Brian Kelly is not John Calipari. Declining an opportunity to play politician, Kelly wouldn’t say whether his unbeaten Notre Dame squad has solidified itself as one of the nation’s best.
For two seasons, Darrell Hazell’s waited for the defensive performance Purdue turned out in a hard-fought loss to Iowa. Now, the Boilermakers coach is left yearning for dependable quarterback play.
Michigan announced changes to its injury protocol Tuesday, admitting it made a mistake in handling quarterback Shane Morris after a suspected concussion because of a “serious lack of communication” and “confusion” among the coaching staff.

Colleges

  • Many eyes watchful for player injuries
    In a coach’s field of view, a football sideline can be a cluttered place. There can be 100 players and dozens of coaches and staffers packed into an area 50 yards long, all zipping from play to play.
  • Quick fix to offense urgent for Stanford
    The offense has struggled enough through the first four games this season that even Stanford’s stoic coach vented in public.
  • Big Ten West stands tall
    One of the prevailing notions heading into the season was that the Big Ten East Division could end up being a lot better than the West. It didn’t look that way last weekend.
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