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Football at Wrigley Field should be very cool, but safety could be a major factor, Teddy Greenstein, Lindsey Willhite and Dave Curtis write. More on the Friendly Confines and football from ESPNChicago.com's Scott Powers.
The BCS system gives Bret Bielema and Wisconsin a reason to keep on scoring, Dan Wetzel writes. Wisconsin could once again be without running back John Clay at Michigan. J.J. Watt's little brother switches his commitment from Northwestern to, yep, the Badgers.
Penn State backup running back Silas Redd is cited for public urination. Quarterback Matt McGloin remains No. 1 on Penn State's depth chart for the Indiana game, Jared Shanker writes in The (Harrisburg) Patriot-News.
Illinois fans should wait until the season is over to evaluate Ron Zook's status as coach, Loren Tate writes in The (Champaign) News-Gazette. Dienhart doesn't expect Illinois to make a change.
Michigan has won two straight, but it's unclear whether the team will ever have killer instinct, Mark Snyder writes in the Detroit Free Press. Denard Robinson hasn't hit a wall, according to coach Rich Rodriguez, annarbor.com's Pete Bigelow writes.
Don't expect many or any Ohio State juniors to leave for the NFL draft, Doug Lesmerises writes in The Cleveland Plain Dealer. The Buckeyes have been a mystery this season, Sheldon Ocker writes in the Akron Beacon Journal.
Indiana is hopeful that quarterback Ben Chappell will return this week, LaMond Pope writes in The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.
Iowa still has something to play for, Sean Keeler writes in the Des Moines Register.