Big Ten: Cameron Queiro
I dare type it, but spring might be finally here.
- Iowa's open practice in Des Moines is finally official. An experienced linebacker corps looks like the strength of the Hawkeyes' defense.
- Linebacker depth at Linebacker U is a concern as recruit Zayd Issah won't be with the Lions this fall following his arrest. Penn State is making strides as it reaches the halfway point of spring.
- Minnesota sophomore CB Eric Murray is getting a shot with the first-team defense this spring. A closer look at Gophers LB Jack Lynn.
- Some notes and quotes as Michigan State prepares for its first spring scrimmage. Staying healthy is the biggest key for Spartans defensive lineman Tyler Hoover. Opinions vary on where Spartans RB Le'Veon Bell will go in the draft.
- A large turnout at Nebraska's spring game should help recruiting. Brodrick Nickens' toughness led Nebraska's coaches to move him to defensive line. The Huskers look to build more depth at tight end.
- Ohio State's wide receivers are no longer a clown show. Buckeyes TE Jeff Heuerman talks about his April Fools' prank on coach Tim Hinton. More notes from the Buckeyes' Thursday practice.
- Mike Carmin looks at five things to watch in Purdue's scrimmage Saturday.
- It looks like the Big Ten will face the ACC in the Pinstripe Bowl in future seasons. Check out the Big Ten's spring football prospectus.
- The plan hasn't changed for Michigan incoming QB Shane Morris despite Russell Bellomy's knee injury. Wolverines defensive coordinator Greg Mattison wants more from the four-man rush. Michigan is making it really obvious not to hit the quarterbacks in practice.
- Illinois' running backs will be on display at an open practice later Friday.
- Northwestern's defense will have two Queiro brothers after Cameron Queiro commits for the 2014 class.
- There's always a new tune playing at Wisconsin's spring practices.
- New Indiana assistant William Inge talks about his first spring in Bloomington. Head coach Kevin Wilson shares his thoughts on the latest practice.
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