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Iowa doesn't have a drug problem but it tried to address its perception problem Tuesday, CBSsports.com's Dennis Dodd writes. The Hawkeyes are mired in a rough stretch, AOL FanHouse's Mark Hasty writes. Coach Kirk Ferentz didn't say much of note Tuesday, but he looked worn down, Sean Keeler writes in the Des Moines Register.
Monday Night Football is coming to Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium, Paul Levy writes in the Star Tribune.
The Big Ten defends its new division names, Teddy Greenstein writes in the Chicago Tribune.
Ohio State's Terrelle Pryor is feeling disrespected, and he could look to prove a point in the Allstate Sugar Bowl, Bill Livingston writes in The Cleveland Plain Dealer. The Buckeyes don't know much about Arkansas -- the team or the state, Ken Gordon writes in The Columbus Dispatch.
The Detroit News' Lynn Henning wonders: if Michigan came calling, would Jim Harbaugh listen? Arkansas' Ryan Mallett says he still has "a little Michigan in me" regarding his feelings on Ohio State.
Jeff Horton and all but one of Tim Brewster's former assistants won't be retained at Minnesota, Charley Walters writes in the (St. Paul) Pioneer Press.
Wisconsin safety Aaron Henry overcame injuries to finish his career strong, Tom Mulhern writes in the Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin's governor is a part of the team's official Rose Bowl party heading to Pasadena, Don Walker writes in the Wisconsin Journal Sentinel.
Penn State will conduct several bowl practices at the Philadelphia Phillies' training complex in Clearwater, Bob Flounders writes in The (Harrisburg) Patriot-News.
Michigan State offensive lineman John Stipek forecasted a special season and says the Spartans aren't done yet, Greg Johnson writes in The Grand Rapids Press.
It's back to the basics for Northwestern's defense, Greenstein writes.
New Indiana coach Kevin Wilson is driven by loyalty, LaMond Pope writes in The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.
Illinois adds another commitment for its 2011 class, Joe Mink writes in the Ithaca Journal.