Wisconsin gets LSU at Lambeau Field and a win would provide a big leap for the Badgers; the West is wide open and will come down to the final week.
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After signing a top-five class in 2016, Ohio State has take the lead in the Big Ten with the 2017 class.
Everyone knows the usual suspects who appear at the top of the class rankings, but some unfamiliar names have done early work with the Class of 2017.
Taking a look at the Big Ten receivers and tight ends who were most effective on paper in 2015, and who might surprise in 2016.
Nebraska netting big recruits
With three ESPN 300 commits already, Mike Riley is building an exciting 2017 recruiting class. QB Tristan Gebbia is the crown jewel of the class, but Riley's staff certainly isn't done adding highly-touted talent. Programs which will make noise (Insider)
Jordan Howard, Eric Murray, Connor Cook and Andy Janovich -- one or all of these former Big Ten players could make a name for himself on Sundays.
Highlights: Andy Janovich
The Broncos kicked off the sixth round by taking the first fullback of the draft. Check out some of Janovich's best highlights.
Highlights: Alex Lewis
The Ravens nabbed the former Cornhusker tackle late in Round 4. Check out some of Lewis' best highlights.
Highlights: Vincent Valentine
New England selected Valentine with the No. 96 overall pick. Check out some of the Nebraska product's best highlights here.
Patriots select Vincent Valentine
The Patriots used the No. 96 overall pick on Nebraska D-lineman Vincent Valentine. Draftcast
McShay scouting report: Maliek Collins
Get to know the newest Cowboy, No. 67 overall pick Maliek Collins. Todd McShay breaks down the former Nebraska defensive tackle.
In his new position, former Rams general manager Billy Devaney is bridging gaps in the talent evaluation process with the Cornhuskers.
Round 2: Lewis best fit for Patriots at 61
Our Insiders take a look at how tonight's Round 2 should play out if every team was drafting purely for best fit. They think New England should draft OT Alex Lewis, whose versatility to line up at both tackle and guard could bring solid value at this point. Round 2 best fits mock draft (Insider)
Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation
Nebraska has made a big deal out of satellite camps since head coach Mike Riley arrived in Lincoln, and he said the decision Thursday to bring the camps back will be a good thing for the Husker program and prospective-student athletes across the country. "I've said in the past that I see these camps as an opportunity for both coaches and young players, and anytime you can provide opportunity I view that as a good thing," Riley said. "The young men attending these camps benefit from good coaching that helps them further their football skills. It allows our staff to represent the University of Nebraska all around the country."
Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer
Nebraska coach Mike Riley supports satellite camps. Here is his statement today on overturning of the ban:
An opportunity exists for the speedy Nebraska RB Mikale Wilbon, at 5-foot-9 and 195 pounds, to carve an offensive role as a sophomore.
Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer
Big Ten ESPN300 commits Ohio State - 10 Michigan - 5 Penn State, Nebraska - 3 MSU, Iowa, Wisc - 2 Rutgers - 1
Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer
Nebraska has three ESPN300 commits led by QB Tristan Gebbia at 193 overall and joined by Keyshawn Johnson Jr and Jaevon McQuitty.
Former Nebraska defensive back Joe Blahak, a member of the Cornhuskers' national championship teams in 1970-71, has died.
The Cornhuskers continued their great month on the trail reeling the the ESPN Jr. 300 linebacker from Delaware.
Mike Riley and his staff had Tommy Armstrong throw 402 passes in 2015; the hope in the new season is more QB runs will allow for a better passing game.
Nebraska vs Fresno State Bulldogs
Memorial Stadium (Lincoln, NE) - Fri 9/2