- Adam Rittenberg, ESPN Staff Writer
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Finally back from my long, strange but entertaining journey to the Deep South. Let's see what's happening around the Big Ten.
Nebraska has the same type of season over and over and over, Dirk Chatelain writes.
Doug Lesmerises examines Michigan State's case to potentially beat Ohio State in the likely Big Ten title game. The Spartans are likely headed back to Indy after a big road win.
Bulldozing back Carlos Hyde has Ohio State headed for big things, Bob Hunter writes.
Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner continues to keep his head up despite adversity, Shawn Windsor writes.
Illinois coaches Tim Beckman and Bill Cubit discuss their sideline scuffle.
Northwestern has to create its own luck after having only the bad kind this season, Kevin Trahan writes.
Bill O'Brien apparently took exception to Darrell Hazell's comments about Penn State's offensive line, and the Lions made Purdue pay on game day. A big performance on the ground has Penn State on track for a possible winning season, David Jones writes.
Jeff Potrkyus looks back at Wisconsin's dominant win against Indiana.
2dMitch Sherman and Dan Murphy