- Adam Rittenberg, College Football
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Did the sun rise in Miami today?
Every Big Ten team will have at least two losses this year, SI.com's Stewart Mandel writes in his league preview.
Joe Paterno isn't letting up, Mark Viera writes in The New York Times. Penn State's coaches have a tough decision with their starting quarterback, David Jones writes in The (Harrisburg) Patriot-News. Toughness is a big theme for the Lions in camp, Bernard Fernandez writes in the Philadelphia Daily News.
Nebraska safety Austin Cassidy embraces a leading role, Brian Rosenthal writes in the Lincoln Journal Star.
Minnesota coach Jerry Kill finds positives in a sloppy scrimmage, Phil Miller writes in the Star Tribune. Quarterback MarQueis Gray vows to learn from his mistakes, Marcus Fuller writes in the (St. Paul) Pioneer Press.
Michigan's defensive line rotation begins to take shape, Mark Snyder writes in the Detroit Free Press. The Wolverines aren't rushing to pick a starting running back, Angelique Chengelis writes in The Detroit News.
Purdue quarterback Robert Marve and former Nebraska player Benard Thomas are linked to former Miami booster Nevin Shapiro, while Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez reportedly lost $1 million in Shapiro's Ponzi scheme.
Purdue's Antwon Higgs jumped at the chance to move from LB to DE, Mike Carmin writes in The (Lafayette) Journal and Courier.
Indiana loses a legend as Pete Pihos passes away, Terry Hutchens writes in the Indianapolis Star.
Injuries have prevented Wisconsin from getting its top two linebackers on the field together.
Did the sun rise in Miami today? Every Big Ten team will have at least two losses this year, SI.com's Stewart Mandel writes in his league preview. Joe Paterno isn't letting up, Mark Viera writes in The New York Times.