- Brian Bennett, ESPN Staff Writer
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The first Happy Flight of 2012 is in the books. Here's hoping for many more.
A pair of Illinois defensive backs could spend some time on offense this season as Tim Beckman searches for playmakers.
MarQueis Gray says the next Minnesota athletic director needs to be accessible to players.
Once a blue-chip recruit, Nebraska's Baker Steinkuhler has been a solid player, but not a superstar. He's not satisfied with that going into his final season. Will Compton played well down the stretch last season, and is drawing praise from Bo Pelini this spring.
Jibreel Black is taking on a new role by moving inside on the Michigan defensive line.
Peter Konz showed off a little more strength at Wisconsin's pro day, and likely solidified his draft stock.
Cornerback Lawrence Barnett brings some consistency to the Indiana defense.
Danny Hope wished he hadn't redshirted Frankie Williams last season, but the defensive back is glad he waited.
Receiver Tony Jones is back at full throttle for Northwestern.
The learning curve is pretty steep this spring for the Penn State tight ends.