Hope you're enjoying your Super Bowl hangover.
The troubles of former Ohio State quarterback Art Schlichter continue as he's implicated in a sports-ticket scheme investigation. Here's the full story on Schlichter from The Columbus Dispatch. Ohio State's three early enrollees from the Sunshine State are acclimating to the cold, Tim May writes in The Columbus Dispatch.
The big-splash hire might not be the best hire for Nebraska's offense, Dirk Chatelain writes in the Omaha World-Herald.
An interesting piece from Mike Hlas on how Iowa has to extend its recruiting net much wider than several of its competitors. Rhabdomyolysis is becoming a growing danger for athletes in the wake of the Iowa hospitalizations, Shari Roan writes in the Los Angeles Times.
Penn State wants to get a very quick start on its 2012 recruiting class, Philip Cmor writes in The Altoona Mirror.
Young defenders William Gholston and Max Bullough are among five Michigan State players who could be difference makers in 2011, Joe Rexrode writes in the Lansing State Journal. A good look at the Spartans' recruiting class from The Grand Rapids Press' Greg Johnson, who gives the team a B-plus.
Michigan's new recruiting coordinator wants to lock down the locals again, Mark Synder writes in the Detroit Free Press. The topic of how Rich Rodriguez treated former Michigan players remains a sensitive one, annarbor.com's Pete Bigelow writes.
After recruit Jacoby Brissett signed with Florida, Wisconsin added quarterback Nate Hammon to its recruiting class, Jeff Potrykus writes in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The Wisconsin State Journal's Andy Baggot wonders if Brissett was too much of a reach for the Badgers.
The McAvoy twins hope to boost Minnesota's offensive line, Phil Miller writes in the Star Tribune.