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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.
Who will be Indiana's starting quarterback? And can the defense be good enough to lead the Hoosiers back to a bowl game?
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.
Former backup RB Devine Redding, who will increase his role in '16, and deep-threat WR Simmie Cobbs highlight Indiana's offensive triplets.
These are the best lineups consisting of Indiana players who have played since 2000.
The Hoosiers, despite losing Nate Sudfeld and Jordan Howard, still should have a potent offense, but questions linger on the defensive side.
Every Big Ten team boasted at least one candidate on one of the watch lists for the Maxwell and Bednarik awards. Here's a breakdown, by team.
Who will play quarterback at Michigan? And can any one player fill the massive hole left by Ezekiel Elliott at Ohio State? The Big Ten has some interesting position battles to watch.
The Demon Deacons are on the rise, but the Hoosiers should manage to finish off their nonconference slate with a win.
Every team has one -- a wild-card guy who could be great or inconsequential, or anything in between. Here are the 14 biggest X factors in the Big Ten for 2016.
Freshman RB Kiante Enis, who opted to stay in-state rather than accept an offer from Michigan, is a playmaker who could get on the field in 2016.
There's a clear-cut No. 1 quarterback in Columbus, and Ohio State fans know the success of their offense rests with J.T. Barrett. Who are the Big Ten's other indispensable players?
Only eight Big Ten receivers surpassed 800 yards last season and only four return this season. Who will lead the conference in 2016?
The success of any college football program begins with finding the right coach. Here's a look at the top five coaches to have ever led the Hoosiers.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Nine FBS assistants will participate this week in the NCAA Champion Forum, a professional development opportunity for minorities with head-coaching aspirations. They are: Iowa State's Louis Ayeni, Arizona's Tony Dews, Navy's Ivin Jasper, Washington's Jimmy Lake, Indiana's Deland McCullough, South Carolina's Bryan McClendon, Virginia Tech's Galen Scott, Tennessee's Larry Scott and North Carolina's Charlton Warren.
Spoiler alert: What you're about to read is a 100 percent, completely-accurate-even-though-the-season-hasn't-started look at how the 2016 All-American team will look. (You're welcome.)
Simmie Cobbs Jr. is just a junior, but he's repeatedly shown he can be a huge factor in the Hoosiers' success.
How do Big Ten coaches think 2016 will play out? With anonymity assured, they dish on why Michigan is the team to beat, how J.T. Barrett could struggle again and more about the league.
why not live in Fantasyland for a bit? Here are potential matchups for the totally nonexistent 2016 SEC/Big Ten challenge.
With a difficult conference schedule in October, Indiana needs a nonconference victory over Wake Forest in late September to get off to a fast start.
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