B1G links: Butt could be UM's go-to guy
The Indiana coaching staff finally isn’t dealing with personnel changes, which could be important for Kevin Wilson, according to 247Sports’ Alex McCarthy.
For all the talk surrounding Maryland’s lack of depth at receiver, Randy Edsall remains almost overconfident that his young group will step up.
A quarterback’s best friend often ends up being the tight end. In Ann Arbor, Jake Butt could turn into the Wolverine starter’s top target.
What are the long-term effects of the loss of a playmaker like Ed Davis? Well, Michigan State is in unfamiliar territory after an injury like that, Joe Rexrode writes.
There might be a new starter at right tackle, but Chase Ferris is no stranger to adversity. The fifth-year senior is ready to settle in after no shortage of position switches, Eleven Warriors writes.
Could there be a new back threatening to take Akeel Lynch’s starting job? It appears so, writes Greg Pickel.
Back at his normal position of receiver, walk-on Vance Matthews is the talk of Rutgers’ camp, Keith Sargeant says.
The road to emerging as a walk-on isn’t always an easy one. But, as Andy Piper writes, Riley McCarron is glad he followed that path to Iowa City.
Mark Tupper wrote about the six NFL teams that were on hand to take in the Illini’s practice Wednesday, and how prospects have come in and out of Champaign in years past.
Star-Tribune columnist Sid Hartman examined how the fallout of the Norwood Teague scandal could give Jerry Kill even more power in the Twin Cities.
The Lincoln Journal Star’s Brian Rosenthal wrote a feature about the new junkyard dog on the Huskers’ offensive line.
With the inexperience the Wildcats have on offense, Pat Fitzgerald wants his team to be built on its solid defensive line and secondary, Fred Mitchell writes.
The Boilermaker backfield’s only returner with college carries, admitted he put on weight because he got “too comfortable” when he went back home for the summer, Mike Carmin writes.
The Badgers suffered not one, but two injuries at linebacker on their first day practicing in half pads. The Journal Sentinel’s Jeff Potrykus wrote about what Wisconsin will do to replace them for the time being.