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- Nebraska denies the report that a school rep reached out to Mack Brown's attorney.
- Jason LaCanfora reports that two NFL teams have reached out to Bill O'Brien, who is ready to return to the pros. The NFL rumors regarding O'Brien won't go away any time soon.
- Top recruit Jabrill Peppers had a good weekend at Michigan and seems unlikely to take visits elsewhere.
- Michigan State's Rose Bowl tradition is embodied in the Bullough family, Joe Rexrode writes.
- Minnesota defensive coordinator Tracy Claeys is drawing interest from other teams. The Gophers had a big recruiting weekend as three players committed for the 2014 class.
- Illinois athletic director Mike Thomas weighs in on the 2013 season in an extensive Q&A.
- Iowa standout tackle Brandon Scherff says the NFL can wait. The Hawkeyes' young linebackers have big shoes to fill.
- Despite his cold pizza moment, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer says he handles losing better now than before.
- Wisconsin defensive coordinator Dave Aranda saw some trouble signs before the Penn State game.
- Purdue builds some momentum on the recruiting trail.
- Wide receiver recruit Dominique Booth signs financial aid papers with Indiana but hasn't yet committed to the school.
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