If you haven't done so already, check out the Michigan State spring practice live blog as the spring bus tour rolls through East Lansing.
To the links ...
To the links ...
- Penn State coach Bill O'Brien is always thinking about the program's future. The Lions' offensive line is coming together nicely. Penn State soon could be adding Miami to its schedule.
- Ohio State was on the lookout for complacency this spring after a 12-0 season. Some Buckeye bits from the assistant coaches.
- A look at Michigan State's spring game draft, which took place Wednesday. Spartans punter Mike Sadler could add place-kicking duties to his plate this fall. Checking in with this year's Duffy Daugherty award winner, former SEC commish Roy Kramer.
- Wisconsin will hold out several key players, including LB Chris Borland and RB James White, from Saturday's spring game. Curt Phillips' competitive edge helps him in Wisconsin's quarterback competition.
- Iowa assistant Brian Ferentz defends his dad: he's no luddite. The Hawkeyes are fortunate veteran assistant Reese Morgan is helping to rebuild the defensive line, Pat Harty writes. More on the Iowa lines.
- Sophomore Amara Darboh has emerged as the top candidate for Michigan's No. 3 receiver spot. Michigan coach Brady Hoke expects an incoming freshman to provide depth at strongside linebacker.
- Brian Christopherson examines when Nebraska should promote a headline player like QB Taylor Martinez. There's much more to Jack Hoffman's story than what the cameras have captured, Tom Shatel writes.
- Northwestern adds Solomon Vault to its 2014 recruiting class. A look at the Wildcats' running backs coming out of the spring.
- An excellent look at where major conferences are focusing their recruiting efforts.
- Purdue's defensive depth chart is still very much in flux. The Boilers announce their spring awards.
- Highlights and interviews from Indiana's spring game.
- Illinois signs with a new radio partner in Chicago.