Division 1: Michigan, Nebraska, Iowa, Michigan State, Northwestern, MinnesotaThe rumored protected rivalry for Iowa if these are the two divisions is Purdue (sarcastic yaaay).
Division 2: Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin, Purdue, Indiana, Illinois
But wait a minute! Rumors are also running places that the Big Ten Network is giving away the future divisions in the picture located on it's website front page. Here, take a look:
(photo: Hawk Central)
HawkeyeLounge has a lengthy discussion brewing on the news, follow along here.
Certainly a developing situation, tune in tonight to find out.
Scott Dochterman, of the Cedar Rapids Gazette, writes that a Source: Iowa’s division includes Minnesota, Nebraska.
From Marc Morehouse, of the Cedar Rapids Gazette, Stanzi: Still loves America, despises interceptions.
Mitch Smith, of the Daily Iowan, writes Hawkeyes look to start anew among the hype.
With tailgating season just around the corner, Hawkcentral says that the Fate of Magic Bus remains up in air.
Rob Howe, of Hawkeye Insider, offers more free videos up on his subscription site. Here is the list:
RossWB, Black Heart Gold Pants, continues to educate us fans with his Better Know An Iowa Football Opponent 2010: Minnesota Golden Gophers (Part One)
ESPN's Adam Rittenberg posted to his Big Ten blog today: Video: Iowa DT Christian Ballard
The Off Tackle Empire blog has its Closing Arguments - Iowa
From the No, it's Iowa blog, author Jessie Gavin believes Iowa fans should be Tempering the Expectations
John Bohnenkamp, of the Burlington Hawk Eye, wonders Will it be 1985 all over again?
Andy Staples, of Sports Illustrated, wants us to Please keep these non-traditional choices on your Heisman radar.
The Out of Towner is back at Hawkeyes.net, he writes: Great Expectations for Hawkeye Football in 2010