Defensive line play stood out in Week 1 around the Big Ten, both from groups expected to be good (Illinois, Ohio State and Michigan State) and ones that had question marks (Iowa and Minnesota).
Wisconsin's scrimmage marked an end to coach Paul Chryst's first spring in command of the program. Here's a review of the spring in Madison.
Chris Laviano wowed the Rutgers crowd at Friday's spring game, but coach Kyle Flood wasn't prepared to name a starting quarterback based on one scrimmage.
Momentum is moving swiftly in a positive direction for Michigan State as the spring season comes to a close.
Here's a look at five defensive coaches in the Big Ten who appear equipped to make the jump to the top level of their profession.
Offense is powering college football, and defensive coaches seeking top jobs must be aware of possible blackouts.
What did Iowa find out about itself this spring, and what questions still remain?
Just the idea of Braxton Miller heading to Tuscaloosa is exciting and it raises all sorts of possibilities.
No major issues are likely to be changed as the leagues meet to discuss the College Football Playoff.
The Big Ten had a big spring in terms of attendance, with Ohio State's record crowd leading the way.
A look at why ESPN 300 wide receiver Justin Layne is a key addition for Michigan State.
The offensive linemen ran with the ball and the defensive line dominated in East Lansing.
The Badgers have a new head coach and have to replace Melvin Gordon, but the defense might be the unit to watch.
The Michigan coach cleverly calls out Southern coaches who have complained about the Big Ten's 'satellite' camps; will any dare take his invite?
A national title, enormous spring game crowds and exploiting recruiting loopholes. The Big Ten is flipping the script on the SEC.
Is it silly for Mark Dantonio to worry about spring attendance? Not when you look at numbers around the B1G and know that's who you recruit against.