Big Ten Football: Tuesday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent IOctober 12, 2010

CHAMPAIGN, IL - OCTOBER 02: Brian Rolle #36 of the Ohio State Buckeyes awaits the start of play against the Illinois Fighting Illini at Memorial Stadium on October 2, 2010 in Champaign, Illinois. Ohio State defeated Illinois 24-13. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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New coordinators have been given the credit for Illinois’s turn around.

Could this weekend’s game between Indiana and Arkansas State result in an upset? One thing is certain: there will be a ton of passes.

After a bye-week, the Hawkeyes will be traveling to Michigan this weekend.

With one of its top receivers now out for a significant period of time due to a broken foot, Michigan’s offense will need to reallocate Denard Robinson’s passes.

Michigan State will be without a 30-career-game starter in Chris Rucker this weekend.

The 66-game history between Minnesota and Purdue has been extremely even.

Northwestern is no longer undefeated and the remainder of its schedule now looks tumultuous.

Ohio State linebacker Brian Rolle, “It’s good to be No. 1, but if we don't play like it every week, then all the hype will be for naught.”

If you are interested in how Big Ten-blogger Adam Rittenberg has Penn State at the midseason point, you can read his review HERE

…and you can read Purdue’s HERE.

Should Wisconsin head coach Bret Bielema be criticized for his call to go for a two-point conversion already up by 25 points? Keep in mind that there were only seven minutes remaining in the game.