B1G links: Jamal Turner's offseason transformation crucial without Pierson-El
After adding South Carolina transfer Wesley Green on Monday, Indiana coach Kevin Wilson talked about what type of presence he’ll add when he’s eligible in 2016.
ESPN took a crack at predicting the Terps’ best and worst case scenarios for 2015.
Finally, the media was granted access to the Michigan coaching staff. Well, not Jim Harbaugh, of course. Angelique Chengelis got some nuggets on the lockdown, Jabrill Peppers and more.
One Spartan corner looking to make his way into the regular rotation is drawing comparisons of MSU legend Darqueze Dennard, Joe Rexrode writes.
After former Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi claimed that Ohio State won a national championship with their defense, Buckeye coordinator Chris Ash denied the claims.
James Franklin’s 2016 recruiting class is among the nation’s best already. If another four-star receiver chooses Penn State, the Lions will be even more loaded with talent.
National analysts weighed in on the quarterback battle between Hayden Rettig and Chris Laviano.
It’s been a wild ride for Chris Boles to see the field at Illinois, but now a fifth-year senior, he’s hoping it ends with leading a revival of the Illini offense, Shannon Ryan writes.
The Hawkeyes are as conservative as it comes with alternate uniforms, but some new black alternates will be worn in 2015. Players got a sneak peak of them Monday.
A pair of Gophers linemen are back in the fold after serious, rare injuries sidelined them in 2014, Joe Christensen writes.
Jamal Turner is going to be in an even greater role with the loss of De’Mornay Pierson El for the non-conference slate. Rich Kaipust wrote a feature on why the oft-injured receiver needed to trim down over the summer to beef up his production.
In the three-quarterback battle in Evanston, some believe Zack Oliver has the most upside. Inside NU broke down the strengths and weaknesses of the Wildcat signal-caller.
Purdue’s veteran offensive line is helping out the defense get used to the size of the Big Ten, especially for guys like Jake Replogle.
The Badgers’ normally dominant offensive line suffered another injury to a first-teamer on Monday.