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  • Miles Shuler ready for second chance at Northwestern

     Miles Shuler ready for second chance at Northwestern
    Miles Shuler did not wait long to broach the subject. Within hours of Venric Mark's decision to leave Northwestern, Shuler extended the courtesy of asking for Mark's No. 5 jersey.
  • Northwestern's Collin Ellis eyes encore vs. Cal

     Northwestern's Collin Ellis eyes encore vs. Cal
    Collin Ellis scored two touchdowns last year at California — not exactly a common occurrence for a linebacker — but his favorite memory came after the game. "Seeing my mom (in the stands) was awesome," he said. "I broke down in tears."...

    Big Ten Network set standard for others to follow

    Big Ten Network set standard for others to follow
    If you watch ESPN, you have seen the million or so promos hyping the new SEC Network, which made its debut last week. It's been there, done that for the Big Ten Network (BTN). The network has been around for light years in terms of the new media...

    College football's game of conference realignment is finally ending

    In the children's game of musical chairs, the big loser is the kid who can't find a seat when the music stops. In college football's game of musical chairs, the big loser is probably Connecticut. Or, in the expanded game, toss in Boise State,...

    Chris Hays: The Prospector: No lip service for this secretive bunch as National Signing Day hits

    Chris Hays: The Prospector: No lip service for this secretive bunch as National Signing Day hits
    There's drama abound as we approach a pivotal moment in America this week. The importance of the subject matter, however, will have far different opinions depending on who you ask. Is it going to be Mitt or Newt? Tracy or Nelson? Whoa, before all of you...