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Topic - Paul Petrino
The NCAA has levied penalties, including a ban on post-season play next season, against the Idaho football team for failing to meet academic standards for the 2009 through 2012 seasons.
Tyler Wilson won't have to look far for advice from a Petrino when No. 10 Arkansas opens its season against Jacksonville State on Saturday.
Illinois and Northwestern play for a trophy with no history, a two-year-old replica of Abe Lincoln's hat. The trickle of venom that flows between the two programs would make SEC fans snicker.
Juice Williams is gone and the guy who's being asked to replace him at Illinois after two bad seasons was barely a blip on the roster a year ago.
"You have enough guys that they can all play in the game, and then you bring in the hammer in the fourth quarter," he said. "A lot of times in football it comes down to who's tougher, their safeties or our running backs?"
Petrino said his offense here won't be quite what he ran at Arkansas with big-armed quarterback Ryan Mallet.