Interesting post - and theme - out of the WWL this morning.
Who is your school's biggest villain when it comes to college football? Not surprisingly, ESPN's Big Ten blogger Adam Rittenberg goes with Ohio State coaches Jim Tressel (present) and Woody Hayes (all-time).
The best one he's got, though, is for Indiana. The all-time villain for Hoosiers football? Basketball, of course.
Speaking of villains, did anyone consider Tiger the villain Sunday against Y.E. Yang and his eventual destiny of becoming the first asian-born major champion? Or that Michael Vick is holding on to a nice villain role against, you know, puppies? Or, has he had punishment enough?
Rich Rodriguez likes drills with contact, Mark Snyder writes in the Detroit Free Press.
An interesting question from Doug Lesmerises of the Cleveland Plain Dealer ... How much is too much running for quarterbacks in games?
MGoblog breaks down scheduling and what happens to Big Ten teams when Michigan is on versus off their schedules.
In case you missed it Sunday, Michael Rothstein of annarbor.com looked into the ethics committee that John Beilein is chairing, what other coaches would like to see from it and how and why Beliein became involved in the first place.
FOX Sports.com's Jeff Goodman ranks his top non-conference games of the year. Michigan is involved in Nos. 11 and 13.
Michael Phelps will be cited for driving with an expired out-of-state license after his automobile accident early Friday morning.
Jamaica's Usain Bolt broke the world record in the 100 meters at 9.58 seconds.