On my way to the Mothership. The Big Ten coaches' car wash is on tap.
Barry Alvarez and other Big Ten big wigs know the league must upgrade its talent.
Ohio State must replace its heart and soul on defense in John Simon. E. Gordon Gee can buy plenty of bow ties with his $5.8 million retirement package from Ohio State.
Athletic directors Dave Brandon (Michigan) and Mark Hollis (Michigan State) want no part of the Playoff selection committee. Michigan State star LB Max Bullough respects Michigan but dislikes the Wolverines.
Penn State faces a largely unknown Syracuse squad in the opener. The Lions lack quantity but boast quality at quarterback. A good look at how Penn State's ticket prices stack up in the Big Ten.
Minnesota WR Devin Crawford-Tufts drops football to focus solely on track. Offensive coordinator Matt Limegrover says his unit has no more excuses. Berkley Edwards provides a boost for Minnesota's run game.
A look at three Purdue position battles entering camp. In-state recruiting is a bigger priority under new Purdue coach Darrell Hazell. The Boilers will mix up their offensive and defensive formations.
Nebraska's wide receivers are starting to grab more attention. One of them, Quincy Enunwa, is all about effort. Huskers QB Taylor Martinez has plenty at stake as a senior. Tom Dienhart looks at the best case/worst case for Nebraska.
Former Penn State assistant Mike McQueary testifies that Joe Paterno thought the university erred in its response to McQueary's allegation against Jerry Sandusky. Credibility remains a question for McQueary.
A closer look at Iowa entering preseason camp. Some good Iowa/Big Ten nuggets in the "On Iowa" podcast.
After a very healthy 2012, Northwestern could see its fortunes turn this fall.
Profiling one of Illinois' top weapons, RB Josh Ferguson.