IU receivers like Shane Wynn haven’t needed size to thrive in Bloomington. The Hoosiers might have their next small, but important wideout, Brody Miller writes.


There are three candidates bidding for the starting gig, though none of them have separated themselves from the pack.


Michigan beat writers might not have access to Wolverine practices, but they did learn about the quarterback battle when Big Ten Network rolled into camp.

Michigan State

There’s quite the battle in the trenches unfolding for Michigan State, which is exactly the way Mark Dantonio likes it.

Ohio State

The Buckeyes are thinking repeat, and to follow in the footsteps of the great dynasties before them, there’s a plan to get there, Doug Lesmerises writes.

Penn State

Bob Flounders projected which five Lions could break out in a major way in 2015.


Rutgers has a more relaxed feel for Kiy Hester than Miami, despite his desire for ice baths.



The Illini will need a variety of new starters to assert themselves, but Chris Boles could be a fitting candidate to solidify the left guard spot.


The secondary is definitely Iowa’s most experienced group, and it could be the defense’s best, Scott Dochterman writes.


Backup quarterback Chris Streveler is making the switch to receiver this year to help a thin group. He’s progressing well, Marcus Fuller writes.


After the devastating news of De’Mornay Pierson-El’s foot injury, Mike Riley was optimistic about the specialists’ chances of returning, and about his replacements.


Pat Fitzgerald wouldn’t mind using Northwestern’s 1995 recipe for success on this year’s group.


Jordan Jurasevich worked his way into an athletic scholarship, though that hasn’t changed his hope to emerge as a receiving threat for the Boilermakers.


The Badgers defensive line could be one of the Big Ten’s best, especially if Conor Sheehy continues his impressive fall camp into the season.