- Austin Ward, College Football
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Something about this weekend smells like a rose.
Former Indiana captain Larry McDaniel will be returning for a homecoming of sorts as the current Bowling Green assistant prepares to visit a place "with a lot of fond memories" for him. Tevin Coleman was born to carry the football for Indiana, Dustin Dopirak writes (subscription required).
Just about a month after thinking his season was over, Danny Anthrop is ready to make his season debut against Notre Dame. On the flip side, Purdue will be without tight end Gabe Holmes after the tight end suffered a "pretty serious" wrist injury in practice.
Desmond King is transitioning quickly into the lineup at cornerback, and Iowa likes what it sees so far from the true freshman. Kirk Ferentz believes problems with penalties are coming from a lack of concentration.
Michigan State has struggled to find consistency on offense, which is opening up chances for young players like receiver R.J Shelton. Joe Rexrode takes a look back at Michigan State legend Hank Bullough.
Braxton Miller's status for Saturday's trip to Cal is still unclear, but he will travel with Ohio State. Buckeyes center Corey Linsley might finally be ready to play a complete game as he recovers from offseason surgery.
Something about this weekend smells like a rose. After some early success, Illinois is looking to show off on a big stage. Former linebacker Matt Sinclair is proving invaluable to coach Tim Beckman in his new role with the program.