B1G links: MSU's Calhoun named one of CFB's best defenders
With all the attention that’ll be focused on the versatile Josh Ferguson, juco transfer Henry Enyenihi might have to carve out a role in the Illini backfield.
Nate Sudfeld spent time this summer volunteering in Uganda, where it didn’t make his season-ending shoulder injury seem so bad.
Position changes aren’t always easy, especially going from one side of the ball to the other. But Iowa fullback Drake Kulick is rolling with the punches.
Campus Insiders showed Shilique Calhoun some love, putting him at No. 10 on their list of best defensive players in college football.
Brady Hoke wants to take credit for scheduling a road tilt against a talented Utah squad, Mark Snyder writes.
Even though Minnesota might have the Big Ten’s best cornerback duo, Jerry Kill expects a true freshman to crack the rotation this year.
Carlos and Khalil Davis didn’t waiver on their commitment to Nebraska when Bo Pelini left. Now, the Huskers are establishing roots for a bright future.
CNBC wrote an editorial piece on why Kain Colter’s movement might have been halted, but there could still be unions in college football in the future.
J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones don’t want to split time on the field, the Columbus Dispatch writes.
Would Joe Paterno be a fan of James Franklin? Certainly, Josh Folck writes.
Darrell Hazell announced each of his last two starting quarterbacks on Aug. 18. But that day came and went this year.
Kyle Flood gave a timeline to name a starter for the race at starting quarterback. “A couple days,” it’ll be before he makes a decision. After an impressive showing from Hayden Rettig, that’s not an easy call.
After an impressive showing at receiver, the ever-versatile Tanner McEvoy is switching back to safety.