Nebraska players and coaches wouldn't go there this week when they were asked about seeking vengeance against Purdue on Saturday. The defeat prompted athletic director Shawn Eichorst to write an open letter to fans expressing confidence in the new coach. The Huskers are 9-1 since, having started
Ohio State and Michigan at the top of the Big Ten East is no surprise at the halfway point of the season, but who would have imagined defending conference champion and 2015 College Football Playoff participant Michigan State having only two wins?
He has a Purdue mustache, a Purdue degree, and a solid background in West Lafayette, but it looks like Brock Spack won't be coming home to West Lafayette to replace Darrell Hazell. The Pantagraph, a central Illinois newspaper based in Bloomington, Illinois asked coach Spack about his interest in