B1G links: McEvoy's WR emergence, more Teague allegations
No longer is Tevin Coleman toting the rock in Bloomington, which means the Hoosiers will be relying on UAB transfer Jordan Howard and sophomore Devine Redding to pick up the slack, Max Gabovitch writes.
The Baltimore Sun did a piece on how Maryland has a chip on its shoulder with all of the national media calling it a rebuilding year in College Park.
mlive.com’s Nick Baumgardner wrote about what Jim Harbaugh and quarterbacks coach Jedd Fisch are looking for out of their two quarterbacks vying for the starting job. Control of the offense, they said, is key.
Detroit Free Press columnist Jeff Seidel wrote this on the brotherly battle of Jack and Brian Allen, both of whom will add an important presence for that dominant Sparty offensive line.
It’s hard to believe, but just six fifth-year seniors remain on Penn State’s roster. They endured the Paterno fallout and are on their fourth (including interim coach Tom Bradley. This story from Neil Rudel documents their journey.
mycentraljersey.com’s Ryan Dunleavy wrote about something Rutgers fans certainly don’t want to see heading into 2015. Star defensive tackle Darius Hamilton is on the injury report with a lower body injury.
Quad City Times writer Don Doxsie did a story on how even though the Hawkeyes lack established superstars, they feel they have plenty capable of stepping into that role this year.
With all the allegations surrounding the athletic program, the Illini opened camp in a lighter fashion, writes Mark Tupper.
The Norwood Teague situation keeps getting worse and worse for the Gophers. His history of sexual harassment dates back to his Virginia Commonwealth days in 2012, according to this Star-Tribune story.
Depth issues at linebacker have been a focus of camp for the Huskers. The experienced few Nebraska has, however, are taking on leadership roles alongside new linebackers coach Trent Bray.
Swedish lineman David Hedelin dealt with a language barrier that made his transition to college football a difficult one at times. Entering 2015, Mike Carmin writes, he’s more comfortable with communication.
Wisconsin State Journal’s Jason Galloway wrote about the versatile Tanner McEvoy, who is emerging at receiver after spending the spring at safety and last year competing for the starting quarterback job.