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Two days till Big Ten football, three days till Bearmageddon in Chicago.
Penn State top RB Bill Belton sits out practice Wednesday. Belton's likely replacement against Virginia, Derek Day, has maximized his opportunities. The Lions' new offense has been a great fit for TE Kyle Carter.
As first reported here, Ohio State and Penn State can be named official Leaders Division champs.
The Big Ten Network's Dave Revsine goes inside the numbers for Week 2 in the league.
Michigan LT Taylor Lewan calls out the offensive line for an "embarrassing" performance against Bama. Brady Hoke has decided who will wear Bennie Oosterbaan's unretired No. 47 on Saturday.
Illinois QB Nathan Scheelhaase is improving in his recovery from an ankle injury. An Illini tight end (Jon Davis) stole the spotlight from the running backs in the opener.
Despite Northwestern's defensive struggles against Syracuse, coach Pat Fitzgerald tells Vanderbilt to "bring it" Saturday. Northwestern's "jet" team showed it can take flight.
The opener was no fluke: Minnesota S Derrick Wells is a natural playmaker. Freshmen at Minnesota can attend Saturday's home opener for free. Jerry Kill is following the Glen Mason path of scheduling, Patrick Reusse writes.
Jamie Samuelsen has some thoughts on Michigan, Michigan State and Twitter.
Don't expect too many changes in Michigan State's secondary against Central Michigan. The Spartans receivers hope to broaden their roles in Week 2.
Kinnick Stadium gives Iowa a big edge in its rivalry with Iowa State. Three story lines heading into Iowa-Iowa State.
Indiana freshman offensive lineman Jason Spriggs has next-level talent (subscription required).
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