- Adam Rittenberg, ESPN Staff Writer
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Campin' in the Big Ten.
Iowa's slogan for 2012 -- "Enter the black" -- encapsulates what the team faces this fall. Don't say the R-word -- Rebuilding -- around Hawkeyes assistant Brian Ferentz. Not surprisingly, the Hawkeyes remain unsettled at running back.
A bit of advice: When Michigan's Thomas Rawls runs at you, you had better get out of the way. The Wolverines' backup quarterback has a good day at receiver. No word yet on when Fitzgerald Toussaint might start practicing for U-M.
Former Penn State RB Silas Redd meets the media after his first USC practice. Former NCAA investigator Dan Beebe thinks Penn State's penalties could end up being more challenging than SMU's.
Northwestern's freshmen begin their disorientation during training camp.
Former Penn State lineman Ryan Nowicki takes the field with Illinois. Nowicki and his fellow line mates have plenty to learn at Camp Rantoul.
Indiana continues to take a hands-on approach with its quarterbacks. Hoosiers TE Ted Bolser expects to return to his 2010 form (subscription required).
Tim Marlowe's versatility at receiver explains why he played so much for Nebraska in 2011. A Q&A with the Huskers' starting quarterback, Taylor Martinez.
Purdue offensive lineman Peters Drey has put a back injury in the rear-view mirror. Some quick hits from Boilers' practice.
Check out what Big Ten coaches had to say (anonymously) about the other teams in the league.
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