- Brian Bennett, College Football
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There are two kinds of heists: those where the guys get away with it, and those that leave witnesses.
Indiana kicker Mitch Ewald says his leg is stronger than ever (subscription required).
Drew Sharp argues that the moral high ground is more important than beating Alabama, which is why Michigan shouldn't play Fitz Toussaint in that game. A Big Ten title remains the goal for the Wolverines.
Gophers offensive lineman Jimmy Gjere is trying to overcome concussion problems.
Northwestern's receiving corps is aiming higher than just being the best in the Big Ten.
Penn State's quarterbacks are still getting acclimated to Bill O'Brien's playbook. Slot receiver Alex Kenney is looking to make an impact on offense. Penn State trustees backed president Rodney Erickson's handling of NCAA sanctions.
Purdue is working on a new halftime routine to reverse last year's third-quarter troubles.
There are two kinds of heists: those where the guys get away with it, and those that leave witnesses. Illinois cornerback Terry Hawthorne talks about how he avoided trouble in a tough upbringing and why earning his diploma is so important.