Big Ten: tyler ferg
Big Ten media days begin two weeks from today. We are not scare-mongering. This is really happening.
- Purdue commit David Blough has upped the wow factor thanks to his showing at the Elite 11 camp. Boilers assistant Gerad Parker talks about recruiting and the reaction the new staff has received in this Q&A.
- Tyler Ferguson will be returning to Penn State soon after going home to California to be with his mom, who's undergoing cancer treatments. An experienced offense should help whoever plays quarterback this fall for PSU. The Nittany Lions' game against UCF in Ireland will be officially announced on Sunday, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
- Doug Lesmerises begins looking at the 25 most important factors for Ohio State this season, beginning with luck of the Buckeyes. Urban Meyer has his players thinking about life after football.
- Nebraska lost a receiver recruit to Kentucky. A guy named Freedom talks about his commitment to the Huskers.
- Illinois picked up an in-state defensive back.
- Patrick Reusse thinks Jerry Kill ought to get more respect.
- Another defense of Kirk Ferentz. Chuck Long got a new gig. Breaking down the Hawkeyes in 2013.
- Michigan's two commitments from Maryland could help the Wolverines gain a foothold in that area. The outlook for Devin Gardner in 2013. Michigan is pursuing one of the nation's top cornerbacks.
- Mark Dantonio is wary of the recruiting star system. Spartans coaches like what they see from new starting cornerback Trae Waynes. The extra $4 million going to Michigan State football won't come from the school's general fund, Mark Hollis says.
- Looking back at Indiana's 2013 recruiting class.
- The new concession provider for Wisconsin athletics will have a short time to get up to speed. What does D.J. Gillins' commitment mean for Tanner McEvoy?
- Reviewing Northwestern's most recent recruiting class. Who the Wildcats are going after for their last two scholarships for next year's class.
- CBSSports' bloggers give their takes on Big Ten over/under win totals.