I love Westerns, the bloodier the better, that's my favorite type of movie -- that and anything set against the backdrop of competitive cheerleading.
In case you missed it, I appeared on the latest ESPNU podcast with colleague Ivan Maisel (some Bielema guy also is on there).
Jerry Kill's impression of his new Minnesota players before spring practice wasn't a favorable one, Marcus Fuller writes in the (St. Paul) Pioneer Press. Kill brings a fresh outlook to the Twin Cities, Rivals.com's Tom Dienhart writes.
The pilots who flew too low over Kinnick Stadium before the Iowa-Ohio State game last November face discipline from the Air Force, B.A. Morelli writes.
So much for going home, as former Michigan safety Ray Vinopal is now headed to Pittsburgh. The Wolverines are still looking for a top running back to emerge, Mark Snyder writes in the Detroit Free Press.
Indiana's Mick Mentzer adjusts to the coaches' new demands, Pete DiPrimio writes in The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel.
Penn State's offense gets a lift with the return of Curtis Drake, Ron Musselman writes in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
The Bruce Pearl-Jim Tressel comparisons are lazy, Ramzy Nasrallah writes. The Ohio State case illustrates the diminished power of school presidents, USA Today's Kelly Whiteside writes.
Quarterback tops this list of five position battles at Nebraska, Samuel McKewon writes in the Nebraska State Paper. Huskers early enrollee Tyler Moore is adjusting well, Steven Sipple writes in the Lincoln Journal Star.
Purdue's Justin Kitchens takes a positive approach toward a switch to offense, Mike Carmin writes in The (Lafayette) Journal and Courier.