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Michigan State's defensive success starts with its cornerbacks, and sophomore Darian Hicks is getting the first crack at replacing projected first-round pick Darqueze Dennard.
In what has become the norm, Indiana is still waiting for one quarterback to emerge as the starter.
Dontre Wilson has made big strides this offseason and is playing as well as any Ohio State receiver, according to assistant coach Zach Smith.
Rutgers coach Kyle Flood said joining the Big Ten has opened up some non-traditional recruiting areas for him in this Q&A with the Big Ten Network's Tom Dienhart.
Iowa might change Damon Bullock's role from running back to slot receiver and, HawkCentral's Pat Harty writes, that new position would better utilize Bullock's talent.
OL Graham Glasgow remains suspended for Michigan's opener, but he finally has returned to spring practice.
Maryland coach Randy Edsall said the team is "moving forward" and tailback Wes Brown is performing well following a report that Brown allegedly drove a car involved in a shooting.
It didn't take much for Minnesota DB Cedric Thompson to convince Jerry Kill that he couldstep up as the team's defensive leader this offseason.
Wisconsin's defense seemed much more energetic on Thursday, as the largest play it allowed was a 15-yard quarterback scramble.
StateCollege.com's Mike Poorman takes a look back at six players from Penn State's 2011 recruiting class -- known as the "Supa Six" -- and wonders what has happened to the group.