>>Ohio State's Barrett Involved In Domestic Incident
(Columbus, OH) -- A couple of days after the Big Ten Championship Game, Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett was involved in a domestic issue. Barrett called 911 Tuesday night and his ex-girlfriend did the same thing six minutes later. There were no arrests or charges filed. According to the police report there were no injuries you could see with the naked eye and neither wanted medical attention. The two gave conflicting details of what happened. Ohio State has said they're aware of the incident and working on collecting the details. Barrett didn't play in the Buckeyes win over Wisconsin in the Big Ten title game after suffering an injury versus Michigan and is out the rest of the season.
>>Andersen Leaves Wisconsin For Oregon State
(Corvallis, OR) -- Gary Anderson is making the move from the Big Ten to the Pac-12. Andersen will exit as Wisconsin's head coach and accept the head coaching position at Oregon State. Mike Riley left the Beavers last week to take the job at Nebraska. The 50-year-old Andersen went 19-and-7 in two seasons as Badgers head coach. He led Wisconsin to a 10-and-3 season and an appearance in the Big Ten championship game, where the Badgers lost 59-0 to Ohio State.
>>Bo Pelini To Coach Youngstown State
(Youngstown, OH) -- Former Nebraska head football coach Bo Pelini didn't take long to find a new job. FootballScoop.com reports Pelini plans to accept the head coaching job at Youngstown State. The Youngstown native went 67-and-27 during a seven-year tenure with the Cornhuskers. He was fired after going 9-and-3 this season. Pelini replaces Eric Wolford, who was let go after a 31-and-26 record over five seasons. The Penguins won four FCS national championships between 1991-and-1997 under former coach Jim Tressel, who is now the school's president.