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"The Dark Knight Rises" at midnight. Who's in?
Iowa incoming freshman running back Greg Garmon pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia and is headed back to campus. No word yet on whether there will be punishment from Kirk Ferentz. Hawkeyes linebacker James Morris wants to make sure he's not a half-step short in any more plays this year.
David Jones looks at the means in which the NCAA can levy the death penalty. Some alternatives to the death penalty that could apply to Penn State. It's time for schools to reel in their athletic programs, and Penn State should lead the way, Pat Forde writes.
Former Indiana star George Taliaferro -- the first African-American drafted by the NFL -- reflects on his life and career (subscription required).
The Big Ten office is on the move to Rosemont.
What Northwestern can expect from Syracuse in its season opener.
The Washington Post ranks Minnesota No. 80 in its preseason countdown.
The Cleveland Plain-Dealer's Doug Lesmerises says Braxton Miller will be one of the league's best quarterbacks this season.
Will Fitz Toussaint reach his bold goal of 1,600 rushing yards this season?
Athlon ranks the Big Ten defensive lines, with Ohio State on top.
Purdue picked up a defensive lineman from Alabama.
"The Dark Knight Rises" at midnight. Who's in? Iowa incoming freshman running back Greg Garmon pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia and is headed back to campus.