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More power is now in the hands of the five power conferences -- but what does that mean for the Big Ten and college football? BTN's Tom Dienhart chimes in on what's next, Pioneer Press' Marcus Fuller believes it could be costly for Minnesota, and Chicago Tribune's Teddy Greenstein believes it's all a change for the better.
A list of five Big Ten freshmen to watch from Fox Sports.
Iowa could be going with a two-quarterback attack this fall with Jake Ruddock and C.J. Beathard.
Michigan's running backs are in much better shape than last season, although Brady Hoke said he's still uncertain whether sophomore transfer Ty Isaac will be eligible to play.
Defensive line depth worries Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen.
Wideout R.J. Shelton is hoping to parlay his offseason success at Michigan State into a starting spot.
Jordan Westerkamp is becoming more comfortable and confident with his role on Nebraska. Alonzo Moore is from a small town with "a big heart" -- so small, he had never before heard of the Cornhuskers -- and now he's turning his focus on playing time.
Randy Edsall is "not happy" with the play of Maryland wideout Deon Long, and Long knows he needs to perform better. Former Ohio State and Maryland president Brit Kirwan sees Maryland's move to the Big Ten as a step forward.
Penn State RT Andrew Nelson discusses the offensive line and his transition in this Q&A.