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They're flopping all over the place.
Wisconsin's offensive line knows a big challenge awaits against Ohio State. The Badgers have plenty of reasons to keep playing hard the next two games, even with their ticket to Indy already punched. Chris Borland could be limited by a hamstring problem against the Buckeyes.
Michigan tight end Mike Kwiatkowski, who was just a regular student his first two years, wraps up an unlikely career this week. "Coach" Denard Robinson has been offering suggestions to Al Borges on game days the past couple of weeks.
It's been something of a lost year for DeAnthony Arnett, but the Michigan State receiver says he has no regrets. Le'Veon Bell says he could go to the NFL after the season, but he wants to finish his junior year off right first.
Losing Kyle Carter hurts, but Penn State is loaded at the tight end position. Nittany Lions merchandise was temporarily absent from the NCAA website. Matt McGloin was benched -- from talking to the media.
Venric Mark is good to go for Northwestern this weekend.
What Philip Nelson doesn't do -- creating turnovers and making mistakes -- is one of his brightest attributes for Minnesota. Nelson got some words of advice from Jerry Kill's former quarterback at Southern Illinois.
What's wrong with Illinois? What isn't, Loren Tate asks.
The Indiana offense felt a little better after watching the film of the Wisconsin game (subscription required).
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