Seems like retirement season is upon us in the sports world. Don't worry, I've got at least 50 years left in me.
Lucas Oil Stadium in Indy has entered the Big Ten championship game sweepstakes, Jeff Rabjohns writes in The Indianapolis Star.
Michigan wide receiver Darryl Stonum spent three nights in jail last month for probation violations, Mark Snyder writes in the Detroit Free Press. The Wolverines hosted five blue-chip recruits last week, Josh Helmholdt writes in the Detroit Free Press. Mgoblog's Brian Cook looks at Michigan's all-decade team on offense.
Indiana athletic director Fred Glass continues to enhance the game-day experience with a new high definition video scoreboard at Memorial Stadium, Dustin Dopirak writes in The (Bloomington) Herald-Times (subscription required).
Once anonymous Wisconsin quarterback Scott Tolzien is suddenly on the national radar, Mike Lucas writes in The Capital Times.
Northwestern comes in at No. 41 nationally in the Orlando Sentinel's countdown of FBS teams.
Former Michigan State running back Travis Reece sets his sights on the political arena, Joe Rexrode writes in the Lansing State Journal.
Eleven Warriors looks at Ohio State's freshmen: who to redshirt and who to play.
Missed this one from a few days ago, but Penn State star offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski receives high praise from his All-American uncle, Steve, Cory Giger writes in The Altoona Mirror.
Iowa's Adrian Clayborn is hearing the Ndamukong Suh comparisons, Andrew Logue writes in the Des Moines Register.
Minnesota running back Duane Bennett discusses his progress and the upcoming season with 1500ESPN.com's Darren Wolfson.