staff, September 21, 2011

Every Wednesday, we search the Web for the best Big Ten news. We link you off to stuff from beat reporters, bloggers, the AP, YouTube, you name it. See all of our Week 4 Midweek Links in this post.

Undefeated Illinois is emerging as a threat in the Big Ten, this after last week's win over then-No. 18 Arizona State. Here's a one-on-one with Illini's Trulon Henry. Oh, and there's a music video set to Illinois' upset of the Sun Devils.

Indiana head coach Kevin Wilson wants to recruit the state Indiana and do it very well. D'Angelo Roberts talks about being named Big Ten Freshman of the Week.

After Iowa pulled off the greatest comeback in school history behind James Vandenberg's passing, the Hawkeyes could open up offense. Brett Greenwood's family has released a statement on the former Hawkeyes medical condition. Here's a look at Iowa's comeback in a series of captioned pictures.

Michigan head coach Brady Hoke wishes he never scheduled Saturday's game at The Big House when he was the head coach at San Diego State. Everything clicked last week for DL Craigh Roh. The Wolverines have banned the photographer tied to Terrelle Pryor.

Michigan State's offensive line will be rather thin against Central Michigan on Saturday. Speaking of the line, Mark Dantonio still plans to run the ball.

Minnesota head coach Jerry Kill is tired of the seizures, not worried about them. He's more worried about the Gophers. Another Kill story here. Get to know Minnesota OL Chris Bunders.

Nebraska could be missing a big member of the defensive line Saturday at perfect Wyoming. While defense has struggled a bit, Nebraska still could be the Big Ten's best.

Northwestern head coach Pat Fitzgerald calls injured quarterback Dan Persa day-to-day and declines to comment on whether he'll be ready for Big Ten opener.

Ohio State faces many problems, but everyone seems to focus on the same one: QB. Everything might not be as good as Buckeye fans would hope right now, but things have been worse before.

Two-time All-Big Ten quarterback Daryll Clark talks about Penn State's struggling offense thus far. Here's another take on Penn State's offense.

Purdue, not Illinois or Wisconsin, leads the Big Ten in rushing yards.

It's no secret Russell Wilson is talented, but his arrival has given Wisconsin rare versatility on offense. Badger wide receiver Nick Toon gives you a South Dakota primer.

Big Ten quarterbacks, not running backs, are doing most of the damage for the conference on the ground.