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The collection of coaching acumen in the Big Ten East is astounding. Mark Dantonio has a leg up on his competition in at least one area.
Indiana guard Dan Feeney has allowed a total of one sack while starting every game over the past three seasons, anchoring a stout offensive line.
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.
As Big Ten teams settle into the offseason, questions from fans focus on some new faces on the sidelines and Wisconsin's tough schedule.
Indiana's first month of Big Ten play this season rates as considerably more difficult than 2015.
We continue our examination of the coming Big Ten season with the second half of the conference schedule.
It should come as no surprise that Jim Harbaugh is quickly taking Michigan's quarterback situation from a weakness to a strength.
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).
With a ton of experience returning, look for the Hoosiers' secondary to become a defensive strength.
After signing a top-five class in 2016, Ohio State has take the lead in the Big Ten with the 2017 class.
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: Nate Sudfeld
Washington added a quarterback early in Round 6, taking the former Indiana gunslinger. Check out some of Sudfeld's best highlights.
Kiper scouting report: Jordan Howard
Get to know the newest Bear, No. 150 overall pick Jordan Howard. Mel Kiper Jr. breaks down the former Indiana running back.
Bio Blast: Jason Spriggs
The Packers traded up to the 48th overall pick to nab the former Indiana tackle. Spriggs is one of six first-team All-Americans in Hoosiers history.
Kiper scouting report: Jason Spriggs
Mel Kiper Jr. breaks down the film on the Packers' second-round selection, Jason Spriggs. What does the O-lineman bring to the table for Green Bay.
Round 2: Spriggs best fit for Chargers at 35
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 San Diego should draft OT Jason Spriggs, who would be a player to groom and eventually replace LT King Dunlap. Round 2 best fits mock draft (Insider)
There's potential for the Big Ten East to be one of the most high-flying in college football, with innovative offensive minds throughout.
The Big Ten's 2016 crop of NFL QBs could do something that none of the other 80 classes before it ever could: Have five players drafted in one year.
The Big Ten is loaded on defense, led by cornerbacks; it's tough for Rutgers to throw a fence around New Jersey wiht inroads made by other B1G teams.
Indiana @ Florida Intl Golden Panthers
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