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Wisconsin's quarterback competition could come down to Dustin Sherer and Curt Phillips, Tom Mulhern writes in the Wisconsin State Journal.
"The coaches seem to be genuinely fired up about [Jon] Budmayr. It will be interesting to see how quickly he picks up things. It's a huge bonus that he enrolled early and will take part in spring practices. But don't forget, Budmayr missed almost his entire senior year with a shoulder injury, getting hurt in the first game."
The Internet played a key role in police charging Penn State defensive tackle Jared Odrick with disorderly conduct, Adam Clark writes in The Daily Collegian. Odrick's status on the team has not changed.
Michigan head coach Rich Rodriguez has joined Pete Carroll and others on Twitter, the Detroit Free Press' Mark Snyder writes in his blog.
After snapping its lengthy NCAA tournament drought, Michigan's basketball team could start helping its football colleagues in recruiting, Josh Helmholdt writes in the Detroit Free Press.
Former Ohio State special teams standout Shaun Lane likely won't play football again after a scary injury in the Fiesta Bowl, but he should get feeling back in his arm after surgery, Todd Porter writes in the Canton Repository.
Illinois is closing in on 2011 running back prospect Calvin Phillips, writes ESPN Scouts Inc.'s JC Shurtburtt.