Urban Meyer, Mark Dantonio and Kirk Ferentz lead a parade of coaches and players who will take the stage on Day 2 of Big Ten media days.
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Police have released body camera footage showing a University of Iowa football player being questioned by police who were searching for a robbery suspect.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
After the Rose Bowl loss to Stanford, Iowa's Kirk Ferentz asked his staff regarding Christian McCaffrey: Who in the last 17 years have we played who's better than him? [Antwaan] Randle El is the closest thing in my mind," Ferentz said of the former Indiana star. "I still think if Randle El had played at Florida State, he would have won two Heismans. He was such a dynamic player."
Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer
Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz acknowledges how tough it is to finish a regular season undefeated and says it comes down to winning the close games. The Hawkeyes won six games by single digits last season and are the Big Ten West favorite for 2016.
Where should college football's top 25 teams turn when they need one yard to win the game on the last play? Get ready for some surprises.
FPI projects Michigan to win Big Ten
The Wolverines have a 36 percent chance to win the Big Ten, according to ESPN's Football Power Index. The rival Buckeyes are given a 21 percent chance.
Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer
With Big Ten media days kicking off in Chicago, the league has announced its preseason honors list. Ohio State QB J.T. Barrett is the headliner, but there is no shortage of star power returning to the conference this fall.
Ohio State fell short of a Big Ten title game appearance last season. Will the Buckeyes get back for the third time in four seasons? Or will Michigan take over the East Division?
Here are teams in each conference moving in the right direction and those which struggled this summer.
Iowa defensive lineman Faith Ekakitie wrote on Facebook that approximately five police officers stopped him and four guns were pointing at him as they searched for a bank robbery suspect.
The Big Ten has a huge new TV rights deal, a football landscape with a rising profile, and relatively few worries heading into the football season.
Iowa defensive back Desmond King, last season's Thorpe Award winner, already has shown enought to earn a spot on the Hawkeyes' 'All-Century' team.
Desmond King and C.J. Beathard are preparing an encore after their Big Ten West title and 12-0 regular-season record last year.
The top of the 2016 college football heap is projected to look a lot like the end of 2015 -- starting with Alabama and Clemson. But what are the sneaky-good teams that could crash the CFP party?
Wisconsin's Corey Clement is one of nine Big Ten rushers named to the Doak Walker Award preseason watch list. Penn State's Saquon Barkley and Indiana's Devine Redding also highlight the list.
Another Urban Meyer-groomed quarterback could win the Davey O'Brien Award in 2016. Ohio State's J.T. Barrett is one of five from the Big Ten to make the award's preseason watch list.
The Hawkeyes' quarterback, C.J. Beathard, should be among the conference's best, but there's less certainty in the backfield and at receiver.
What Vegas expects from Big Ten teams
The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook expects 10 wins from the Wolverines. Rival Ohio State is right behind them in over/under win total.
The Hawkeyes add to their solid 2017 class with a fundamentally sound defensive back in Calloway.
Every team has a jokester or a class clown. If you're looking for a laugh from each of the preseason top 25 teams, here's the player to hang out with.
Multiple teams react on social media to their players' being named to the Jim Thorpe Award watch list.
Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer
You might have heard of a few college stars who will be here at The Opening working as guest coaches for the 7-on-7 teams and linemen. The list includes Stanford's Christian McCaffrey, LSU's Leonard Fournette and Jamal Adams, Georgia's Nick Chubb, Oregon's Royce Freeman, Alabama's O.J. Howard, Iowa's Desmond King, USC's Adoree' Jackson and Juju Smith-Schuster, Florida's Jalen Tabor, Texas' Malik Jefferson, Michigan State's Brian Allen and Michigan's Jourdan Lewis
A lot went right for Iowa on its way to a 12-0 regular season and the West Division crown. Can the Hawkeyes do it again in 2016?
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