B1G links: Minnesota to win the West?
Scout did a feature on how the summer was a chance for Nate Sudfeld to return to form. He’ll need to be at full strength to lead IU in 2015.
Roman Stubbs did a story over the weekend on Yannick Ngakoue’s transition from outside linebacker to defensive end with the Terps’ switch to a 4-3 defense.
After it lost an offensive lineman to a transfer, a Michigan receiver was forced to retire from football, Brendan Quinn said.
There isn’t any denying who the lead dog under center is in East Lansing. Connor Cook’s backup job, however, has an intense fall battle going on, Joe Rexrode writes.
Nicole Auerbach wrote about — you guessed it — the quarterback competition going on in Columbus and how it really will come down to fall camp.
Dustin Hockensmith wrote about the latest four-star Penn State commit, and how a ‘freakish’ ability could help him succeed right away in State College.
Darius Hamilton has been out with a lower body injury. But the star defensive tackle says he should be ready to go for the season opener.
The Illini defense is looking for guys in its secondary to step up this season. Jaylen Dunlap could be a candidate to do so after a lost 2014 season.
Darian Cooper isn’t cleared to play yet because of a leg injury that forced him to miss all of last season. But Kirk Ferentz said the senior’s leadership has been crucial in the early part of camp.
Omaha World-Herald Big Ten columnist Lee Barfknecht is all in on Jerry Kill and the Gophers in 2015. It’s why he’s picking them to win the West.
Steve Sipple wrote a column on how Nebraska’s best player, Maliek Collins, is learning from watching a certain Green Bay Packer rise in the NFL.
The Associated Press took a look at Northwestern’s recent struggles and compared them to 2008-2012, which was the program’s best five-year stretch ever.
As the Boilermakers enter their final week of camp, they are still looking for more offensive playmakers to emerge.
For all the turnover the Badgers have dealt with their head coaches in recent memory, Paul Chryst should be in it for the long haul, the Los Angeles Times writes.