Today’s Chorus is brought to you by high school graduate (!) Kat Dennings, who, um, is in a new, uh, movie, called … yeah, I forget.

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• The Pac-12 is getting PAID by Fox and ESPN. Does this mean a dedicated network? Er, at some point? Does this mean that people in western states will be able to always watch their team play? Maybe!!

• Oregon LB Kiko Alonso, who was arrested for burglary Saturday night, has been suspended indefinitely, or as it will soon be known, Kiko Alonso’d.

• Fox Sports’s Jason Whitlock spoke to Willie Lyles, the owner of a recruiting service that’s at the center of much ado. If you thought you were getting fake talk with Whitlock’s podcast, I can’t even begin to tell you how wrong you are.

• Black Heart Gold Pants does some good ol’ fashioned backdoor recruiting for the B1G Ten. Wait, that sounded … HILARIOUS.

• ESPN’s David Ubben locks in on some 2011 Big Twen 100-tackle defenders. If you don’t get on the Jake Knott bandwagon now, you’ll … probably just get on it as soon as you’ve heard of him.

• ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg does the same for the B1G Ten, but with “sack-masters.” Naughty.

• Ohio State presiden Gordon Gee is always down for a goofy group shot.

• SI.com’s Stewart Mandel examines how Auburn and Oregon can do so well with senior leadership, yet get virtually shut out at the NFL Draft.

• Syracuse was always pretty awful pre-Doug Marrone. Now they appear to be decent. Here’s how Doug Marrone used The Solid Verbal Bump to get his team on the winning track (minus The Solid Verbal Bump).

• Miami OT Seantrel Henderson denied that he’s transferring back home to Minnesota, which means he 100% is. I think.

• USC and Colorado will play on a Friday night in Boulder. Aww, just like high schools do!!

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Today’s Video of the Day is the first few minutes of last night’s Daily Show. The original guest would’ve been much better.

Enjoy your Tuesday.

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