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Playoffs are on the minds of Big Ten leaders as they gather in Chicago today.
Penn State coach Bill O'Brien says he'd like to play Pitt on an annual basis, but the schedule may not allow it to happen. A decision on the Lions' starting quarterback should be coming soon. Penn State has gone to great lengths to help restore its reputation.
Michigan receiver Jerald Robinson had his hearing on a misdemeanor charge postponed. A one-time Wolverines recruiting target says Michigan doesn't pressure prospects into committing. Tate Forcier signed with a CFL team.
Le'Veon Bell is earning some high praise at Michigan State.
Purdue athletic director Morgan Burke wants to preserve the Rose Bowl tradition.
Indiana's Kevin Wilson won't follow Tom Crean's lead and start recruiting eight- or ninth-graders.
Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald was asked about the debate over compensating players in a talk with students.
Versatility will be key as former Gopher fullback Jon Hoese tries to make the Green Bay Packers.
An Ohio linebacker has taken notice of Illinois and Tim Beckman.
The married life suits Bret Bielema just fine.
Kirk Ferentz went on the road to talk about what's happening with Iowa football.
Nebraska's nutritionist talks about how to feed a bunch of hungry Huskers. The Lincoln Journal Star's countdown of the Cornhuskers' top 100 most memorable touchdowns takes a look at the beginning of the Triplets.