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No more gentemen's agreements: The Big Ten's upward trend began when they started recruiting by more modern "rules."
During a 12-day stretch in his first month as Michigan's coach, Jim Harbaugh spent nearly $136,000 in recruiting trips on a private jet, according to records obtained by USA Today Sports.
There have been lots of changes in the Big Ten East this offseason, including two schools with new head coaches.
The Spartans coach apparently doesn't have a problem with Michigan's plan to hold part of spring practice at IMG Academy in Florida.
The Notre Dame WR was elected student-body president. If he ran for the highest job in the land, he could have a great college football cabinet.
Ohio State will send a contingent of 14 to Indianapolis, double the total of any other Big Ten team.
Will Jim Harbaugh roll Toomer's Corner when he brings Michigan down South for spring break? And might Bret Bielema go WWE with the SEC response?
More Big Ten recruits came from Ohio and Florida than any other state in 2016, and a large majority came from the eastern schools' areas.
Jim Harbaugh might be at Pebble Beach to play golf, but his best shot might have been the tweet he fired seemingly aimed at the SEC.
ESPN NFL Insider Phil Savage weighs in on whether the Titans will trade the first pick in the draft, Carson Wentz's draft stock, Michigan's spring trip to Florida and the best player in the draft.
Here are five early enrollees for Big Ten teams who could have an impact during the 2016 season.
Jim Harbaugh has SEC coaches and administrators crying foul again. Is there a legitimate beef with the Michigan coach, or are they being self-serving?
The SEC doesn't want Michigan to hold part of its spring practice at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.
SEC powers and a few surprises make top junior's favorites.
Alabama tops Way-Too-Early Top 25
In case you missed it on Tuesday, Alabama is No. 1 in Mark Schlabach's early ranking. Florida State is second and Michigan is third.
The SEC is trying to get the NCAA to stop Michigan from practicing in Florida over spring break.