- Adam Rittenberg, ESPN Staff Writer
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You get older, you have kids, you stop stealing, it's sad.
Mark Wogenrich tackles Penn State's 65-man scholarship puzzle. Bill O'Brien presses the reset button on the Lions' offense each spring.
Northwestern wants as many home games in prime time as possible after landing three for 2013. The Wildcats add another big piece (Dareian Watkins) to a strong 2014 recruiting class. They could soon be adding one of Watkins' teammates.
Linebacker Kaleb Ringer leaves Michigan without ever playing a down for the Wolverines. Michigan offensive lineman Patrick Omameh is hopeful about sticking with the San Francisco 49ers.
New Michigan State assistant Jim Bollman says "the wheel wasn't broken" with the team's offense. Spartans defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi says the 2013 defense could be his best.
Tom Shatel thinks Nebraska greats Eric Crouch and Trev Alberts soon will join Tommie Frazier in College Football's Hall of Fame. Corn Nation weighs in on Nebraska, the Big Ten and night games.
A great look at the incredible story of Indiana great George Taliaferro.
Iowa is shut out of prime time for the first time since 2008.
There's an interesting story behind the Wisconsin commitment of junior-college cornerback Tekeim Reynard. Wisconsin adds a second road night game to its 2013 schedule.
Purdue recruit Trae Hart brings tremendous speed to the Boilers.
An extremely thorough breakdown of Minnesota's spring game.