Meet me in Chicago. Michigan sophomore tight end Jake Butt is jogging again, raising some hopes that he might be back early in the season after having ACL surgery in February.
There’s an established starter in place in the Michigan State backfield, but that isn’t stopping Madre London from setting some high goals for his first season on campus.
Urban Meyer reflects on the NCAA sanctions and the circumstances that brought him back to Ohio State.
The Penn State defense isn’t generating all that much buzz, but a pair of tackles could be worthy of a little attention heading into the season.
Nebraska associate athletic director Paul Meyers, a man considered a confidant of Bo Pelini, resigned his post this week, and Steven M. Sipple asks a few questions about the move.
Purdue fans longing to be represented on the team helmet are having their dreams come true.
The Indiana receiving corps set the bar high a year ago. Can the Hoosiers match the production this fall?
TCF Bank Stadium will still have separate logos for the Gophers and the Vikings while the two share the facility for the next two seasons.
Big Ten fever is apparently running wild at Rutgers, where season-ticket sales are on the rise.
A revised witness list in the O’Bannon case includes Jim Delany’s name.
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