Big Ten and Mid-American Blogs: Fan Jerseys Meet Friday Night Lights

I am certainly no fan of the Big Ten. Mainly because I do not believe that anybody should wear a team jersey to a college football game. Ever. But my memo never made it to the American Midwest. However, if you can look past the jerseys and artificial turfs, Bleacher Report does a fine job in providing a blog specifically geared toward the Big Ten conference. You can search topics by team or have them jumbled into one news feed of all teams together, without all the “snarky” and “confused” news.

Every college football fan’s favorite Friday night tradition is watching teams like Central Michigan, Akron, Ohio, and Kent State showcase their traditionally feisty style of football. Though it is certainly not covered in the same magnitude as the SEC or Big Ten receives coverage, there are still places you can go for good blogs. I tend to read SB Nation’s Mid-American conference section, which they have appropriately titled hustlebelt.com.

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I am just your typical 30 year old journalism student at the University of Georgia. I am married with one child, though that child has four legs and barks when he is hungry. I am a writer/photographer/social media coordinator for Bulldawg Illustrated ( BulldawgIllustrated.com ), and am actively pursuing a Magazine Journalism degree with a certificate in Sports Writing. I have a deep passion for all things UGA athletics and the Atlanta Braves. So much so that I proposed to my now wife at the fifty-yard-line of Sanford Stadium, and married her in the 755 Club at Turner Field. Luckily, she shares my sentiments. I love living in downtown Athens, and take a great deal of pride in being a student at the University of Georgia.

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