- Mitch Sherman, ESPN Staff Writer
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The spring meeting of Big Ten athletic directors is over. Back to the offseason lists and polls.
Wrapping up from Rosemont, the “cost of attendance” discussion remains alive.
Good take by Andrew Logue on the complexities of Jim Delany.
Iowa AD Gary Barta comments on the status of the Hawkeyes’ series with Iowa State.
Michigan State and Notre Dame would like to keep playing, but the format of the series will change.
More details from the incident that that led to the arrest of former Minnesota and Rutgers QB Philip Nelson.
Rare insight into the work of Mark Pantoni, the Ohio State director of player personnel, a job with a wide range of responsibilities.
Tom Shatel remembers the football career of a former two-sport Nebraska star who continues to bring a grinder mentality to his alma mater.
A Rutgers offensive line recruit brings plenty of intensity.
Eugene Lewis looks like a worthy replacement for Allen Robinson at Penn State. James Franklin has watched “Moneyball” at least seven times. A new Nittany Lions logo arrives as part of a $10 million scoreboard replacement project.
It’s a tradition at Michigan for its quarterback pledges join in the recruiting battle.
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