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The Big Ten is putting its record revenues back into its football programs, Dan Wetzel writes.
Former Indiana coach Bill Mallory not surprisingly disagreed with the team's decision to fire his son as defensive coordinator. The Hoosiers finally could benefit from playing so many young players.
New Michigan offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier doesn't tip his hand about the quarterback situation. Does athletic director Dave Brandon mettle too much with the school's top programs?
Nebraska is gearing up for its typical late push before national signing day. A good look at what's next for the Huskers from Brian Christopherson.
Bill Rabinowitz and Tim May discuss several key Ohio State topics coming out of the season.
Michigan State QB Connor Cook thinks it's silly to consider him an NFL prospect at this point.
Mike Carmin checks in with Purdue early enrollee Kirk Barron.
Here's where Minnesota's recruiting stands about three weeks before signing day.