For lunch: codfish, Heinz beans and links. With a Shirley Temple, since we're tapering.
The Michigan State defense is really good -- maybe even national championship good, Matt Charboneau writes. New Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins has been working with a neuropsychologist to try and gain a competitive mental edge.
Nebraska running back Aaron Green is transferring, with an eye on getting closer to his San Antonio home.
Tim May and Bill Rabinowitz review Ohio State's spring.
Rob Henry is determined to get stronger and get back into the thick of the Purdue quarterback competition.
New Minnesota AD Norwood Teague has had success at fundraising, something he'll need to repeat with the Gophers.
Northwestern's Drake Dunsmore and Jeremy Ebert got picked in the last round, and Dunsmore might reunite with Dan Persa in Tampa Bay.
Indiana offensive tackle Andrew McDonald is hoping to catch on as an NFL free agent.
A few undrafted Michigan players, including Ryan Van Bergen and Troy Woolfolk, landed free-agent deals.
Illinois' draft success made Ron Zook smile.
Lee Barfknecht breaks down the Leaders Division following spring practice.