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80 Reasons to Love the Big Ten - No. 74 - Tale of Two Seasons


No. 74 - Tale of Two Seasons

Sure, it'd be great to wear short sleeves and cutoffs to a late November night game at Tiger Stadium.  [Ed. Actually, that's a lie -- cutoffs suck].  And yeah, juleps really do taste best when the humidity is so thick your fingers web together on the outside of the glass.  But, there's nothing like the seasonal variability of conference play in the Big Ten.  From hot and hazy autumn afternoons, and bulb blue skies in September, to cross chill winds and powder gray blankets in November, the Midwest is true football weather.