- Adam Rittenberg, ESPN Staff Writer
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Can you taste the turkey yet?
Zach Meisel looks back at Ohio State's turnaround since reaching a low point two years ago in Ann Arbor. Urban Meyer gears up for a "brutal" two weeks.
Penn State coach Bill O'Brien wants to see the playoff expand to eight teams.
Michigan finds itself in the worst-possible scenario as both Ohio State and Michigan State are surging, Bob Wojnowski writes. The Wolverines don't care that no one believes in them.
Nebraska coach Bo Pelini doesn't believe he's coaching for his job Friday against Iowa.
Not surprisingly, Wisconsin believes it is worthy of a BCS at-large berth.
Michigan State looks at Saturday's game as a chance to clinch a spot in the BCS bowls.
Northwestern QB Kain Colter hasn't been ruled out -- not yet at least -- for Saturday's finale at Illinois.
Illini WR Steve Hull continues to leave his mark as his career winds down.
Indiana coach Kevin Wilson sees progress in Year 3 despite no bowl appearance.
Purdue CB Ricardo Allen has taken the losses hard this season but has no regrets.
Maryland doesn't look Big Ten-ready as its league move nears.