The nutty Michigan coverage isn't so much about Harbaugh as it is a signal to the Big Ten that Fox wants to party.
dolla dolla bills yall
Bill Benjamin, the NCAA Director of Enforcement resigned after 8 months on the job.
There's nothing to suggest so but I do wonder if he left because he wasn't allowed to do his job correctly or if he was forced out for being over-zealous.. With all the allegations at Ohio, and the little the NCAA chose to punish them, along with nefarious dealings at Oregon, Alabama, and LSU, among others, it wouldn't be inconceivable if he wasn't happy with what he was allowed to do.
Anyways, I searched and found nothing, scrolled through mgo.licio.us and saw nothing, and didn't recall Brian saying anything about it, so sorry if it's already been posted.
Generally easy to read AP story on the success of the Big Ten Network... noteworthy for some actual quotes from Big Ten Net execs, the Texas Assoc AD in charge of getting the Texas Network up (good luck with that if you don't have live football at all), and some numbers thrown around from cable operators about how much BTN is charging...