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Michigan State wins the recruiting battle for a two-sport star in Drake Harris. More on Harris' pledge here. Spartans athletic director Mark Hollis weighs in on the new playoff.
Michigan could replace Notre Dame in 2018-19 with a big name. One-time playoff opponent Dave Brandon is "very pleased" with the new model.
Penn State's recruiting surge continues with wideout Zach Bradshaw. Mark Wogenrich takes a good look at how Penn State would have fared in a playoff environment.
Northwestern hopes to hear about receiver Kyle Prater's NCAA waiver application next month.
Wisconsin's latest recruit for 2013 has no trouble being nasty on the field. A look at how the Badgers would have fared in a four-team playoff.
Purdue's style fit recruit John Strauser, who will become a third-generation Big Ten player.
Illinois adds former All-Big Ten receiver Mike Bellamy to its staff.
Maize 'n Brew previews Nebraska in 2012.
It might be wishful thinking, but could Minnesota work its way onto Notre Dame's schedule when Michigan comes off?
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