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Ohio State has reported many secondary violations in the past year, including Urban Meyer telling Noah Spence "good luck" before a game. None of them are a big deal on their own, but all eyes are on the Buckeyes right now, Doug Lesmerises writes.
Purdue coach Danny Hope is optimistic that Antavian Edison will be cleared of weapons charges and can play in 2012. He says Edison may have "been in the wrong place at the wrong time."
New offensive coordinator Greg Davis's Texas ties helped Iowa land a commitment from a high school quarterback.
The starting free safety spot remains one of the few jobs up for grabs on Michigan State's defense.
Remember the plan to spotlight academic achievements on the Big Ten Network? Not so much.
Nebraska has missed out on the star quarterback recruits it was pursuing but still has some potentially strong signalcallers on the radar.
Strength coach Craig Fitzgerald put Penn State players through a taxing round of summer workouts that included one of the toughest days at the beach ever.
Tom Dienhart analyzes Wisconsin's schedule.
Nate Sandell dissects Minnesota's roster.
Less Florida and more California could be in the Big Ten's bowl future.
Illinois alums took a shot at Northwestern's "Chicago's Team" slogan.