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Only 35 days until pitchers and catchers report.
Penn State would be better off with the stability of Al Golden or Mike Munchak than James Franklin's more exciting offense, David Jones writes.
Noah Spence's father speaks out about his son's three-game suspension for ecstasy, which the family says Noah took by accident.
Northwestern's Kain Colter is preparing for his shot in the NFL -- as a wide receiver.
Other than the money, the BCS was not kind to the Big Ten, Tom Oates writes.
A new crop of starters will have to step up for Nebraska's offensive line, which will be hit hard by graduation.
A breakdown of how Michigan's offensive line, uh, broke down in 2013.
Illinois and Kansas agreed to a future home-and-home series (like, way in the future).
A Purdue linebacker is transferring to Duquesne.
Reasons for each Big Ten team to feel optimistic in 2014.