- Austin Ward, ESPN Staff Writer
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There's highs, there's lows, the roller coaster is out of control.
Bill O'Brien stopped by Nittanyville, and the Penn State coach wound up showing off his basketball skills in a dunk contest.
Sean Robinson is in position to offer advice to a quarterback making his first start or one transitioning to defense. He's done both himself, making the Purdue linebacker an invaluable resource for Danny Etling and Rob Henry.
The Wisconsin receivers measure themselves with a statistic that doesn't show up in the box score, taking pride in their blocking and counting "knockdowns."
Kyle Rowland digs into Ohio State's official performance reviews of the coaching staff through its first season on the job.
Minnesota athletic director Norwood Teague has "no question" about who his football coach is despite Jerry Kill's health issues.
There's highs, there's lows, the roller coaster is out of control. Michigan State linebacker Max Bullough may have a nose for the football, but he can't actually smell anything since he was born without that sense.