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2015 Schedule
3-9, 6th in Big Ten - East
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5dAdam Rittenberg

Big Ten officials downplay SEC rivalry

The Big Ten-SEC rivalry is real, but many Big Ten officials don't view the two leagues as diametrically opposed, even if it's how they're portrayed.

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7dAustin Ward

Toughest stretch: Maryland Terrapins

In the span of four weeks, DJ Durkin's first Maryland team will have three chances to test itself against the programs he was hired to chase down.

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How B1G could a new Big Ten be?

In the spirit of conference expansion chatter, our Ryan McGee has an idea. He shook up the Big Ten, added four schools and juggled the divisions to help create a more balanced CFB map. Which teams are in the new East and West? Flipping the field

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Between the ESPN networks and BTN, Big Ten-scheduled night kickoffs in 2016 feature Nebraska in a league-high five games, followed by Ohio State (4), Northwestern, Iowa and Penn State (3), Michigan State, Wisconsin, Michigan and Rutgers (2), Illinois, Indiana, Maryland and Minnesota (1).

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Will Steelers' second-round pick star?

Sean Davis projects to be a strong safety, a position with an open spot on the depth chart in Pittsburgh. The team feels that he could become a mainstay in the secondary for years to come. Best rookie for every NFL team

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Terps have thin nonconference slate

Maryland and new coach D.J. Durkin will travel to play Florida International and UCF. They'll also host Howard, considered one of FCS' weakest teams. 10 easiest nonconference skeds (Insider)

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20dTom VanHaaren

ESPN 300: Where the Big Ten stands

After signing a top-five class in 2016, Ohio State has take the lead in the Big Ten with the 2017 class.

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23dCraig Haubert

Scout's take: Joshua Kaindoh to Maryland

ESPN 300 defensive end Joshua Kaindoh fooled everyone by committing to Maryland which wasn't even in his recently released top four. Read below to see how the super-talented edge-rusher fits in College Park:What he brings: Kaindoh is a physically impressive prospect with a tall, broad frame and outstanding length and as he continues to develop could grow into a physical monster.

What will Davis do in Pittsburgh?

We're not quite sure yet. Our Todd McShay gave Sean Davis a fourth-round grade, but the Steelers took him in Round 2. Mike Tomlin does have a knack for getting the best out of his talent. Best/riskiest picks of Day 2 (Insider)

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Highlights: Quinton Jefferson

The Seahawks traded up in Round 5 to grab the former Maryland defensive tackle. Check out some of Jefferson's best highlights.

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How about the Jags? Gus Bradley is loading up on defense. CB, LB and now a pass rusher with Ngakoue.

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Highlights: Yannick Ngakoue

Jacksonville took Ngakoue out of Maryland with the No. 69 overall pick. Check out the newest Jaguar's tape here.

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Highlights: Sean Davis

The Steelers opted for the Maryland safety with the 58th overall pick. Check out some of Davis' best highlights here.

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28dJosh Moyer

Spring breakout player: Maryland Terrapins

Brendan Moore came to Maryland as an undersized offensive lineman but, having bulked up, the sophomore looks set to be the Terrapins' starting center.

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Will Sean Davis be picked on Day 2?

Our Mel Kiper Jr. doesn't think Davis is the best safety in coverage, but he knows Davis brings the wood when you cross the middle of the field on him. Best-case scenario for Davis is a third round pick. Kiper's favorite players (Insider)