B1G links: It's LeBron vs. MJ
The Hoosiers lack depth at receiver, but Ricky Jones is impressing in camp so far and could become a reliable option.
Sean Davis’ switch to cornerback means he and William Likely will line up side-by-side, forming the league’s best duo.
Defensive tackle Bryan Mone broke his leg in practice yesterday, and will likely miss the 2015 season, according to the Detroit Free Press.
Joe Rexrode wrote about four-star twin brothers, one a linebacker and one a cornerback, who could be future stars for the Sparty defense.
With the news that Michigan will switch to Air Jordan, the recruiting angle of Ohio State vs. Michigan isn’t simply Urban Meyer vs. Jim Harbaugh. It’s LeBron vs. M.J., Ari Wasserman writes.
Penn State will have the replace Mike Hull, last year’s top tackler in the Big Ten. Sophomore Jason Cabinda might be that guy, Greg Pickel writes.
Rutgers isn’t going to be overly cautious in camp. Tough, physical practices highlighted Wednesday, Ryan Dunleavy writes.
A former Illinois linebacker paid a visit to his old stomping grounds, and liked what he saw out of Tim Beckman’s squad.
Tevaun Smith, Jacob Hillyer and Matt VandeBerg are all battling for more looks at receiver, Steve Batterson writes.
There’s no consensus favorite to win the Big Ten West. Sporting News writer Bill Bender, however, sees the Gophers as the physical team to beat in the division.
The Huskers historically don’t feature the tight end in the passing game. Even though fifth-year senior David Sutton doesn’t have a career catch, he could be a potential option for the Husker offense.
Pat Fitzgerald appears to have a key to Evanston, but is he too comfortable at Northwestern? Inside NU examines the issue.
Leading receiver Danny Anthrop is still working his way back from an ACL tear. The Boilermakers are being cautious with him during their stretch of two-a-days.
The Badgers added a home-and-home series with Syracuse that’ll kick off 2020, Jason Galloway writes.