Since there are so many links, I've broken this up into two categories for you.
BIG TEN NEWS
The Chicago Tribune's Teddy Greenstein recaps Day 1.
Commissioner Jim Delany showed Monday why he's the man in charge, Curt McKeever writes in the Lincoln Journal Star.
A look at how Big Ten teams and Nebraska have fared since 1993, the starting point for determining competitive balance in the divisions, Rich Exner writes in The Cleveland Plain Dealer.
More Day 1 highlights from AOL FanHouse's John Walters.
Change is in the air for the Big Ten, but its brand name remains rock solid, Scott Dochterman writes in The (Cedar Rapids) Gazette.
Indianapolis will know soon if it lands the first Big Ten football championship game, Jeff Rabjohns writes in The Indianapolis Star.
A nine-game conference schedule is coming, but Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema doesn't like it, Tom Mulhern writes in the Wisconsin State Journal.
Indiana's athletic director gives Bill Lynch a vote of confidence, LaMond Pope writes in The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.
Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz sounds off on upcoming suspensions, the health of defensive coordinator Norm Parker and more, Marc Morehouse writes in The (Cedar Rapids) Gazette.
The academic status of Michigan running back Michael Shaw remains unsettled as camp gets closer, Mark Snyder writes in the Detroit Free Press. The Wolverines' quarterback race is wide open, annarbor.com's Michael Rothstein writes.
Good news for Michigan State, as promising young offensive lineman Henry Conway is good to go, Joe Rexrode writes in the Detroit Free Press.
Not-so good news for Purdue, as defensive tackle Kevin Pamphile is out until at least early October, Mike Carmin writes in The (Lafayette) Journal and Courier.
Illinois' grand experiment might just work out in the end, Mark Tupper writes in The (Decatur) Herald & Review.
Northwestern knows the run game must improve in 2010, ESPNChicago.com's Scott Powers writes.
Wisconsin's already-stacked offensive line will have Peter Konz at its disposal when practice begins, Jeff Potrykus writes in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. More good news, as backup quarterback Curt Phillips (torn ACL) could be on the field by October, Mulhern writes.