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And the wild things roared their terrible roars and gnashed their terrible teeth and rolled their terrible eyes and showed their terrible claws.
RIP, Maurice Sendak.
The date of the alleged locker-room shower incident involving Jerry Sandusky has changed, which could help two former Penn State officials in their perjury case.
Spring football accelerated the healing process at both Penn State and Ohio State, colleague Gene Wojciechowski writes.
Northwestern might be a long shot to bring ESPN's "College GameDay" to campus, but coach Pat Fitzgerald is taking the challenge head on. Matt Micucci starred as a prep quarterback, but he'll walk on as a kicker/punter at Northwestern.
There's a chance Iowa's season opener at Soldier Field might not be televised. The Hawkeyes roll out the welcome mat for folks from Camp Courageous.
Michigan safety Jordan Kovacs steps into a primary leadership role. Soon-to-be baseball Hall of Famer Barry Larkin talks about how he told Bo Schembechler he was quitting football at Michigan.
Dirk Chatelain has a very personal take on the controversy surrounding Nebraska assistant Ron Brown.
Wisconsin's coaches need to make a stronger effort to ensure their athletes avoid bad choices. Montee Ball wasn't the only elite athlete on Mifflin Street -- oh, Kaner.
BTN.com's Tom Dienhart ranks his top Big Ten tandems.
Several former Minnesota players are chasing their NFL dreams with the Vikings.
A defensive recruit from Florida lands his first scholarship offer from Indiana.
The Football Writers Association of America gives some well-deserved recognition to Michigan State's athletic communications staff.
The Naples News' David Moulton favors Jim Delany's proposal for a college football playoff.