We're taking snapshots of each position group with each Big Ten team entering the spring. The wide receivers and tight ends are up next. Illinois: The Illini are looking for more from this group after losing top target Steve Hull, who exploded late in the season to finish just shy of 1,000 receiving yards.
about 522 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | Penn State Nittany Lions
Now that the 2013 season is merely a memory, it's time to start looking toward 2014 and identifying some potential breakout performers. Options are plentiful, but we are limiting ourselves to five on each side of the ball.
about 571 days ago | Brian Bennett | Penn State Nittany Lions
After a season in the wilderness of transition, Iowa's offense found itself this fall. The next step is to find out what it could be. The possibilities are exciting for a unit that will lose only three starters and bring back valuable pieces at running back, line and quarterback.
Five lessons from four games in Week 5. Got that? Let's go ... 1. Ohio State's young defense is growing up: Lost amid the Braxton Miller-Kenny Guiton debate this week was the fact a mostly young Ohio State defense with only one returning starter in the front seven would be put to the test by Melvin Gordon, James White and the formidable Wisconsin run game.
about 673 days ago | Adam Rittenberg and Brian Bennett | Ohio State Buckeyes
Wide receiver Jeremey Chappelle (Jacksonville, Texas/Blinn Junior College), now No. 8 in the ESPN JC 100, is a monster pick-up for Mississippi State as he could very well be the missing piece of their playmaking puzzle on offense.
about 954 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCF On The Trail
Snow College (Ephraim, Utah) pass-catcher Damond Powell committed Sunday to continue his career in the Big Ten for Iowa, The Gazette reports. Powell, a 5-foot-11, 175-pound Toledo, Ohio native, made an official visit over the weekend and was recruited by Iowa assistant coach Erik Campbell.
about 966 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCF On The Trail