Mitchell: Well, if the shoe fits ...
Cam: They don't, they're comically large.
Illinois AD Ron Guenther likes the direction of the school's football program, Chris Hine writes in the Chicago Tribune. It's a coin flip whether Guenther remains AD beyond July 1, Loren Tate writes in The (Champaign) News-Gazette.
Former Indiana coach Bill Lynch returns to his alma mater (Butler) as an associate AD. The Indianapolis Star's Terry Hutchens weighs in on Indiana's surprising staff turnover.
There's a lot to like about Nebraska's revamped coaching staff, Tom Shatel writes in the Omaha World-Herald. The Lincoln Journal Star's Steven Sipple and Brian Christopherson discuss Nebraska's assistant coaching changes.
Michigan, Nebraska and Ohio State are among the must-see teams this spring, Rivals.com's Tom Dienhart writes.
A new film chronicles former Michigan football player (and U.S. president) Gerald Ford and the stand he took for a black teammate in 1934, John Niyo writes in The Detroit News.
Former Iowa receiver Derrell Johnson-Koulianos wants a chance to apologize to coach Kirk Ferentz.
Michigan State's 2012 recruiting class could have an Ohio flavor to it, Matt Dorsey writes in the Detroit Free Press.
Minnesota coach Jerry Kill does a Q&A with Off-Tackle Empire. Former Gophers linebacker and captain Mike Sherels joins the staff as a special assistant to Kill.
The TCU rematch buzz has died down, and Wisconsin is still on track to open the 2011 season against UNLV, Jeff Potrykus writes in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.