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Here's what's happening in your neck of the woods.
For the first time in several years, linebacker is a position of uncertainty for Ohio State, and The Cleveland Plain Dealer's Doug Lesmerises breaks it all down.
Former Penn State quarterback Pat Devlin has no regrets about his decision to transfer to Delaware and harbors no ill will toward anyone in State College, Kevin Tresolini writes in The News Journal.
"From top to bottom, everybody [at Penn State] was great," Devlin said. "I just got a call from Tom Bradley [Penn State defensive coordinator] checking up on me. So no bridges are burned. I don't think Joe's happy about it, but no looking back. I loved the experience I had there. I made friends I'll never forget. I played in games I'll never forget. Sad to see it's over, but it was a business decision."
Wisconsin's latest batch of recruits is used to winning, Tom Mulhern writes in the Wisconsin State Journal.
Minnesota's next wide receivers coach inherits a young and deep group of players and a sizable recruiting void to fill after George McDonald's departure, the Star Tribune's Kent Youngblood writes in his blog.
The interview process with NFL teams will largely determine where former Iowa running back Shonn Greene winds up in April's draft, The (Cedar Rapids) Gazette's Marc Morehouse writes in his blog.