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A big, big commitment for Michigan State as defensive end William Gholston pledges green and white. The Spartans and Penn State are two of the three finalists for quarterback Robert Bolden, colleague Bill Kurelic writes.
Ohio State guard Justin Boren finally speaks out about his physical style of play, the Michigan game and other topics, Ken Gordon writes in The Columbus Dispatch. Buckeyes head coach Jim Tressel, meanwhile, fulfils his need for speed with IRL driver and Ohio State fan Graham Rahal, Tim May writes in The Dispatch.
Michigan adds another quarterback for 2010, while Wolverines recruit Ricardo Miller will play his final high school season in the state this fall. Michigan hopes it found the answer at left tackle in Taylor Lewan, Mark Snyder writes in the Detroit Free Press.
In case you missed Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz on "College Football Live," here's a transcript and other Hawkeyes thoughts from The (Cedar Rapids) Gazette's Marc Morehouse.
Ohio State (No. 4), Michigan (No. 7) and Penn State (No. 9) all ranked among the nation's leaders in college football revenue in 2007-08, according to Street & Smith's SportsBusiness Journal.
One final programming note. Just got confirmation that Penn State head coach Joe Paterno will be on College Football Live later this afternoon (ESPN, 3:30 p.m. ET). Be sure to check it out!