- Josh Moyer, Penn State/Big Ten reporter
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Let the (B1G) games begin ...
Linebacker Max Bullough's surprise absence from the Rose Bowl is sure to impact Michigan State, but no one likely feels worse about the situation than Bullough.
Ohio State players and coaches agree: There's a little of Woody Hayes in Urban Meyer.
Jake Rudock has a tough final exam in the form of a bowl game against LSU, but the Iowa quarterback and microbiology/pre-med major possesses smart study habits.
Shane Morris will start Saturday in place of injured Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner, so the Detroit Free Press' Jeff Seidel takes a closer look at Morris' journey from middle school to the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl.
Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen is hoping to tap a recruiting pipeline in Florida and, in two to three years, would like to see 20 or more players from the Sunshine State.
Minnesota would like to win a bowl game for a change, and defensive tackle Ra'Shede Hageman believes having nine wins would be a program changer.
Bo Pelini was all business as Nebraska arrived at its bowl site and said that "obviously, not everybody made the trip" -- although he wouldn't specify who.
With Danny Etling, Purdue's future at quarterback is promising (subscription required).
BTN's Sean Merriman takes a look at the main storyline for every Big Ten bowl game.
Let the (B1G) games begin ... Bill O'Brien and the Houston Texans have agreed to an interview, according to a report by NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.