What's the bowl status for each team? Will Chad Henne and Mike Hart play versus Ohio State? Is Minnesota going to go winless in the Big Ten? It's all covered in the Big Ten notebook.
From Mark Dantonio's countdown clock for Michigan to Penn State's struggling defense, the Big Ten is covered here.
The showcase game in the Big Ten is Ohio State-Penn State, but the weekend slate is full of meaningful games for other conference teams, writes Bruce Hooley.
From Wisconsin's attempts to get its season back on track to Illinois' matchup with Michigan to Penn State's Jekyll and Hyde conundrum, the Big Ten is covered here.
From Michigan's injury woes to the big matchup between Purdue and Ohio State, the Big Ten is covered here.
Can Michigan State finish what it started? Could Penn State start conference play 0-2? The Big Ten notebook has the answers.
From Michigan's new outlook to Michigan State's gamesmanship to the Big Ten's "quirky" scheduling, ESPN.com has the Big Ten covered.
Michigan might be 0-2, but tailback Mike Hart isn't lacking for confidence. Read more in Bruce Hooley's Big Ten notebook.
From Penn State's whiteout conditions versus Notre Dame to Iowa's fast start to Michigan's misery, the Big Ten is covered here.
Tough weather and tougher players make recruiting for specific positions a must in the Big Ten, writes Scouts Inc.'s Steve Muench.
Joe Paterno was ready to return to coaching via a "mobility plan," but even without JoePa this weekend Penn State should expand that mobility, writes Bruce Hooley.
After roaring to a 4-0 start, Purdue is struggling to get bowl eligible, writes Bruce Hooley.
Indiana has its first Big Ten winning streak in 10 years, and a third Big Ten team could lose to a I-AA squad. Read about it in this week's Big Ten notebook.
From Iowa's injury woes to Michigan State's coaching conundrums to Ohio State's upcoming cupcake schedule, the Big Ten is covered here.
With Adrian Peterson, Michael Bush and Marshawn Lynch among the returning players in 2006, the running back position is loaded, writes Todd McShay.
Penn State and Ohio State get the top grades as Tom Luginbill and Craig Haubert grade the Big Ten's 2006 recruiting classes.