Welcome to another edition of the Monday mailbag. Adam is on vacation this week, so I'm going to attempt to fill his Friday slot as well as my usual Wednesday 'bag this week. But I need questions to pull that off, so make sure to send them here or hit us up on Twitter.
about 604 days ago | Brian Bennett | Ohio State Buckeyes
Seven more to go and Stanley sticks around for another year. The Big Ten remains king of college sports -- at least in revenue. ICYMI, an excellent look by Scott Dochterman at the unsold Big Ten bowl tickets and what they cost.
about 633 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | Penn State Nittany Lions
In 2013, running back Ty Isaac was among a group of ESPN 300 prospects from Big Ten country who ended up signing with schools far, far away. While Isaac went to USC, fellow Illinois native Laquon Treadwell signed with Ole Miss and Indiana native Elijah Daniel went to Auburn.
about 637 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | Michigan Wolverines
USC junior fullback Jahleel Pinner hasn't recorded a single carry up to this point in his career, but if the two most recent practice sessions of the spring are any indication, that just might change in the fall.
LOS ANGELES - The first thought when seeing No. 29 enter Goux Gate and sprint onto USC's practice field is that he must be either a tight end or an H-back. On the contrary, sophomore Ty Isaac is an extremely gifted running back, whose potential is nearly as big as his size, which is easy to pick out in the Trojans' new shotgun formation.
WeAreSC staffers give opinions on topics related to Trojans football: Give your offensive and defensive "spring revelations," guys who will make the biggest noise in spring. Garry Paskwietz: These are good times for the USC tailback spot.
Our look at position groups in the Pac-12 continues. Arizona: With Ka'Deem Carey off to the NFL, figuring out Arizona's running back situation requires a bit of guesswork. Backups Daniel Jenkins and Kylan Butler are out of eligibility and rising junior Jared Baker tore his ACL in the regular-season finale.
After the fax machines stopped rolling and the ink was dry on national signing day, USC first-year head coach Steve Sarkisian, when discussing the merits of the 2014 recruiting class, made a point of stating that his staff intentionally did not recruit a running back.