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Michigan quarterback is still "day-to-day," and could miss Saturday's game against Iowa. (The Detroit Free Press)
No big deal?
Nebraska head football coach Bo Pelini tried to downplay the sideline argument he had with safety Daimion Stafford. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)
Ted Glover compares the job Minnesota HC Jerry Kill has done reviving the Golden Gophers football program to what the Tubby Smith has done has head coach of the Minnesota men's basketball team. (Off Tackle Empire)
Illinois-Northwestern has been given an 12:00 noon ET starting time. (The Chicago Tribune)
Steve Batterson looks at Iowa struggles to convert on third downs. (The Quad City Times)
Bill Livingston profiles Ohio State linebacker Zach Boren (The Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Meet the Press.
Luke Zimmerman recaps Ohio St. HC Urban Meyer's weekly press conference. (Land-Gra...
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Nebraska coach Bo Pelini is downplaying a sideline argument he had with safety Daimion Stafford that was captured on camera during Saturday's game against Penn State.
There have been other incidents involving Pelini's behavior on the sideline in the five years he's coached in Lincoln. Pelini said Monday he doesn't worry or care about the cameras pointed at him, and...
Nebraska Cornhuskers Head Coach Bo Pelini is known for being a very angry and intense coach, and it seems as though this time defensive back Daimion Stafford had enough of it. He had a few choice words for Pelini during their game against Penn State, and it will be interesting to see if there are any repercussions for his behavior.This also isn’t the first time that Stafford has...
Nebraska coach Bo Pelini isn't afraid to get vocal on the sidelines, but the tables were turned on him in Saturday's win over Penn State. ...
Nebraska coach Bo Pelini says he can't change his ways and fans might as well accept that yelling and confrontations between him and his players are going to happen on the sidelines.
Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini talked with the media for nearly 30 minutes on Monday.
Yes, I know I’ve been MIA for a week. I can explain—just first, agree not to judge me. It started off very innocently. I opened up the Little Brown Jug to celebrate last week after the Michigan victory over Minnesota. I just took one swig—I swear. My stomach must have been emptier than I thought—you know gophers aren’t as meaty as they used to be.
The next thing...
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Denard Robinson has become the elephant in Brady Hoke's room.
There have been times in Hoke's two seasons at Michigan where he couldn't stop talking about his multi-talented quarterback, but that has changed ever since Robinson left the Nebraska game with a nerve problem in his throwing elbow.
The Wolverines lost that game as backup Russell Bellomy...
Nebraska linebacker Will Compton wanted to set the record straight on a few things regarding his head coach Bo Pelini on Tuesday.
Devin Gardner has proved a capable replacement for star quarterback Denard Robinson, helping keep Michigan's Big Ten title hopes alive.
With Robinson's status unclear, the 23rd-ranked Wolverines try to stay in the race by avoiding another upset to Iowa on Saturday in Ann Arbor.
Robinson has missed the past two games with nerve damage in his elbow, and coach Brady Hoke would...
The topic of Michigan's quarterback situation is a catch-22 for sportswriters and bloggers. If you don't call it a "quarterback controversy", which it isn't, then what do you call it? We desperately want to label things. If you label it as anything else, like a "situation" or an "issue", does that make it less interesting? Because I find...