A quick programming note: posting likely will be lighter today and Tuesday as I prepare a comprehensive review of spring football in the Big Ten, which will appear Wednesday on the blog. Of course, I'll post any Big Ten news here as soon as it breaks. That is all.
Ohio State safety Tyler Moeller expects to be fully cleared to hit in August, and when it happens, look out, Tim May writes in The Columbus Dispatch. Jim Tressel wants the Ohio state high school championship game at The Shoe, while Canton officials will fight to keep it, Todd Porter writes in the Canton Repository.
Michigan's make-or-break game in 2010 comes against its in-state rival, Angelique Chengelis writes in The Detroit News. Spring ball went as planned for Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson, Mark Synder writes in the Detroit Free Press.
Wisconsin head coach Bret Bielema and his staff now get richer if they take the Badgers bowling, Jennifer Zettel writes in The Badger Herald.
After spending time at several positions, John Stipek has found a home as Michigan State's starting center, David Goricki writes in The Detroit News. Michigan State will capitalize on a favorable schedule and go 9-3 this fall, Tim Staudt writes in the Lansing State Journal.
Spring ball is done at Illinois, but the hard work is just starting for Illini players, Bob Asmussen writes in The (Champaign) News-Gazette.
Former Purdue defensive tackle Mike Neal is freaking strong, Lori Nickel writes in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Iowa honors longtime assistant athletic trainer John Streif, Rick Brown writes in the Des Moines Register.