The links begin with GREAT news as former Iowa safety Brett Greenwood has emerged from a coma and is reportedly walking, talking and asking where he can watch football games this weekend. Greenwood suffered a heart attack Sept. 9 and was in a medically induced coma for several weeks.
Best of luck to Brett in his recovery.
Let's get to the other links ...
Steven M. Sipple writes the Legends division race will go down to the wire.
RB Curtis Dukes provides a big boost (literally) for the Penn State backfield. Bob Flounders wonders how Penn State's offense will look without its top receiver.
Indiana has had 31 players leave the program (18 scholarship) since coach Kevin Wilson arrived.
Purdue needs another strong performance from its defense. Pete DiPrimio writes we'll learn a lot about the Boilers in the next four weeks.
Dirk Chatelain breaks down Nebraska's defensive issues.
LB Mike Taylor is becoming the big name for Wisconsin's no-name defense. Bret Bielema asks Wisconsin students to clean up their language on game days.
Northwestern's secondary gets a boost as recruit Traveon Henry commits.
The Daily Gopher expects Minnesota's rebuilding process to take a while.