Iowa 30, Michigan 28: Your complete guide to our coverage of Saturday's game
Five turnovers Saturday night from the Wolverines, and unbelievably, they still had a chance to win the game in the final minutes.Â
- Rich Rodriguez bristled at questions about his handling of the quarterbacks, writes AnnArbor.com Dave Birkett, and that made the loss all the more sour.Â
- With the game on the line, Rodriguez did what? Michael Rothstein is still dumbfounded about the the decision to stick with Robinson.
- Grading the game: Birkett said he saw nothing horrible, but only one unit earned a mark as high as a C-plus.Â
- Michigan cornerback Boubacar Cissoko is suspended indefinitely after violating team rules, according to Rodriguez.
- Notebook: The Wolverines make changes in the secondary, an injury report from the post-game locker room and more. Â
- The Hawkeyes are doing much celebrating about their first 6-0 start since 1985, writes the Des Moines Register.
- This game went precisely according to script, says the Cedar Rapids Gazette.
- Mike Rothstein caught up with center David Moosman, who talks about the mood of the team following its second-straight heart-stopping defeat.
- You can tell that Lon Horwedel has been photographing football games for a long time, because he managed to be in great position to shoot photos of every key touchdown Saturday night. You can find his gallery from the game here.Â
- Tate Forcier is all smiles and confidence before the game started. Here's a shot of Forcier in happier times.Â
- Our weekly live chat during the game drew a ton of interest -- we were chatting until about 1:30 a.m. about Rodriguez's decision to play Robinson instead of Forcier. Here's the recap of that heated conversation.
- Michigan State handles Illinois easily, 24-14, but may have lost tailback Glenn Winston for the season, says Steve Grinczel at mlive.com.
- Defensive back Danny Fortener returned to the lineup after an injury for the Spartans, and took an interception back for a touchdown.
- Ron Zook's benching of QB Juice Williams marks the beginning of his end at Illinois, says David Mayo of the Grand Rapids Press.
- Ohio State's defense turned in another notable performance, and the Buckeyes rout pretender Wisconsin in Columbus, according to the C-Bus Dispatch.
- Bret Bielema may be doing everything right while leading the Badgers, but Ohio State remains his white whale, writes the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
- Recaps of every Big Ten game, courtesy of the conference.