Friday links fun:
Terrelle Pryor's attorney said the former Buckeyes quarterback did not receive checks or cash from Dennis Talbott in exchange for autographs. Talbott also denied that he gave Pryor any money. The outcry over Pryor allegedly making money selling autographs exposes the hypocrisy of Ohio State and big-time college sports, Bob Hunter says in the Columbus Dispatch. Pryor has a spot waiting for him in the UFL if he wants it.
Ex-Michigan players aren't taking too much joy in Ohio State's troubles. A game-by-game prediction for the Wolverines' season. Receiver Daryl Stonum received two years' probation for driving while impaired charges.
Eric Crouch is knocking the cobwebs off in his attempt to come back and play in the UFL.
The Sporting News previews the Big Ten and names Nebraska the favorite.
Michigan State is hosting some blue-chip prospects on its campus.