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Latest Bo Pelini Items
Every time Northwestern's football players slip on their workout shirts, they see just how close they came to an undefeated season in 2012.
Big Ten athletic directors and football coaches say they have reservations about loosened NCAA recruiting rules that would allow unlimited contact between recruiters and high school players.
Aaron Murray wanted nothing more this week than to send Georgia's senior class out with a game to remember.
It was homecoming 1991. Ninth-ranked Nebraska was favored by 35 points over Kansas State, still thought of as a woebegone program at the time and whose best days were still far on the horizon.
Nebraska is still smarting from that 39-point loss to Wisconsin in the Big Ten championship game, and few people outside the state believe the No. 23 Cornhuskers are capable of beating sixth-ranked Georgia in the Capital One Bowl.
The courses for the Big Ten championship game opponents were set when they met in late September.
Nebraska athletic director Tom Osborne says he's glad he made it to the other side of the field when he jogged out of the tunnel into Memorial Stadium before the game against Minnesota last weekend.
Nebraska coach Bo Pelini says he can't change his ways and fans might as well accept that yelling and confrontations between him and him players are going to happen on the sidelines.
The scary part for Ohio State's opponents is that Braxton Miller is still learning the offense.