Brian Bennett previews Penn State-Nebraska from Memorial Stadium in Lincoln.
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The Trojans QB talks breakout receivers, the second year under Sark and line dancing with his center.
The Wolverines add experience and leadership with the expected addition of the former Iowa starting QB.
In this week's Big 12 roundtable, we focus on second-year players who redshirted last year, those who played and those who need to step up most.
Just as the Wake Forest Demon Deacons did with their strong cornerback play last season, the linebacking crew will be a centerpiece in 2015.
Fournette is seeing the game differently this spring, and it could propel him closer to the massive expectations placed on him when he arrived.
Just like our debate over the ACC’s best offenses, there are plenty of candidates to post the best unit on the defensive side. Virginia, Louisville and Boston College were all good last year and could take strides in 2015, too.
Last season as a freshman, Davon Godchaux started 10 games overall and each of the last nine games.
Youngstown State coach Bo Pelini talked recently about some of his disappointment toward his former employer, Nebraska.
USC athletic director declines to attend College Football Playoff committee meeting in Indiana, citing support of his gay son.
Amid reports that receiver Devin Lucien would transfer, UCLA coach Jim Mora confirmed that "he is no longer part of our program."
There is no offseason in the rivalry between Ohio State and Michigan.
Max Olson and Brandon Chatmon debate the most surprising development of the spring in the Big 12.
LSU exercises patience in search for starter as quarterbacks grow during spring