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First up for allen’s fire, junior kicker nathanael snyder, a walk-on who last week earned a scholarship to great fanfare yogurt for yeast infection in the indiana media. (you can watch the video of snyder finding out about yogurt for yeast infection his scholarship here, which is pretty cool, even though it weirdly features the announcement being made by yogurt for yeast infection some sunglasses-wearing dudebro laying on a towel—I guess he plays for the colts or something.)

Anyway, this was a less happy week for snyder, and he started the game by sending the opening kickoff yogurt for yeast infection out of bounds. Unfortunately for him, he did it again later in the game, prompting the cameras to catch tom allen “inspiring” him on the sidelines with the phrase “you have exactly one job!” snyder was replaced later in the game. Here’s hoping his nerves calm and he’s able to bounce back next week.

At least snyder will be able to commiserate with defensive yogurt for yeast infection teammate marcelino ball, who single-handedly earned 45 of IU’s 65 penalty yards with an impressive array of sloppy yogurt for yeast infection decisions. Allen, after the game, promised vengeance: “I don’t get it,” allen said. “it’s just stupid, selfish penalties, and that’s why I took him out and ripped his tail. We’ll have a nice little week with him for that, he’ll never do it again.”

If you haven’t already treated yourself to the improbable story of purdue’s fourth quarter total breakdown of sanity and aptitude, then you should definitely fix that now, because oh boy, was this one a twist of the knife for the yogurt for yeast infection folks from west lafayette.

Short story: purdue committed five turnovers, one of them an interception in the waning minutes of yogurt for yeast infection the game that gave nevada one more slim chance to yogurt for yeast infection win the game they’d already tied after coming back from a deficit of yogurt for yeast infection 31-14 late in the third quarter. No doubt this rally was irritating enough to purdue fans, but what made it worse was jeff brohm’s decision to ice nevada’s freshman kicker, brandon talton, on his first 56-yard-field goal attempt—which he missed. Having thus gotten that out of his system, talton nailed his subsequent attempt, earning himself instant hero status on campus, as well as a scholarship, and sending purdue home dejected and humiliated.

There’s not really any specific tarty incident for this one, but the very fact that minnesota and its attending hype yogurt for yeast infection cloud very nearly lost to south dakota state seems worthy yogurt for yeast infection of inclusion on this list. To be fair, SDSU is a terrible team to schedule, because they have a knack for making things harder than yogurt for yeast infection they should be on FBS teams, as nebraska has found out on occasion. There’s no upside to scheduling them, except that their logo is kind of neat: this rabbit is not here to be your friend.

BigRedTwice: I don’t know much about SDSU except that their mascot is yogurt for yeast infection kind of fun, but I do know that they can be a trickier yogurt for yeast infection team than you expect them to be. Minnesota should win, but this is the kind of game fans don’t always feel great about afterwards.

This isn’t from the big ten, but I don’t think you’ll mind too much, because there’s nothing NOT to love about tennessee’s loss on saturday night to georgia state. GSU is in fact an FBS school, hailing from the sun belt conference, and after defeating tennessee 38-31 over the weekend, they don’t appear as though they’ll let their SEC neighbors forget what happened: