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Big Ten fans: Please consider a donation to help former Northwestern player Nathan Shanks, an Illinois state trooper involved in a major auto accident while on duty earlier this month. Shanks suffered severe burns and several fractured bones and has significant medical expenses.
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Brady Hoke says sophomore Shane Morris isn't ready to be Michigan's QB -- not yet, at least. Hoke expects injured TE Jake Butt to return by Week 3 or Week 4.
Wisconsin freshman Michael Deiter is working as the starting center right now because of injuries. Devin Gaulden enters the Badgers' CB mix after recovering from a knee injury.
Unheralded Nebraska recruit LeRoy Alexander is in the mix for a starting safety spot this spring.
Minnesota's latest early enrollee QB, Dimonic Roden-McKinzy, is adjusting well so far.
Purdue's Robert Gregory seems to have found a home at safety.
Penn State must build more depth at offensive tackle this spring.
Despite declining donations, Rutgers' athletic department hopes to become fully self-sufficient by 2022.
Don't believe the rumors about Aaron Craft suiting up for Ohio State's football team.
Departing Michigan State QB Andrew Maxwell prepares for the next level.
Big Ten fans: Please consider a donation to help former Northwestern player Nathan Shanks, an Illinois state trooper involved in a major auto accident while on duty earlier this month.