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Big Ten Network's Tom Dienhart ranks all the schools on recruiting appeal, placing Ohio State at the top and Indiana at the bottom.
The ongoing saga surrounding ESPN 300 DT Malik McDowell is just part of Michigan State's "rise to respectability."
Only two of Nebraska's assistant coaches received raises, totaling just $25,000, and the Lincoln Journal-Star's Steven M. Sipple believes that's a clear indication of the athletic director's assessment of the staff.
Penn State's coaching staff will finally take a few days off to move into State College and stop living out of suitcases.
Ohio State assistant Tom Herman chronicled last week's 19-hour traffic jam in detail and said it turned "pretty scary."
Kirk Ferentz expects competition at every position this offseason -- and that includes quarterback.
Shane Morris will compete for Michigan's starting quarterback job, and he talked about his progression since first arriving on campus.
Illinois' Tim Beckman took a subtle shot at Northwestern while discussing how he signed more Chicago players "than the actual team in Chicago signed."
Athleticism defines Wisconsin's recruiting class, especially at quarterback, writes Wisconsin State Journal's Tom Oates.
Recent signee Brandon Lingen, a tight end, gained 60 pounds since his sophomore year of high school and now has the size and talent that Minnnesota is looking for.
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