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Today's links are split up into two categories: Ohio State and everything else.
OHIO STATE LINKS
The latest problem for Terrelle Pryor: he has been driving on a suspended license, NBC4 Columbus reports.
The NCAA once again is on Ohio State's campus to interview players, WBNS-TV reports.
Some good news for the Buckeyes as interim head coach Luke Fickell keeps a key recruit on board, Ken Gordon and Tim May write in The Columbus Dispatch.
Pryor's future at Ohio State remains very much in doubt, Doug Lesmerises writes in The Cleveland Plain Dealer. Lesmerises also wonders whether Tressel will have a street named after him in Columbus.
Jim Tressel is the latest to learn that coaching Ohio State rarely ends well, SI.com's Michael Rosenberg writes.
Ohio State players deserve a good portion of the blame for this mess, Bob Hunter writes in The Dispatch.
Texas coach Mack Brown thinks Tressel is a Hall of Famer, Randy Riggs writes in The Austin American-Statesman.
Tressel paid the price for being lost in the stars, Jena McGregor writes in the Washington Post.
Eleven Warriors looks at the newspaper front pages following Tressel's resignation.
OTHER BIG TEN LINKS
A decision on future Big Ten football championship games could come as early as Sunday, Teddy Greenstein writes in the Chicago Tribune.
A Big Ten chancellor (Nebraska's Harvey Perlman) and a league athletic director (Penn State's Tim Curley) are named to the NCAA's Division I Bowl Licensing Task Force.
Illinois' new chancellor could be part of its search for a new athletic director, Julie Wurth writes in The (Champaign) News-Gazette.
Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz weighs in on Tressel's departure, Clete Campbell writes in the Dubuque Telegraph-Herald.
Michigan picks up its 13th commitment for the 2012 class.
Wisconsin might be the new favorite in the Leaders division, Steve M. Sipple writes in the Lincoln Journal Star. Bret Bielema could gain more than any other Big Ten coach from Tressel's departure, Tom Mulhern writes in the Wisconsin State Journal.
Pryor's decision not to go to Penn State was a blessing in disguise, Steve Heiser writes in The York Dispatch.
The Big Ten Network unveils a new logo and brand identity.
The Ohio State situation is a learning tool for both Michigan and Michigan State, Drew Sharp writes in the Detroit Free Press.