BGSU FALCONS The targeting rule is a no-win situation for officials, who are forced to make bang-bang judgments on high-speed plays, and at times results in the ejection of a player who doesn't deserve it (need I say "Bradley Roby," OSU fans?).
MICHIGAN WOLVERINES One thing that's clear in the Wolverines' struggles this season is that the middle of the offensive line is going through a baptism by fire, and it's by no means easy. Not a lot of glory comes with working in the trenches, unless you're All-American left tackle Taylor Lewan or any of the first-round offensive linemen drafted.
OHIO STATE BUCKEYES With the recent health scares of two NFL coaches again casting a spotlight on the stresses of a football life, Urban Meyer was asked this week how he is able to maintain balance. "You're asking the wrong guy," he said.
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