Phone! I bet that's Mama. I was just dreaming it was raining chickens.
Nebraska's Jamal Turner hopes his game-winning touchdown catch can be a springboard. Despite a strong season, Huskers running back Ameer Abdullah finds room to improve. Nebraska assistant Ron Brown reflects on last year's emotionally charged game at Penn State.
Minnesota's D.L. Wilhite is finishing up his career, in line for several milestones and writing his senior thesis -- in Arabic. Another Gophers defensive lineman, Ra'Shede Hageman, will consider leaving for the NFL after the season.
It looks like tight end Kyle Carter will be back for Penn State, while it doesn't look as promising for defensive tackle Jordan Hill. Lions quarterback Matt McGloin has been a steadying force for the offense. Penn State coach Bill O'Brien will look to Nebraska as a model for his walk-on program.
The Big Ten Network's Dave Revsine crunches the numbers for Week 11.
Brady Hoke isn't saying much about Michigan's quarterback situation. Like many Big Ten coaches, Michigan D-coordinator Greg Mattison is frustrated with how pass interference is being called.
Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz talks recruiting, social media and a possibly pressing quarterback.
Michigan State has a sports psychologist and needs him a lot this season.
Big plays are working against Illinois both ways.