The Chicago Tribune did a feature on Dan Feeney, one of the steadying forces behind the Hoosier offensive line. The Sandburg native is expected to be one of the major contributors on an experienced unit.


SB Nation took a closer look at what Maryland’s options are at receiver without the likes of Stefon Diggs and Deon Long. The Terps will have to replace their four most productive wideouts from 2014.


Michigan Stadium will not allow drones or selfie sticks next year, Jeremy Allen writes. The university has bigger fish to fry after learning its football and basketball pages were hacked on Facebook.

Michigan State

Chipmunk football? You better believe it, according to this story from the Lansing State Journal. Alvin! Simon! Theodore!

Ohio State

With all the hoopla surrounding the Buckeye quarterback battle, the Dayton Daily News wrote about Heisman candidate Ezekiel Elliott, but that’s not an award he’s focused on.

Penn State

Few will be as solid defensively as Penn State. Marcus Allen is determined to lead the defensive backs, writes Ryne Gery.


Kyle Flood hasn’t been able to fully evaluate his team yet. But with pads on starting Wednesday, that’ll be a different story.



Nathan Bazata figures to add an important veteran presence on the Hawkeye defensive line. It’s why the Cedar Rapids Gazette named him Iowa’s 18th most important player.


The National College Players Association is calling for the NCAA to waive transfer rules in regards to players transferring from Illinois following the abuse allegations against Tim Beckman.


The Gophers aren’t preparing for No. 2 TCU with rough and tough practices. Finesse, not aggression, is the key in the early stages of camp.


The emergence of former scout team star Mikale Wilbon stood out in Nebraska’s first day of practice in pads, according to the Lincoln Journal Star.


Northwestern defensive tackle Sean McEvilly announced his retirement from football on Wednesday morning. The senior dealt with chronic foot injuries that forced the early end to his career.


Journal and Courier Purdue beat writer Mike Carmin did a Q&A with assistant coach Marcus Freeman, who talked about how the Boilermakers will have a different look at linebacker.


Former Badger coach Bret Bielema said he misses his old buddy Barry Alvarez, whom he left in the dust to take the Arkansas job. Here’s the better question: Do Wisconsin fans miss Bielema?