Hoosier Huddle's Weekly (April 14th) College Football Links

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Weekly College Football Links (April 14th, 2019)

I have gathered popular news stories from around the state, region and country that I thought fans would enjoy. If you have any links or stories you’d like to share please email them to TheHoosierHuddle@gmail.com by Thursday nights. I have also included some fun off-season reading.

Indiana Hoosiers

Hoosiers look to replace Jonathan Crawford

Jack Tuttle has been cleared by the NCAA

Quarterbacks are enjoying the process of installing a new offense

Hoosiers announce future schedule changes

Cream tops Crimson in the Spring Game

Big Ten Football

Wisconsin head coach Paul Chryst gets a raise via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

247Sports.com looks at the biggest questions facing the Big Ten in 2019

ESPN.com looks inside Ohio State and Michigan’s recruiting battles

The Orlando Sentinel ranks the Big Ten’s non-conference schedules

Illinois will start selling alcohol at games via Mlive.com

Michigan suffers injury to key players via ESPN.com

Athlon Sports podcast ranks the Big Ten coaching jobs

Off Tackle Empire looks at the running backs in the Big Ten

Highlights from the Big Ten spring games via BTN.com

College Football

NJ.com looks at what teams are doing to combat declining football attendance

247Sports.com looks at coaches in the bubble in 2019

Clemson loses a starting wide receiver via USAToday.com

SI.com looks at what players would endorse if they could endorse products

A former Texas player is suing the NCAA via Sporting News

Bleacher Report looks at the 10 best freshmen in 2019

247Sports looks at very early bowl projections

SI.com looks at whether or not playing FCS teams are good for major CFB teams

The Athletic looks at college football in 1920’s during their 150th anniversary celebration

Off-Season Reading Suggestions

Billion Dollar Ball

The 50 Best* College Football Teams of All Time

Study Hall: College Football, Its Stats and Its Stories

The System: The Glory and Scandal of Big-Time College Football