We'll begin with Penn State news and then try to get back to normal ...
Penn State's next coach is unlikely to have ties to the school, Pete Thamel writes in The New York Times.
Experts say speaking up in child-abuse cases isn't always easy. New laws on reporting abuse are likely to be passed in Pennsylvania.
Jay Paterno wrote an emotional letter to his father. Interim head coach Tom Bradley, the former defensive coordinator, is trying to connect with the offense. President Obama weighs in on the scandal.
The head of Jerry Sandusky's charity has stepped down.
Ohio State is convinced that it won't receive a bowl ban, but even if it does, the NCAA's decision shouldn't come in time to affect this season. Bad tackling hurt the Buckeyes, and other observations from Saturday's loss.
Looking back and ahead after Purdue's big win over Ohio State. Robert Marve's winding road took a turn in the right direction.
Illinois just can't break out of its funk. More details on the Trulon Henry shooting.
Looking at some of Iowa's possible bowl destinations -- the TicketCity Bowl would love to host the Hawkeyes.
So, Denard Robinson's rushing numbers have gone down? No problem, because Michigan has Fitz Toussaint. The Wolverines' seniors are making some good memories this year after tough times.
Wisconsin won't have center Peter Konz available for this week's important game at Illinois. The Big Ten title game has come back to the Badgers' clutches.
Dan Persa and Jeremy Ebert were in sync all day against Rice.
Nebraska is banged-up in a lot of spots, especially on both lines, but it is trying to stay strong down the stretch. The Huskers are adapting to the Big Ten style just fine.
MarQueis Gray became a father of twins on 11/11/11 but couldn't deliver an upset of Wisconsin the next day.
Kirk Cousins had his best road effort at Iowa but typically deflected credit. Michigan State did a better job of handling the "hunted" label.
It's been a rough season in the Big Ten, Phil Miller writes.