Anybody up for a little fish fry? Former Michigan kicker Brendan Gibbons is apparently not facing charges for the incident that seems to have led to his expulsion from the school.
The Wolverines have seen some of their recruiting momentum slip away. Could Michigan State capitalize on that given its strong finish on the field last season?
Ohio State has found itself a new president, and he was a popular guy with at least one coach during his stint at UC-Irvine.
The Buckeyes are keeping their current athletic director around for a while, and Doug Lesmerises takes a look at the contract extension signed by Gene Smith.
Former Minnesota quarterback Phillip Nelson has picked his next school, and he’ll be staying in the Big Ten as he heads to Rutgers.
Should likely defensive coordinator Joe Rossi be judged for the performance of the Scarlet Knights in the bowl game against Notre Dame?
Iowa has fired an athletic department employee over missing funds from ticket sales on the Hawkeye Express.
Nebraska athletic director Shawn Eichorst has been on the job for a year, and he’s crammed plenty into that relatively short timeframe.
Penn State’s new passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach knows better players can make for better coaches, and Ricky Rahne is set to work with another talented signal caller in Christian Hackenberg.
A Madison-based company landed Russell Wilson for his first solo Super Bowl commercial, and it struck gold when the former Wisconsin quarterback actually led Seattle to the NFL championship game.
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