- Adam Rittenberg, ESPN Staff Writer
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Brian will be live-blogging from Nebraska's spring practice today, starting at 1 p.m. ET and finishing around 5 p.m. ET. Huskers quarterback Taylor Martinez will be taking your questions at 2 p.m. ET, and Brian will be chatting about Big Red and the entire Big Ten at 3 p.m. ET. Be sure to check it out!
Onto the links ...
Philip Nelson is a 19-year-old rising sophomore, but he's the veteran among Minnesota's quarterbacks. Gophers running back Donnell Kirkwood vows to be a better leader this year than he was in 2012.
Ohio State assistant Everett Withers lights a fire under safety Corey Brown. Another Buckeyes safety, Christian Bryant, hopes to complement big hits with better consistency. AD Gene Smith says Ohio State is much more than a football school.
Iowa's quarterback situation is very much a mystery as spring ball kicks off, Pat Harty writes. Marc Morehouse previews Iowa's wide receivers and tight ends entering the spring.
Nebraska quarterbacks and future roommates Taylor Martinez and Ron Kellogg III are the "odd couple," Steven M. Sipple writes. Huskers cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste has the talent to be a star but needs steadier play.
Bob Flounders examines which young Penn State players could break out in spring practice.
Michigan likes the big-play capabilities of young WRs Jehu Chesson and Amara Darboh. Offensive coordinator Al Borges expects a stronger offensive line and an improved run game in 2013. After some tough times last season, Michigan reserve quarterback Russell Bellomy is regaining his confidence.
Dustin Hockensmith breaks down the Big Ten nonconference schedules in 2013.
Wisconsin's and Northwestern's runs to the Rose Bowl in 1993 and 1995, respectively, are among college football's top Cinderella stories.