- Adam Rittenberg, ESPN Staff Writer
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Happy hump day. Do you believe the season is barely two weeks away? Fired up.
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Maryland's financial woes remain as a move to the Big Ten is on the horizon. The Terrapins will enter their new league as the only B1G school without an indoor football practice facility.
Penn State is looking for more defensive linemen to emerge alongside Deion Barnes and DaQuan Jones. PSU adds San Diego State to its 2015 schedule. Lions QB coach Charlie Fisher talks about, what else, the competition under center.
Tom Dienhart writes there's a lot to like about a talented Northwestern squad. Redshirt freshman Malin Jones hopes to crack Northwestern's RB rotation this fall. A look at the Wildcats' challenging stretch run.
Ohio State's new punter is Aussie, Aussie, Aussie. The Buckeyes' offense will be very different in Year 2, Urban Meyer says. Ohio State is among Bruce Feldman's picks of teams that can run the table.
Wisconsin freshman Corey Clement aims to crack the competitive rotation at running back. The Big Brother program is alive and well with Gary Andersen's Badgers. Wisconsin is reviewing its player autographs policy.
Minnesota's Derrick Wells prepares for a new challenge at cornerback this fall. The Gophers join the iPad fad. True freshman Donovahn Jones practices as wide receiver in addition to quarterback.
Jehu Chesson hopes to add to Michigan's wide receiver tradition. Michigan is in no rush to find its next radio voice. The Wolverines' recruiting momentum could slow down a little.
Michigan State wants more pressure from its interior defensive line. The Spartans' secondary starters are fairly set, but the competition continues in the back four. Plenty of Spartans camp notes here. Paul Myerberg previews Michigan State.
Former college rivals Mike Brewster (Ohio State) and Denard Robinson (Michigan) are still going at it.
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