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Bill O'Brien begins Penn State's coaches' caravan with a stop in Philly. O'Brien must gauge how much of the offense his quarterbacks can handle.
SI.com's Stewart Mandel has details on the college football playoff proposals, including the fact that having games on campus is "very much alive." Yahoo! Sports' Dan Wetzel on how the four-team playoff should be structured.
Michigan reinstates safety Josh Furman after his acquittal. ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. thinks Wolverines tackle Taylor Lewan will be an elite NFL prospect in 2013.
The Big Ten Network identifies the league's top offensive performers in spring ball.
Aaron Green's transfer decision signifies Nebraska has a crowded offensive backfield,which isn't a bad problem to have.
Purdue safety Albert Evans talks about signing with the Miami Dolphins.
Persistence on the recruiting trail helped Wisconsin assistant Zach Azzanni land a prized receiver. A look at how Wisconsin's newest NFL products fit in with their new teams.
Former Minnesota captain Mike Sherels is working his way up the coaching ladder.
Northwestern adds a walk-on kicker who will arrive this fall.
Several Big Ten teams appear in Dennis Dodd's list of best No. 5 squads in the BCS era.
4dDan Murphy and Mitch Sherman
4dSharon Katz, ESPN Stats & Information
5dMitch Sherman and Dan Murphy