Big Ten Football: Wednesday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent IOctober 6, 2010

ANN ARBOR, MI - SEPTEMBER 25:  Denard Robinson #16 of the Michigan Wolverines talks with the Michigan Medical Staff during the first quarter of the game against Bowling Green on September 25, 2010 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)
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Martez Wilson is a film nut for Illinois. The middle linebacker will watch each play five to 10 times before moving on.

Cornerback Richard Council was knocked out of last weekend’s game between Indiana and Michigan when he suffered a knee injury covering the Wolverine offense on its final drive. Council’s return is indistinct.

Whoa! A Brandon Wegher discussion surfaced at an Iowa press conference.

Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson: “I wouldn’t say I’m famous yet.” (I am still trying to figure out how Robinson made such an amazing transition from last year, where he was regarded as “the fumbler.”)

Mark Dantonio will make some progress as he travels with Michigan State to Ann Arbor when the Spartans take on the Wolverines on Saturday at 3:30 ET.

Minnesota defensive back Ryan Collado has played five positions in the secondary this year, so he is uncertain what he will be doing this Saturday against No. 20 Wisconsin.

Northwestern head coach Pat Fitzgerald on his team scathing by opponents: “Our guys are realistic. We know we can play better—and we're going to need to against a Purdue team that has an extra week to prepare for us.”

There are no health concerns pertaining to Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor, at least according to head coach Jim Tressel.

Joe Paterno believes his freshman quarterback Robert Bolden is still the best option for Penn State.

Redshirt freshman quarterback Rob Henry has about as much experience as you could without starting a game this year. He will need it too, seeing as former starter Robert Marve is out for the season.

Despite their productive running game, Wisconsin is still shuffling around its offensive line.