As the Big Ten ponders a football championship game, it can learn a lot from what has happened in the Big 12, Lee Barfknecht writes in the Omaha World-Herald.
Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor is the Big Ten's only leading Heisman Trophy candidate, AOL FanHouse's John Walters writes.
Running back recruit Justice Hayes will announce his college choice Friday, and four Big Ten teams as well as Notre Dame are in the mix, Sam Webb writes in The Detroit News.
The Altoona Mirror's Cory Giger breaks down Penn State's depth chart entering preseason camp.
In case you missed it from earlier this week, Ohio State head coach Jim Tressel continues to support troubled former running back Maurice Clarett, Ken Gordon writes in The Columbus Dispatch. Jack Tatum was known as "The Assassin," but he had a different rep at Ohio State, Bill Livingston writes in The Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Michigan's must-win games this fall are Connecticut and Michigan State, annarbor.com's Dave Birkett writes.
Recruiting analysts weigh in on Michigan State's latest verbal commitments, Matt Dorsey writes in the Detroit Free Press.
Minnesota negotiated with Texas "for months" before a home-and-home series fell through, Phil Miller writes in the Star Tribune.
Former heralded recruit Tyler Westphal leaves Wisconsin for North Dakota State.
Iowa State isn't too happy with Adrian Clayborn's recent comment, Randy Peterson writes in the Des Moines Register. Who is Iowa's toughest opponent this fall? Mike Hlas' answer likely will surprise you.