B1G links: Michigan's summer of hype all but over
Indiana University President Michael McRobbie and IU Athletic Director Fred Glass both addressed the growing off-field incidences involving football and basketball players.
A four-star quarterback turned fullback? That’s the case for Shane Cockerille, Roman Stubbs writes.
We’re a week away from football, which means the Wolverines summer of hype will come to an end soon, Drew Sharp writes.
After an on-campus road gun incident resulted in his spring suspension, Delton Williams will be active for the season opener at Western Michigan.
Tim Beck was a casualty of the Bo Pelini era in Nebraska. But he might’ve walked into the best situation in America.
The Lions’ already deep secondary had one of the team’s best athletes just join its unit. That, James Franklin said, is not a bad problem to have.
Unfortunately for Rutgers fans, it doesn’t appear that this Kyle Flood investigation is going away anytime soon. He reportedly sent an email from his personal account to a part-time professor making less than $5,000 per year.
The Illini is losing defensive players seemingly by the day. Wednesday, they lost a couple more with the suspensions of Joe Fotu and Caleb Day, Jeremy Werner writes.
ESPN’s Mitch Sherman wrote about why this could be a make-or-break year for Kirk Ferentz and the Hawkeyes.
Who will back up Mitch Leidner? A pair of freshmen, Andy Greder writes.
BYU just wrapped up fall camp and now, the Huskers are the only focus.
Justin Jackson was one of the top freshmen in the Big Ten a year ago. He’s the building block for a young Northwestern offense.
The Big Ten Network’s Tom Deinhart learned five things while watching Purdue practice Wednesday. And yes, there’s talent in West Lafayette.
What is one of the Badgers recruiting secrets? Focus on the kids that aren’t specializing in football.