As usual there is a ton of action happening around signing day. The Big Ten has had commitments, decommitments, offers and everything in between.Here is a look at what took place within the conference on the recruiting trail this past week:Biggest commitment: Indiana picked up two commitments in linebacker Tegray Scales (Cincinnati/Colerain) and flipped Rutgers commit Waynedriko Smith (Orlando, Fla.
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Urban Meyer is eager to see how some younger players perform in front of an expected big crowd at The Horseshoe.
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Jeremy Langford has gotten so much attention from draft prognosticators it's hard to keep calling him a sleeper.
Jim Harbaugh and members of his staff will travel far and wide as guest coaches at football camps around the country.
Cardale Jones is making the most of his extended reps this spring as J.T. Barrett and Braxton Miller are getting healthier for the Buckeyes.
James Franklin is not ready to compare his former league, the SEC, and the Big Ten, but he likes the direction of his new conference.
Michigan's Ultimate Frisbee team asked for -- and surprisingly got -- a visit from Jim Harbaugh during its practice as it prepared for regionals.
The Spartan Statue is painted in Wolverines colors in possible revenge for a fall prank in Ann Arbor.
Matt Limegrover invested a lot of time researching and formulating a plan for the Gophers rolling out an up-tempo offense.
Former starting quarterback to play safety and receiver this coming season.
Here's a list of five underrated or overlooked assistant coaches in the Big Ten.
The passing game of the Indiana Hoosiers was virtually non-existent after Nate Sudfeld went down midway through 2014, but he's back and thinking big.
Iowa's Kirk Ferentz knows Wednesday hasn't been easy on the family of Aaron Hernandez. The ex-tight end's brother, D.J., is a Hawkeyes grad assistant.
Iowa DE Drew Ott took a pass when asked Wednesday about the leadership qualities of QB Jake Rudock, who's leaving the Hawkeyes for Michigan.