Two weeks from now, we'll be talking about actual football games.
A good breakdown of Terrelle Pryor's roundabout route to the NFL supplemental draft from The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer's Doug Lesmerises. Tim Keown breaks down the apparent NCAA-NFL merger brought on by Pryor.
New Michigan State offensive coordinator Dan Roushar is about more than the run game, Joe Rexrode writes in the Lansing State Journal. The Spartans still need to fill three starting offensive line spots, George Sipple writes in the Detroit Free Press.
Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson has been accurate with his passing in practice, annarbor.com's Kyle Meinke writes. The Wolverines are taking a different approach to weight training, Mark Snyder writes in the Detroit Free Press.
Penn State players and coaches use Twitter with caution, Jeff Rice writes in the Centre Daily Times. Lions quarterback Shane McGregor might be taking my job some day. Penn State offensive linemen discuss the team's top two signal-callers.
Northwestern quarterback Dan Persa admits he won't be the same player, at least early this season, Teddy Greenstein writes in the Chicago Tribune.
New Illinois AD Mike Thomas stops by Thursday's football practice.
An interesting Q&A with Minnesota AD Joel Maturi from the (St. Paul) Pioneer Press' Marcus Fuller. Minnesota coach Jerry Kill plays mind games with the team's kickers.