B1G links: Lions beyond talented at WR
For the Indiana offense to do the things its capable of, the offensive line needs to take care of business.
Under new defensive coordinator Keith Dudzinski and the new 4-3 defense, the Terps are still a work in progress as they wrap up fall camp.
Jim Harbaugh did everything he could to diffuse the quarterback battle talk. But one Michigan offensive lineman said that everybody knows who it is.
The Spartans named a surprise captain on Thursday instead of their senior quarterback. The move, Joe Rexrode writes, shows how much faith the Spartans have in their senior linebacker.
Braxton Miller’s position switch was to maximize his skill set, but for the Buckeyes, it’s proving to be a timely move after injuries at receiver.
Penn State is loaded at receiver, which could give the Lions the Big Ten’s top unit. More importantly, it could give Christian Hackenberg his best group of weapons he’s had.
Hayden Rettig has shown significant improvement since the spring, Keith Sargeant writes.
Golf and football usually don’t have much crossover effect. But for the Illini kickers, that couldn’t be any less true.
Tevaun Smith’s emergence is crucial for C.J. Beathard and the new-look Hawkeye offense.
For all the talk surrounding Trevone Boykin and the high-powered TCU offense, the Horned Frogs defense doesn’t make life very fun, either.
The Huskers have a homegrown product who is looking to emerge at tight end in Mike Riley’s first year.
Pat Fitzgerald’s decision to roll with the young, talented Clayton Thorson will have highs and lows, ESPN’s Brian Bennett writes.
Austin Appleby, who was named the starter at quarterback, says a more physical brand of football will be the difference for the Boilermakers in 2015.
After a bunch of injuries to the offensive line to start camp, the Badgers appear to be working their way back to healthy.