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Working for the weekend ...
Montee Ball had better be telling the truth, Dennis Dodd writes. Maryland transfer Danny O'Brien talks about competing for Wisconsin's top QB spot. After a string of major injuries, Curt Phillips is also in the mix for the Badgers at QB.
An interesting look at the darkest day in Michigan football history. Michigan's Devin Gardner tries to master two positions -- quarterback and receiver -- in camp. The same could be the case for Wolverines defender Jake Ryan.
Michigan State's Lawrence Thomas follows the path of William Gholston. The Spartans' defensive backs see leadership in new starting quarterback Andrew Maxwell.
Big Ten coaches weigh in on the challenges of scheduling.
Northwestern RB Mike Trumpy is healthy and ready to roll. Stanford transfer Quinn Evans came out of medical retirement to play for Northwestern. The Wildcats once again could look to a running back by committee.
Dustin Hockensmith looks at the Penn State players who now have big opportunities because of transfers. Tight end Dakota Royer leaves Penn State's program but remains enrolled in school.
Marc Morehouse tries to translate what the Big Ten Network guys gleaned from Iowa's practice. Outsmart your buddies with these random facts about Iowa football.
The attorneys for former Ohio State LB Storm Klein file a motion for dismissal.
BTN.com ranks the Big Ten headgear.
Working for the weekend ... In case you missed it, check out colleague Wright Thompson's excellent piece on Urban Meyer's quest to achieve balance.