Some spring weather for spring football would be nice. As part of his continuing education, Braxton Miller is using new technology to have his progress monitored during Ohio State’s camp.
After competing solely against himself with mixed results a year ago, Michigan is hoping a battle with Shane Morris will bring out the best in Devin Gardner.
James Franklin is open to playing his former program, so Penn State may look into a game with Vanderbilt “if it makes sense.”
All three quarterbacks in the derby for the starting job at Illinois took reps with the first team as part of offensive coordinator Bill Cubit’s effort to make the playing field as level as possible.
Nebraska athletic director Shawn Eichorst declined to comment on a possible contract extension for Bo Pelini.
Wisconsin quarterback Joel Stave will be limited early in spring practice due to a shoulder injury suffered in the Capital One Bowl.
Fixing the offensive line is at the top of the priority list as Purdue opens its camp in Darrell Hazell’s second season with the program.
After suffering through a stretch near the end of the season of 13 quarters without an offensive touchdown, Minnesota has no shortage of motivation on the practice field.
An early look at Northwestern’s defensive line and one potential option for beefing up on the interior.
Coaches around the Big Ten expressed their displeasure with the proposed 10-second rule to slow down offenses, and they won’t have to worry about it passing now.
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