B1G links: Minnesota's extra motivation for No. 2 TCU
Over the weekend, the Indianapolis Star’s Zach Osterman wrote a feature on the long journey for Ralston Evans, who could’ve followed a different career path after a severe knee injury halted his early college career.
ICYMI over the weekend, Roman Stubbs did a feature on the face of the Terps. And yes, he’s a kicker.
This one is bizarre. In an attempt to rattle the Michigan coach, Utah is making cutouts of former quarterback Alex Smith, the quarterback that Jim Harbaugh benched in San Francisco.
Chris Solari wrote about a Sparty defensive back who could crack the “No Fly Zone” at a couple different positions.
USA Today’s Nicole Auerbach wrote about the Buckeyes’ class clown, Tyvis Powell. But that’s only an off-the-field thing.
The Lions offensive line knows what it has to do to have a better showing in 2015. After a rough showing in many of their first collegiate seasons, they’re ready to turn it around this year.
Rutgers Hall of Fame lineman Shaun O’Hara took to Twitter to voice his displeasure with the investigation surrounding Kyle Flood. Long story short, he’s not too happy with the lack of support for the Scarlet Knights’ coach.
Illinois needed some good news in the wake of the Tim Beckman fallout. It got some with a commitment from a Missouri defensive end.
A couple of small school Nebraska kids have joined forces to solidify the Hawkeyes’ defensive line.
Thursday’s opener is bigger than a typical regular season opener. Besides facing the No. 2 team in the country, Minnesota has some bragging rights up for grabs.
The Huskers will play 11 straight weeks, which is more than any Big Ten team. How Mike Riley handles that in his first year, Steve Sipple writes, could determine Nebraska’s success.
Everybody in Evanston, including Pat Fitzgerald, would like a return to the style of play the Wildcats got in the mid-90’s. Joe Rexrode wrote about why that brand of football is the key for Northwestern to end a two-year bowl-less skid.
A road victory at Marshall would set exactly the tone the Boilermakers have been lacking in the last few years, Mike Carmin writes.
Who will fill the void at inside linebacker? How will the Badgers’ inexperienced receivers gel with Joel Stave? There are 10 things to watch for the Badgers this season, Jeff Potrykus writes.