Cameron: Did you hear that woman screaming my name?
Mitchell: That was Phil. He had a Red Bull.
The Big Ten's potential pursuit of Big East teams reeks of irony for Joe Paterno, David Jones writes in The (Harrisburg) Patriot-News. Rutgers and Pitt are the least worried Big East members right now, because they're the most likely to jump to the Big Ten, colleague Brian Bennett writes.
Big Ten medical officials will take a closer look at having league-wide guidelines for concussions, annarbor.com's Michael Rothstein writes.
You can question a lot of things about Rich Rodriguez at Michigan, but not his desire to win games, Jamie Samuelsen writes in the Detroit Free Press.
There won't be major changes to Penn State's football ticket system this year, Andrew J. Cassavell writes in The Daily Collegian. Penn State's Evan Royster still wants to prove he can be an every-down back, Ron Musselman writes in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Ohio State isn't the only Big Ten team pursuing top prospects at Cleveland's Glenville High School, Sam Webb writes in The Detroit News. Speaking of recruiting, Michigan State picks up a commitment from wideout/defensive back Andre Sims Jr., Chip Towers writes The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Will Lucas hopes to become the latest Purdue linebacker to get on the field early in his career, Mike Carmin writes in The (Lafayette) Journal and Courier.
Iowa adds another kick specialist, and he has an international flavor to him, Marc Morehouse writes in The (Cedar Rapids) Gazette.
SI.com's Andrew Perloff thinks Ohio State's Cameron Heyward and Wisconsin's Gabe Carimi will be top 10 picks in 2011.
Three Northwestern players will try out for NFL teams this weekend, Teddy Greenstein writes in the Chicago Tribune.