- Josh Moyer, Penn State/Big Ten reporter
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RIP, Princess Lacey.
Maryland is planning a broad marketing campaign and several events to mark its transition to the Big Ten on July 1, including introducing a Big Ten-themed ice cream flavor.
Iowa will boast as many as nine scholarship running backs this season, so Kirk Ferentz mentioned it's possible Mark Weisman might be moved to fullback.
With just 10 scholarship seniors, this is the youngest team Brady Hoke has fielded at Michigan. But that can no longer be used as an excuse.
A shoulder injury will keep Wisconsin QB Joel Stave out for the rest of spring practice, but he hopes to be ready in time for summer workouts.
PennLive's Greg Pickel offered an overview of Penn State's pro day and compared numbers to the NFL combine.
The Buckeyes are seeking to field a more aggressive secondary that'll be showcased in time for Saturday's spring game.
Illinois coach Tim Beckman isn't yet sure when he'll name the starting quarterback, so the decision could drag into this summer.
There's no debate about Michigan State's top quarterback right now, but the competition for No. 2 is wide open.
Only one firm starter on the offensive line is practicing this spring for Nebraska, but offensive coordinator Tim Beck has been pleased with what he's seen from the fiery group.
Rutgers DB Bryant Gross-Armiento and QB Blake Rankin both intend to transfer at the end of the semester.
RIP, Princess Lacey. Maryland is planning a broad marketing campaign and several events to mark its transition to the Big Ten on July 1, including introducing a Big Ten-themed ice cream flavor.