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MMQB: Embrace the Chaos - Black Shoe Diaries
This was a truly historic weekend in college football history.

Wes Lunt suffers leg fracture; out 4-6 weeks - The Champaign Room
Wes Lunt suffered a leg fracture against Purdue on Saturday. He's out for 4-6 weeks.

It's Not An Excuse, It's A Fact: A bad interpretation affected the outcome - Maize n Brew
Michigan had a chance down the stretch, but an incomplete pass ruling stopped a potential game-winning drive.

Rutgers 26, Michigan 24 | mgoblog
Human beings, and not just those associated with Michigan, are capable of extraordinary incompetence. The biggest brain fart tonight was when a guy watched Amara Darboh make a catch, take two steps, dive out of bounds, and place the ball on the ground, then "confirmed" it "incomplete."

Indiana 49, North Texas 24: Not So Mean Green - The Crimson Quarry
Indiana got a comfortable victory over North Texas yesterday in front of a home crowd at Memorial Stadium. This was just what the team needed after last week.

Sunday Morning Coming Down: Bye Bye Beckman? - Off Tackle Empire
Purdue wins a B1G game for the first time since 2012, Beckman and Brady Hoke have the heat turned up on their seats, MSU survives a late Nebraska comeback, and Northwestern is your B1G West front runner?

Football Five Factors: Survival - The Only Colors
Breaking down the MSU win against Nebraska

IOWA FOOTBALL WINS BY AVOIDING CHAOS WEEK - Black Heart Gold Pants
Saturday, bloody Saturday.

Battle of The Brains - Underdog Dynasty
If players won't save their own brains, is it our job to save their brains for them?

40 Days to B1G Basketball: Basketball Season Officially Underway - BT Powerhouse
Today we continue our daily countdown towards the tipoff of the Big Ten basketball season.

Mildly inebriated: How I learned to stop worrying and love Joel Stave - Bucky's 5th Quarter
Embrace Joel Stave as Wisconsin's starting quarterback, because the alternative is death by boredom.

Week 6 polls: Florida State back to No. 1 in coaches, Ole Miss up to No. 3 in AP - CBSSports.com
Florida State was restored to the coaches poll's No. 1 slot after Alabama's loss to Mississippi, while Ole Miss and Mississippi State each broke into the top 10.

College football rankings: Florida State, Auburn, Baylor lead Coaches Poll, AP Top 25 - Bucky's 5th Quarter
Meanwhile, our Wisconsin Badgers are out of the Coaches Poll and AP Top 25.

What did Tom Dienhart learn about Big Ten in Week 6? Here’s what! " Big Ten Network
Michigan State is the best team in the Big Ten. The Big Ten is not dead in the playoff race. See everything Tom Dienhart learned in Week 6.

The Case For Ron Zook | mgoblog
As Michigan potentially looks for a new coach, many of football's greatest minds are being thrown into the discussion.  Les Miles, Mike Gundy, Jim Harbaugh, and many others like them are being mentioned with regards to a potential coaching vacancy.  But I want to present to the Michigan faithful why I believe Ron Zook is the best cand