Michigan State has its Messiah, and Northwestern can unchain Jango, while Nebraska has Dicaprio to act its way out of any trouble.
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Grading the 2016 football recruiting classes in the Big Ten, which saw Ohio State deliver another top-5 class and Michigan finish with a fury.
Signing day is just around the corner and a few Big Ten teams are sorely in need of some good recruiting news to help them build momentum.
As signing day nears we're taking a look at the highest-impact prospects each Big Ten school has signed over the last decade, starting with 2001-15.
New Lions GM Bob Quinn hired one of his early mentors, former Maryland coach Randy Edsall, as the Director of Football Research -- Special Projects.
Much scrutiny will be placed on the recruiting classes of first-year coaches like Mark Richt and D.J. Durkin. Next year matters more.
Michigan, Ohio State, Indiana, Nebraska and Maryland all secured commitments on the second to last visit weekend for the class.
Maryland's William Likely presents a threat to score every time he touches the football on a return.
With a major list of visitors followed by commitments from Dwayne Haskins and Keandre Jones, Ohio State enjoyed big-time recruiting success.
The biggest need for Maryland in 2016 is at quarterback, and Dwayne Haskins' decision to decommit in favor of Ohio State has the Terrapins scrambling.
Barring any last-second, non-publicized surprises, 20 Big Ten players have officially declared for the NFL draft this spring.
Looking at the Big Ten's winners and losers of the NFL draft deadline, where Ohio State saw a huge chunk of its team declare for the pros.
Quarterback Dwayne Haskins had been committed to Maryland since May 15 and had been a big piece of the class, but he announced Monday that he would be going to Ohio State instead.
Our week-long countdown of the top 25 players in the Big Ten this season starts with Nos. 21-25, which includes a pair of Indiana offensive players.
With the season officially over, it's time to look at some issues facing teams entering the 2016 season.
The Buckeyes leapfrogged Michigan State and Iowa after the bowl games in our final Big Ten Power Rankings of the season.
The college football season just ended, but we're already looking ahead to 2016. Here's how the Big Ten stacks up, at least to us.
Maryland making more headway
It's not just about QB prospect Dwayne Haskins Jr. in College Park. Last week, Terrance Davis became the fourth 4-star recruit to verbally commit to Maryland's 2016 class. Weekly commitment roundup (Insider)
Our reporters pegged the Big Ten's cellar-dwellers and a Michigan rebound ... but Iowa's run to the Rose Bowl defied summer prognostications.
By the latest count, there are 14 new coordinators in the Big Ten for 2016, accounting for half the coordinator jobs available in the league.
Maryland has plenty of areas that need answers, including the unsettled QB position and the status of star defensive back William Likely.
Ohio State's J.T. Barrett and Iowa's C.J. Beathard should be among the conference's best quarterbacks heading into the 2016 season.
Ohio State made a splash with new defensive coordinator Greg Schiano; D.J. Durkin has assembled a group of former head coaches on his Maryland staff.
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