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Finally, justice is served.
Herb Gould writes Illinois AD Mike Thomas hasn't lost faith in coach Tim Beckman. The Illini defense is still looking to regain its swagger.
Michigan State likely will be without TE Dion Sims against Iowa. Graham Couch makes three positive predictions for the rest of MSU's season.
Wisconsin wants to get QB Curt Phillips more involved in the offensive game plan. After losing star power in recent years, the Badgers look for a strong collective effort from their defensive line.
A look at the Week 7 story lines in the Big Ten.
Iowa CB Micah Hyde pleads not guilty to public intoxication. Kirk Ferentz aims for his 100th win as Iowa's coach on Saturday.
Indiana TE Ted Bolser isn't facing discipline from the Big Ten after his ejection last Saturday. Dustin Dopirak writes Indiana's defensive backs have played better than you think (subscription required).
Teddy Greenstein reviews Northwestern's offensive plays at Penn State and finds multiple problems.
Coach Jerry Kill takes a cautious approach about Minnesota's early success this season.
A patient approach with football coaches has served Nebraska well in the past, Steven M. Sipple writes. Sam McKewon weighs in on the recruiting challenges at Nebraska.
Michael Weinreb on Penn State re-learning the meaning of football. The Coach of the Year talk for Penn State's Bill O'Brien is premature. Evaluating the Lions' wide receivers and tight ends midway through the season.
Tom Dienhart's latest bowl projections have Michigan headed to Pasadena.
Finally, justice is served. A really good take by Ken Thompson on the defining moment of the Danny Hope era at Purdue. The Boilers have plenty to fix before Wisconsin comes to town.