The NCAA announced Friday that the wins vacated by the Penn State football program in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal have been restored.
Penn State, off to a rough 0-3 start to Big Ten play, will be without one of its better players for a Tuesday game against Indiana. And it might be without him longer than that.
After going colder than cold in a weekend loss at Purdue, Michigan turned its shooting luck around during a Tuesday-night trip to Penn State.
Penn State tight end Jesse James is heading to the NFL, the third Nittany Lion in recent days to make such a decision.
Wisconsin and Penn State were both 12-1 entering Wednesday's Big Ten opener. But there's a reason the Badgers are the conference favorites.