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Catching you up on what you missed this weekend ...
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Former Ohio State commit Alex Anzalone makes a pledge to Notre Dame ahead of Penn State and Florida.
A new book details the full story on Michigan State's path to Big Ten admission and the opposition to it from Michigan.
Nebraska's defense will need to perform much better against dual-threat quarterbacks in 2012, Sam McKewon writes. At Nebraska, empty seats can quickly put a coach on the hot seat, Steve Sipple writes.
Defensive back Josh Jones has big plans for himself after committing to Illinois.
Former Ohio State defensive coordinator Jim Heacock is actually relieved to take a break from the coaching grind.
Bob Asmussen weighs in on the top five offensive and defensive players in the Big Ten this year.
Michigan quarterback recruit Shane Morris impersonates Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio. Another Wolverines commit, David Dawson, reaffirms his pledge to the Maize and Blue.
Although Wisconsin recruit Darius Latham still can play a little basketball, he knows his future is on the gridiron in Madison.
Former Minnesota star lineman John Williams passes away.
Which Iowa game do Hawkeyes fans look forward to the most this season? Hawkeyes recruit Greg Garmon is ready for the next step.
Indiana picks up its third verbal commit for the 2013 class.