B1G links: Michigan State looking to start new preseason rankings trend
Rick Bozich believes Indiana is already a top 25 team. Yes, you read that correctly.
The Terps are finding new ways to market season ticket packages, and not all of them are easy on the wallet.
Despite the fact that Utah is favored, one magazine called the Utes a “cupcake” for Michigan. Utah players did not like that.
The last time Michigan State was ranked in the top five to start the season, 1967, the team went 3-7. Mark Dantonio would like his team to live up to expectations.
There are 10 threats to Ohio State’s dynasty, as Cleveland.com maps out in this photo story.
Speaking of photo stories, Pennlive.com did one on the Penn State stars that have key questions to answer heading into 2015.
The Rutgers starting quarterback battle came to an odd conclusion with the announcement that Chris Laviano was suspended for breaking curfew and using a fake ID.
The Illini defensive line, which has historically churned out NFL talent, is losing depth by the day. Defensive tackle Teko Powell will make a decision this week on potential season-ending surgery.
In order for the Hawkeye defense to show necessary improvement, it needs its linebacker core to play like the days of old.
There are five guys that the Gophers cannot afford to lose in 2015, and surprisingly, that starts at quarterback, Joe Christensen writes.
The Huskers’ thinnest position, linebacker, has a converted safety threatening to crack the rotation as a redshirt freshman.
There’s no question that Justin Jackson is the main back in Evanston. Beyond him, the Northwestern Daily writes, is a different question.
Austin Appleby addressed the media following the announcement that he’ll be the Boilermakers starter in 2015.
Instead of news about another setback to an offensive lineman, the Badgers got one of their key pieces a step closer toward a full return.