- Adam Rittenberg, ESPN Staff Writer
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Happy Friday. Boise State-Michigan State tonight. Who's excited?
According to Wisconsin AD Barry Alvarez, the Big Ten is encouraging its members to beef up their non-league schedules.
Michigan's Denard Robinson embraces stardom and the underdog role against Alabama, Stewart Mandel writes. It's no surprise that Robinson is the key for a Michigan upset of Alabama.
There's never been an opening weekend like this for the Michigan schools, Bob Wojnowski writes.
Bill O'Brien draws inspiration from his son, Jack, as he leads Penn State, Dick Weiss writes. Some different perspectives on the start of Penn State's season.
Wisconsin star Montee Ball has gone through some significant life changes in recent months. Pitt transfer Brock DiCicco earns a scholarship at Wisconsin.
After a gruesome-sounding knee injury, Iowa defensive tackle Carl Davis is focused on a return to the field. Marc Morehouse writes that there's no rhyme or reason to Iowa's string of ACL injuries.
Former Ohio State lineman Kenny Hayes isn't headed to Michigan State after all.
The Big Ten Network's Dave Revsine goes inside the numbers for the 2012 season.
Purdue coach Danny Hope prepares to open the season against his alma mater. Hope also wants his players to honor Purdue alum Neil Armstrong.
Nittanyville (formerly Paternoville) continues to thrive at Penn State. The Paterno family adjusts to the changes at Penn State.