Terrelle Pryor holds the reins?

Penn State freshman quarterback Robert Bolden’s biggest fan is his mother.

There is talk of a position conversion if Robert Marve cannot compete at quarterback for Purdue.

The Big Ten is a disciplined conference. Wisconsin and Penn State are tied second nationally for fewest penalties per game.