You've probably all noticed that SBNation now has a partnership with Yahoo. Because of that, I may be making some changes to how I do the Corn Flakes.
No longer will I be putting content in with the news links, I will just be doing news links, and maybe making comments on those. Not that huge a change, but I would like some feedback as to whether or not you:
- Like the Corn Flakes and can use it to find other news
- Care whether or not there's extra content.
This Week In Schadenfreude: Michigan's Russian hackers and Kansas hockey - SBNation.com
Presenting this weekend's most unhinged college football fans on the internet, even though it was mostly just everyone else gawking at Michigan. Get angrier, people! This isn't baseball!
Projecting the SEC's 2014 conference race using advanced stats - SBNation.com
Using F/+ win probabilities to project how the SEC race will unfold. Your West favorites: Mississippi State and Alabama. Your East favorites: Missouri and Georgia.
You can now use bitcoin to buy things when you attend Georgia Tech games at Bobby Dodd Stadium.
This is... just odd, isn't it? Was this a big request?
POWER RANKING college football's 5 big conferences (and the Underdogs), Week 6 - SBNation.com
Let's assess the state of each power conference through five weeks of college football, plus the big group of teams not in those leagues.
Updated Big Ten football projections - Football Study Hall
Projections for the rest of the Big Ten college football race.
#AskTCR: Fanbase Expectations & Road Trips - The Champaign Room
YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, WE HAVE ANSWERS. THOUGH NOT ALL ANSWERS MAY BE TO THE QUESTIONS YOU WERE ASKING.
Quarry Q&A has been renamed and is now the Crimson Query. And this week, we're talking with Adam Rosenfeld of Underdog Dynasty, SB Nation's one-stop shop for your non-Power 5 teams.
We need Indiana to win this game.
Northwestern will need to force turnovers to have a chance against Wisconsin - Inside NU
Wisconsin has been able to run the ball effectively in each of its first four contests, but the Badgers have also yet to play a game without turning the football over.
Wisconsin's defense holding firm despite giving up some big plays - Bucky's 5th Quarter
The Badgers have developed a tendency for allowing big plays before rescuing themselves with key takeaways. Will that be enough in Big Ten play?
KIRK FERENTZ PRESS CONFERENCE ROUNDUP, WEEK 6: NOW WITH LESS FERENTZ - Black Heart Gold Pants
Greg Davis took the stage Tuesday afternoon, but the news was made away from the press.
James Franklin Press Conference: Bye Week - Black Shoe Diaries
A little bye week can't hurt.
Can Purdue break a nine-game Big Ten losing streak? Playing a team that is 1-22 in its last 23 B1G games will help.
Someone has to care, right?
This became an interception! Seriously! (Don't worry, Gary Nova still had an awful game.) So I just watched the 13-10 Penn State win over Rutgers from a couple weeks ago in which Gary Nova threw five interceptions and let's just get this over with as quickly as humanly possible. Personnel.
Voted on by SBNation writers, these power rankings answer an age old question once and for this week only: Who is the best coach in the Big Ten?
Best and worst volleyball stadiums in the Big Ten - Daily Nebraskan: Sports
When Nebraska came into the Big Ten in 2011, there was a lot of hype over what it meant for the football program. A section of the Nebraska fan base was buzzing about a different fall sport though: volleyball. 2011 marked the first season Husker volleyball entered the Big Ten, one of the most storied volleyball conferences in the country. Nebraska joined the ranks of eternal power houses such as Penn State and University of Minnesota. Behind every great program is a great fan base, so here’s the conference’s best stadiums and fan bases:
How well do you know your Huskers? - Daily Nebraskan: Sports
Do you think you’re the master of all things Husker Football? Here’s quiz one in a series of Husker trivia questions. Take it to see just how seasoned of a fan you really are.
Huskers Journey to Michigan for Two Matches - Huskers.com - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
The Nebraska soccer team (5-4-2) looks to ride momentum from last week's victory when the Huskers takes a trip to the Great Lakes State to battle Michigan and Michigan State.
Huskers Voted Preseason No. 1 - Huskers.com - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
Lincoln, Neb.- The Nebraska women's bowling team was voted the number one nationally rated team by the National Tenpin Coaches Association (NTCA) Wednesday afternoon.
Two reasons to believe in Nebraska Cornhuskers - ESPN
You’ve heard about how the Cornhuskers have not defeated a top-10 team on the road since 1997.
Huskers.com previews Saturday's opponent, the 10th-ranked Michigan State Spartans.
Former Husker and NFL linebacker Jay Foreman breaks down the Illinois win, gives keys to Michigan State and dispenses some fashion advice.
Nebraska's Randy Gregory keeps opponents guessing | College Football
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska's roster officially lists Randy Gregory as a defensive end. It might be better just to call him a playmaker.
Randy York's N-Sider Blog — Gregory’s Roommate Finds Fame of his Own
Gregory’s Roommate Finds Fame of his Own Daniel Davie uses his sprinter speed after intercepting an Illinois pass. The N-Sider’s Five Favorite Bo Pelini Quotes ESPN: Two Reasons to Believe in...
Inside the game: How Nebraska deploys Ameer Abdullah
There are many ways to feed Abdullah, and Nebraska uses them as much as possible.
Nebraska's Ameer Abdullah is recapturing past glory. | SportsonEarth.com : Matt Brown Article
The past decade has been frustrating for Nebraska, but a bright spot has emerged. Already one of Nebraska's most accomplished runners, Ameer Abdullah is taking his game to new heights in trying to recapture past glory in the Cornhuskers' backfield.
The parallel paths of Michigan State's Shilique Calhoun and Nebraska's Randy Gregory - College Football - SI.com
Regarding the reverse-suplex, overhead-tire-throw move that just about left Eastern Michigan quarterback Rob Bolden snapped in half on Sept. 20, Shilique Calhoun says this was not his fault. If you watch the tape, Michigan State’s star defensive end insists, a linebacker had the first shot at a sack.