As usual there is a ton of action happening around signing day. The Big Ten has had commitments, decommitments, offers and everything in between.Here is a look at what took place within the conference on the recruiting trail this past week:Biggest commitment: Indiana picked up two commitments in linebacker Tegray Scales (Cincinnati/Colerain) and flipped Rutgers commit Waynedriko Smith (Orlando, Fla.
No one in this year's crop of top college quarterbacks passes the eye test like Penn State's Christian Hackenberg.
It's quarterback week here at the blog, as we're taking a closer look at some of the more intriguing starting signal-callers in the Big Ten.
Sandy Barbour: It's legal from an NCAA standpoint.
Here are a few candidates for big seasons, including several who leveraged spring ball as a springboard toward the fall.
Trevor Siemian ended a quarterback drought for the Big Ten, and next year's class seems primed to end a first-round drought.
The quarterbacks ready to take the reins in the Big Ten this fall looks like one of the best crops in recent years.
It's never too early for bowl projections. Here's a look, more than seven months before pairings are set.
It's been nearly four months since our end-of-the-season rankings. So, naturally, we felt compelled to fill our power rankings void.
Here's the full list of B1G undrafted free agents and where they've signed, as of Monday morning:
Coaches and teammates agree that Nassib could become one of the best defensive ends in the Big Ten.
It's pretty easy to conclude teams in the East would wind upÃ
Iowa is tied with Ohio State in producing players for the league over the past five years, and it has a knack for spinning lesser prospects into gold.
A look back on how past drafts shaped up for the Big Ten
A growing belief exists that the Big Ten's weaker division is falling hopelessly behind, but don't count out the West just yet.
With Jim Harbaugh entering the fray in a division that already has national champion Ohio State and top five Michigan State, the East is rising.