Posted by ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg
Leftovers from the weekend that was.
The Chicago Tribune's Teddy Greenstein has spring questions for every Big Ten team.
Wisconsin's Dustin Sherer is shortening his throwing motion in hopes of winning the team's starting quarterback spot, Jeff Potrykus writes in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Also, the terms free safety and strong safety no longer apply for the Badgers.
New offensive line coach Tim Davis is ramping up the intensity at Minnesota, the Pioneer Press' Marcus Fuller writes in his blog.
The running back position, led by Brandon Minor, should give Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez the greatest sense of peace after spring ball, Mark Snyder writes in the Detroit Free Press. Rodriguez, meanwhile, should learn from the situation with Billy Gillispie at Kentucky, Drew Sharp writes in the Free Press.
Linebacker Jason Werner participated in Purdue's scrimmage Saturday, while the quarterback situation remains hazy, Sam King writes in The (Lafayette) Journal and Courier.
Penn State's Rose Bowl loss to USC still stings for senior quarterback Daryll Clark, Ron Musselman writes in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
"We got yelled at pretty good at halftime," Clark said. "The coaches didn't really like how [USC] was acting on the sideline, with the dancing and showboating and everything. It was really kind of a slap in our face. But there really was nothing we could do. When they did that, we'd look up at the scoreboard, and it was like, 'OK, what are you going to do?'"
Penn State's projected depth chart for the offense reveals questions at backup quarterback, wide receiver and left tackle, Jeff McLane writes in the Philadelphia Inquirer.