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Blackhawks return to the United Center tonight, and I'll be there to welcome them. Foghorn? Yes, please.
Teddy Greenstein on some of the big changes coming to the Big Ten.
Ohio State AD Gene Smith reiterates that he'd like to see the Buckeyes and Michigan in the same division starting in 2014. Parents of Ohio State recruits talk about the perils of deregulating the recruiting process.
Former Wisconsin receivers coach Henry Mason is a valuable asset for new Badgers boss Gary Andersen.
Denard Robinson is gone, but Michigan isn't totally abandoning the zone-read on offense.
Nebraska defensive coordinator John Papuchis weighs in on the new recruiting proposals.
The glass is half full for every college coach on national signing day, colleague Brett McMurphy writes.
Illinois coach Tim Beckman considers Chicago a separate state for recruiting purposes.
Northwestern announces its leadership council for the 2013 season.
Decorated quarterback recruit Danny Etling remained committed to Purdue despite some turbulent times.
A look at Iowa wide receiver recruit Andre Harris. Iowa's president says the athletic department functions largely on its own financially.
New Indiana assistant James Patton will fill several roles (subscription required). The Hoosiers' latest recruiting class shows things are headed in the right direction.
Minnesota's spring football dates are set.
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