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Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany says he could see the playoff semifinals moving off of New Year's Eve but that he doesn't foresee the Rose Bowl ever moving from its New Year's Day slot.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Dave Clawson said Cam Serigne was one of the offseason standouts in the weight room. Serigne had largely served as a receiver his first two seasons at Wake Forest, but Clawson thinks he'll take a lot more reps as an in-line, blocking tight end this year.

Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Despite returning only six starters, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer says he "sees that potential" for a playoff run for the Buckeyes. Says this is the most talented team, top to bottom, that he's had, though there is pressure on coaches to get young roster ready.

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

Urban Meyer lays out the mission this season right off the top: "Have to find a way to replace arguably one of the best groups to ever come through college football." Buckeyes have their work cut out with just six returning starters, but few programs have recruited any better.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz acknowledges how tough it is to finish a regular season undefeated and says it comes down to winning the close games. The Hawkeyes won six games by single digits last season and are the Big Ten West favorite for 2016.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst addresses the quarterback situation: "Those two will get a ton of reps in fall camp. Certainly I don't know when, but we'll name a starting quarterback." The two-man race between Bart Houston and Alex Hornibrook could go deep into camp.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio on defensive lineman Malik McDowell: "Malik is a playmaker. He's big, he's very athletic, physical. With all that being said, he's going to be a true junior. I think this is the year that sort of catapults him."

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

"He was a giver. There was no take in Mike Sadler." Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio starts his Big Ten media day by talking about his former punter who died in a car crash this weekend.

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Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Lovie Smith, back in Chicago as the new Illinois coach, leads off Day 2 of Big Ten media days. Smith says the Illini "are not there yet" in terms of competing for championships, but he intends to get them to that point.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan standout CB Jourdan Lewis enjoys playing for new defensive coordinator Don Brown, nicknamed "Dr. Blitz." Lewis describes Brown's scheme as, "Pressure, pressure. Dr. Blitz knows what he's doing. That's what he's great at, that's what he hangs his hat on, and that's what we're going to do." Lewis first noticed Brown while watching Boston College's defense stifle Florida State in a game last season.

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

After Oklahoma landed a commitment today from four-star WR Cedarian Lamb, a rival Big 12 recruiter told me he thinks Sooners' coach Bob Stoops is in line to sign his "best class ever." OU already has the nation's seventh-ranked class with 12 four-star pledges.

Kevin Gemmell ESPN Staff Writer 

A spokesman for the Pullman Police Dept. tells ESPN.com they are investigating a "handful" of Washington State football players (anywhere between 5-12) for an alleged assault at a party that happened over the weekend and left one student hospitalized. Cmdr. Chris Tennant said it's a "complex" investigation when dealing with a party setting, alcohol and a lot of people. "Just because they were there doesn't mean they are guilty of something ... To make a criminal charge, we have to prove that an individual took an individual act and that individual act was criminal. And you have to prove that beyond a reasonable doubt." WSU Athletic Director Bill Moos said in a statement the school is aware and they are cooperating with local police.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

NC State returns eight starters on defense and should be led by its front seven, bigger and stronger than any group Dave Doeren has had with the Wolfpack. Seven players power cleaned over 350 pounds during the offseason: defensive ends James Smith-Williams, Kentavius Street and Bradley Chubb, along with defensive tackles Justin Jones, Eurndraus Bryant, B.J. Hill and Monty Nelson. When Doeren arrived four years ago, he only had one player hit that mark.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Northwestern All-Big Ten LB Anthony Walker had season tickets to Miami games growing up and hoped to play for the U. He even was coached by Hurricanes super fan Luther "Uncle Luke" Campbell in an all-star game. "After seeing Sean Spence and guys like that, Miami always was the favorite team, but I didn't get a Miami offer," Walker said. "You can only go to one college, so as long as I was able to get one offer, I was OK with it."

Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan's Jourdan Lewis is already widely regarded as one of the nation's top corners -- but he doesn't want to stop there. "I'm going to put this out there right now: I want to play offense." Specifically, receiver. Who says Jabrill Peppers is the only versatile Wolverine?