Posted by ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg
Ohio State starting quarterback Terrelle Pryor can be hit in two quarters during the team's spring game Saturday, Doug Lesmerises writes in The Cleveland Plain Dealer.
"It's a gamble, yeah," head coach Jim Tressel said of putting his star on the line. "But we need to get better. If we don't get better, that's a gamble as well."
Penn State's Daryll Clark wants the same spring game treatment as Pryor, but he probably won't get it -- too big a risk, Bob Flounders writes in The (Harrisburg) Patriot-News. Nittany Lions linebacker Navorro Bowman will face temptation everywhere on a college campus, but he can't afford to slip up again, Cory Giger writes in The Altoona Mirror.
Injuries are beginning to pile up at Illinois this spring, with cornerback Patrick Nixon-Youman the latest to go down, Bob Asmussen writes in The News-Gazette. Illinois will divide up the first- and second-teamers for Saturday's spring game, Mark Tupper writes in the Decatur Herald & Review
After a strong junior season, Minnesota cornerback Traye Simmons considered entering the NFL draft before returning to school, the Pioneer Press' Marcus Fuller writes in his blog.
Danny Hope has brought enthusiasm to Purdue, but he might need some time to build a competitive team, Reggie Hayes writes in The (Fort Wayne) News-Sentinel.