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  1. Delany sounds off on pay-for-play issue

    Adam Rittenberg

    ROSEMONT, Ill. -- You already know Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany is among the most vocal opponents of a pay-for-play system in college sports. You also should know Delany is among the more vocal advocates for increasing the value of athletic sch...

    Blog | September 25, 2013
  2. Huskers' Taylor Martinez strikes a balance

    Adam Rittenberg

    LINCOLN, Neb. -- After the way Taylor Martinez introduced himself to the college football world in 2010, footwork would seem like the last thing he'd need to significantly upgrade. The Nebraska quarterback has little trouble moving forward or side...

    Blog | April 11, 2012
  3. Posey ruling doesn't bode well for OSU

    Adam Rittenberg

    The NCAA dropped the hammer Friday on Ohio State wide receiver DeVier Posey. Is the Ohio State program next? We'll soon find out if Friday's NCAA ruling on Posey foreshadows what will come from the infractions committee when it renders a more i...

    Blog | October 07, 2011
  4. Michigan case could reduce staff size

    Adam Rittenberg

    The most significant thing to come out of the NCAA's investigation into Michigan's football program likely won't be the penalties imposed upon the Maize and Blue. While Michigan likely will be hit with a major violation of some sort, as well as pr...

    Blog | March 25, 2010
  5. Paterno talks Big Ten expansion, retirement

    Adam Rittenberg

    Posted by's Adam Rittenberg Penn State head coach Joe Paterno appeared on ESPN's "College Football Live" today and hit on several standard topics, including Big Ten expansion and how long he'll coach at Penn State. Here...

    Blog | June 16, 2009
  6. Drake's season a remarkable success story

    Adam Rittenberg

    Drake's turnaround this season -- a school-record 28 wins and an NCAA tournament berth for the first time since 1971 -- is a remarkable success story, writes Adam Rittenberg.

    Story | Conversation | March 16, 2008