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Looking for a job? Here's one. Pays pretty well (Bret Bielema may disagree).
If Wisconsin can't hire Paul Chryst from Pitt, who will it turn to? More on the Badgers' search here. Barry Alvarez won't rush his decision on naming a head coach. Alvarez's brief return to the sideline will energize Wisconsin fans. Don't expect Boise State's Chris Petersen to come to Madison.
Darrell Hazell sets high expectations for Purdue. Boilermakers players are excited to play for Hazell. Purdue made the right call with Hazell and a historic hire in the Big Ten, Bob Kravitz writes. The search begins for Purdue's new staff.
Minnesota coach Jerry Kill expects to be seizure-free within a year.
Silver Football finalist Montee Ball overcame adversity this season.
Bret Bielema's decision speaks volumes about how coaches think, Michael Rosenberg writes. Mike Hlas writes about what the SEC is getting and what the Big Ten is missing. What works in the Big Ten might not in the SEC, Loren Tate writes.
After crunching the numbers, Doug Lesmerises concludes Ohio State wouldn't have made the BCS championship if eligible. The 12-0 Buckeyes visit the Statehouse.
Michigan will carry the Big Ten banner against the SEC.
Matt McGloin's former coach, Jay Paterno, praises the Penn State quarterback's work ethic. With McGloin gone, Penn State's short-term future at quarterback seems murky.
Michigan State running back Le'Veon Bell will challenge TCU's defense.
Illinois is raking in junior college players for 2013.
Looking for a job? Here's one. Pays pretty well (Bret Bielema may disagree). A terrific piece by Scott Dochterman on how geography should be the main factor in Big Ten division alignment.