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Alonzo Harris: Tell me a story, Hoyt.
Jake Hoyt: My story?
Alonzo Harris: No, not your story. A story. Because you can't keep your mouth shut long enough for me to read my paper. Tell me a story.
Jake Hoyt: I don't think I know any stories.
Alonzo Harris: You don't know any stories? Okay, I'll tell you a story.
Not surprisingly, defensive tackle Josh Brent is back working out with his Illinois teammates after serving jail time earlier this summer, Douglas Hamm writes in the Bloomington Pantagraph.
Wisconsin comes in at No. 41 on The New York Times' countdown of FBS teams.
Penn State recruit Robert Bolden and Illinois quarterback Juice Williams both are mentioned in Bruce Feldman's rundown of the Elite 11 quarterback camp.
Michigan's swell of player departures could do some damage to the team's APR, Mgoblog muses.
Pat Fitzgerald is making Northwestern football relevant again, but how long he stays in Evanston remains the big question, Noah Isackson writes in Chicago Magazine.
One Ohio State linebacker hopes to rock n' Rolle this in Columbus, Tim May writes in The Columbus Dispatch.
Some interesting neutral-site possibilities for Iowa, courtesy of The (Cedar Rapids) Gazette's Mike Hlas.