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Big Ten morning links
With every team in action for just the second weekend this season, there's plenty to get to in the links this morning. Before diving into that, three thoughts on hot topics in the Big Ten as an important Saturday draws closer.

Big Ten morning links
Nebraska running back Ameer Abdullah joined the growing contingent of people shaking their heads at the recent escapades of Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston this week.

Scout's Take: Jalen Coleman picks Illini
ESPN 100 shooting guard Jalen Coleman committed to John Groce and Illinois Tuesday. His decision came down to the Illini, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Michigan and UNLV.

Big Ten morning links
For this edition of the morning links, I bring you three bite-sized opinions:1. Michigan should look to backup QB: Shane Morris doesn’t deserve to start, per se, but Devin Gardner has shown he’s not the answer to Michigan’s woes.

Big Ten Power Rankings: Week 4
Big Ten viewer's guide: Week 4
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The chances to bolster the leaguewide résumé are running low, and the Big Ten already has squandered almost all of them. Can it turn things around today before conference action picks up in earnest next week?

Big Ten's top recruiting visits
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There aren’t many big, exciting home games for the Big Ten this week, but the few that are playing at home are making the most of it. Nebraska, Illinois and Michigan will all have big recruiting visitors for their game.

Big Ten Week 4 predictions
Week 4 features a new voice in the predictions mix as our new Big Ten reporter Dan Murphy jumps into the fray. It also features a handful of games our writers disagree on, including games involving programs that desperately need to rebound with a win this week.

Big Ten morning links
Hitting on the hottest topics in the Big Ten before sweeping through the league ahead of another critical non-conference Saturday.1. Minnesota's QB quandary: There's not exactly a controversy under center, since the Gophers have made it quite clear that Mitch Leidner is the top option to lead the offense.

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