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There's been a lot of misinformation about the Big Ten's playoff position, and Graham Couch chronicles how the story has been botched.
Florida president Bernie Machen takes a direct shot at the Big Ten.
Tom Osborne is open to renewing the Nebraska-Oklahoma series. Nebraska's walk-ons gets a jump on their college careers at the Shrine Bowl.
Penn State's president is pleased with the performance of coach Bill O'Brien and AD Dave Joyner. The Lions will host several 2014 quarterback prospects at a camp this weekend. Jerry Sandusky once again asks for a trial delay.
At least one Florida fan, golfer Chris DiMarco, still has love for Urban Meyer. Ohio State calls off a potential home-and-home series with Georgia because of the Pac-12/Big Ten pact.
Danny O'Brien arrives at Wisconsin ready to hit the books -- the playbook, that is.
Michigan coach Brady Hoke isn't commenting on Will Campbell's situation, although Campbell's status remains unchanged. Michigan surges to the top of Rivals.com's 2013 recruiting rankings.
Michigan State returns the second smallest percentage of offensive yards from 2011 in the FBS.
After a historic hiring spree, Illinois athletic director Mike Thomas is moving ahead.
Iowa is positioned to swipe a commit away from Toledo, colleague Jared Shanker reports.
Shanker also examines players to watch at this weekend's Nike Football Training Camp in Champaign, Ill.
BTN.com's Tom Dienhart previews Week 11 in the Big Ten this fall.
Minnesota has improved its academic performance under Jerry Kill, Sid Hartman writes.
Purdue has a New Jersey receiver on its recruiting radar.
Maize 'n Brew has an extensive preview of Northwestern.