Another week means more recruiting news within the Big Ten conference. There was plenty of action throughout, so here is a look at the top stories over the weekend.
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Nebraska reserve defensive back Boaz Joseph has been fined $300 for marijuana possession.
The Huskers shocked college football by wandering out west to nab Mike Riley from his Pac-12 outpost, Oregon State. Riley brought a large chunk of his staff to Lincoln, calmly shifting the culture from the rocky Bo Pelini era.
As expected, officials have spent considerable time discussing the proposed "Year of Readiness," but how to make it work is unclear.
Alabama doesn't get too excited about three-star recruits, but this one could be different. Plus, Michigan State is doing well in Ohio in this cycle.
The league's outlook continues to improve. Also answering questions on Ohio State's biggest issues, Michigan's quarterbacks and more.
Nebraska will pay former coach Bo Pelini $4,212.99 per day until February 2019.
The Nebraska athletic department will save about $1.4 million in contract buyout pay to Bo Pelini with their former football coach's hiring at Youngstown State.
The Big Ten had three schools make head coaching changes, and it so happens that all three came at high-profile programs.
When scouting Big Ten quarternbacks, here's a characteristic that's not exactly make-or-break, but it sure helps: Mobility.
Connor Cook is a senior who has shown his leadership over the years, but Ohio State's J.T. Barrett showed uncommon calm for a freshman.
The ESPN draft expert sees Big Ten players selected with the top three picks in next year's draft, led by Christian Hackenberg.
Landing the fast-rising quarterback from Oklahoma was big for new coach Mike Riley.
Dual-threat Terry Wilson out of Oklahoma is proof positive the Huskers will continue to value athleticism at the signature position.