- Adam Rittenberg, ESPN Staff Writer
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I'm gonna fight him. I'm gonna fight him up real nice.
Drake Harris is still committed to Michigan State but has opened his recruitment, and both Ohio State and Michigan are in the mix.
Nebraska's young linebackers know opportunity awaits them in 2013.
Wisconsin's new defensive line coach wants his players to challenge the Badgers' offensive line coach. A fourth man has been charged in the attack on Badgers running back Montee Ball.
Mel Kiper says Michigan's Denard Robinson won't fall below the second round of the draft. Recruit Dan Samuelson thinks Michigan's offensive line can become like Alabama's.
Marc Morehouse provides an update on Iowa's coaching staff changes and recruiting efforts.
Purdue defensive lineman Kawann Short could sneak into the first round of the NFL draft.
Urban Meyer and Ohio State look for a strong finish to 2013 recruiting.
Three Michigan State recruits will participate in the Big 33 Football Classic. A former Michigan State player (Arthur Ray Jr.) and a former MSU coach (John L. Smith) both are headed to Division II Fort Lewis College.
Former Minnesota receiver A.J. Barker is arrested on a marijuana possession charge. An interesting story on a potential change in NCAA transfer rules with some mentions of former Minnesota QB Max Shortell.
I'm gonna fight him. I'm gonna fight him up real nice. The Big Ten is the nation's most valuable conference, according to Forbes. The league should keep it simple with its new division names.