Big Ten schools offering more security

Updated: February 1, 2012, 6:49 PM ET
By Brian Bennett | ESPN.com

Players who signed letters of intent Wednesday at many Big Ten schools received more security in their scholarships than in years past.

The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer reported that Ohio State is one of several league schools that awarded this year's recruits guaranteed four-year scholarships instead of the renewable one-year grants that have been the norm in college sports.

In October, the NCAA allowed schools to offer multiyear scholarships as part of a package of reforms. The ...

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