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QB Connor Cook says Michigan State has more swagger heading into the 2014 season in this in-depth Q&A with CBS Sports.
Illinois' offensive coordinator Bill Cubit believes his team can be the best offense in the conference and said, "I don't think anybody can stop us."
In his first interview since the end of the season, OSU defensive coordinator Luke Fickell said he doesn't dwell on job security and is open to change on the defense.
Two of Minnesota's coaches are flipping duties, as Brian Anderson will take over the receivers with Pat Poore overseeing the running backs.
Michigan is holding an open quarterback competition, but offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier still believes Devin Gardner has a lot of "unscratched potential."
James Franklin's staff has remained loyal through thick and thin, and that type of familiarity could breed success.
Purdue tailback Raheem Mostert is juggling both track and football this offseason, and he'll take part in the national championships next week.
Taylor Martinez gave both safety and receiver a shot during Nebraska's pro day.
DB Dezmen Southward "stole the show" at Wisconsin's pro day and clocked his 40-yard dash in the 4.3s.
Graduation day will be special to Rutgers safety Jeremy Deering, as it happens to fall on the same date as his deceased mother's birthday.
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