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“It’s pretty much standard issue, I think, which it is for everyone else in the country. We videotape our games the way that the Big Ten expects us to do it,” Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald said. “Show the scoreboard, videotape the team basically, what would be in essence leaving the huddle, going through the end of the play. And we open share with all of our opponents and we open share with the entire league as is Big Ten protocol.”
Earlier this year, Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema was irked when Meyer aggressively worked to beef up Ohio State’s latest class, which included landing players who had previously given verbal commitments to other league schools. Bielema later said the two had settled their differences.
Dantonio also said back then that he thought it was “pretty unethical” to aggressively pursue such players _ though he later issued a statement saying those comments weren’t directed at any particular school.
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