|It's hard to find flaws in 12-0 seasons, but every team in the Big Ten has areas for improvement in 2013. (US Presswire)|
Tom Fornelli (@TomFornelli) joins me on the Eye On College Football Podcast for the Big Ten installment of "What Went Right, What Went Wrong." Tom and I run down the final Legends and Leaders division standings identifying one particular thing that worked out well for a team, and one things that went wrong.
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The format is simple, but really is just a launching point for our usual rambling about the Big Ten. Check out the descriptions below to find timestamps, or you can download it on iTunes for the authentic long play feel.
1:50 -- How Nebraska's division title was fueled by some improved play from Taylor Martinez
5:15 -- Tom argues that Devin Gardner's early promotion to starting quarterback might help Michigan in the long run.
7:45 -- With a little bit of help on defense, Northwestern could be competing for Big Ten titles soon.
11:10 -- Michigan State's woes this season can't be blamed on the defense, which was stout as usual.
13:30 -- Iowa football has lots of issues, but Tom decides to start on the offensive side of the ball.
16:30 -- Phillip Nelson gives Minnesota fans a reason to believe there will be improvement on offense in 2013
23:00 -- The resiliency of Penn State started with the turnaround from 0-2, but paid off in tight conference games.
26:25 -- One thing that worked out well for Wisconsin? Ohio State and Penn State's postseason ineligibility.
30:30 -- The swapping of Robert Marve and Caleb TerBush hindered Minneosta's offense, but the schedule helped get them to a bowl -- no need to relive the bowl game, though.
34:00 -- Indiana struggled, but Case Coffman stepped up and Kevin Wilson's offense finally started clicking at times.
36:25 -- There aren't a lot of nice things to say about Illinois. They had really good play at the linebacker position. We said something nice about Illinois.
39:15 -- Tom lists Ohio State, Michigan, Nebraska, Northwestern and Wisconsin as his Power 5 for 2013.
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