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Like crap through a goose, so are the plays of our lives. You stay classy, Ron Zook. Plus, a shameless plug for Big 10 Network and 'Friday Night Tailgate.'

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Apparently the Illini's season-opening loss to this author's alma mater still stings down in Champaign. As the team's ever-eloquent coach Ron Zook told reporters yesterday, "I was just trying to figure out what was going on with the defense. They were going through us like crap through a goose."

Judging by Illinois' strong showing against a tough Missouri team, Michigan's loss, Northwestern's big win and Ohio State's key injury to Chris Wells, it's going to be an interesting season here in the Midwest.

And now that most of you have access to the Big 10 Network on your television screens, you should definitely check out "Friday Night Tailgate," which is hosted by friend-of-the-blog, friend-of-the-author and fellow Mizzou Tiger Mike Hall. The show's got a new look, a fresh approach and now two of the most talented improvisational actors in the country in Jordan Klepper and Steve Waltien. If you like Big Ten sports and comedy, then my friends you're in for a treat.

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1. Mike Hall looks pretty amazing in those promo shots. They might be airbrushed.
2. What's Charissa Thomas' situation?

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