Nothing. The silent killer.
Barry Alvarez is intrigued by a proposal for Wisconsin to play a game at Lambeau Field. By not trying to do too much, linebacker Chris Borland is doing more. David Gilbert's yapping cost him the start at Nebraska.
Former walk-on Matt Tobin is a success story at Iowa. Ex-Hawkeyes kicker Nate Kaeding writes about how Kirk Ferentz handles a crisis. An Iowa professor recalls meeting the namesake of the Floyd of Rosedale trophy: "He just looked like a pig to me."
Minnesota quarterback Max Shortell has excelled at reading defenses fast.
Attendance problems are still dogging Illinois.
Northwestern's Tyris Jones has learned to pick his battles after doing some brawling on the scout team.
Purdue will have to counter Marshall's "hyper-speed" tempo on offense.
Indiana students believe the Hoosiers are no longer a Big Ten pushover.
BTN's Dave Revsine has his weekly numbers column to get you primed for the weekend.