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9-4, 2nd in Big Ten - West
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1dJesse Temple

Biggest strengths of teams in Big Ten West

From Iowa's running game to Wisconsin's linebackers, we examine the biggest strengths of each team in the Big Ten West division.

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Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

Cornerback Olaijah Griffin is the nation's No. 130 overall prospect with offers from Michigan, Nebraska, Oregon, Texas A&M, UCLA and USC. The Trojans could be tough to beat for Griffin, whose father is rapper Warren G.

Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

At the Los Angeles Under Armour Camp, ESPN 300 prospect Adrian Jackson is going through warmups. Jackson holds offers from Nebraska, Ohio State, Oregon, USC, Washington and others, as Colorado hopes to keep the top-ranked player in the state at home.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Comments from Mike Riley and Bob Elliott on Nebraska's hire, made official today, of Elliott as the Cornhuskers' safeties coach. Elliott coached at Notre Dame with Nebraska defensive coordinator Bob Diaco in 2012 and 2013.

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11dMitch Sherman

No more Mr. Nice Guy for Nebraska's Mike Riley

An edgier Mike Riley? The Nebraska coach made some difficult staff moves and the Huskers' fortunes could ride on Riley's ability to embrace change.

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15dGerry Hamilton

No. 28 Woodbey commits to Ohio State for '18

Ohio State on Monday gained the commitment of Jaiden Woodbey, the No. 3-ranked athlete in the Class of 2018 and No. 28 overall, less than a week after the Class of 2017 signing day.

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20dESPN RecruitingNation

Grading the 2017 Big Ten recruiting classes

Ohio State and Michigan grabbed the headlines, but don't ignore what Penn State, Maryland -- Maryland! -- and Nebraska did on national signing day as the Big Ten flexed its recruiting muscles.

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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Former LSU coach Les Miles talks about his son, Ben, signing with Nebraska.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Nebraska coach Mike Riley on the heavy California influence in the Huskers' Class of 2017, headlined by early enrollees QB Tristan Gebbia and WR Keyshawn Johnson Jr.: "We hit those spots that I think are going to be our identity." Of the Johnson, whose commitment generated considerable momentum, Riley said, "Keyshawn Jr. is somewhat of a magnet."

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Riley is set to address the media in minutes at Nebraska after a final push that produced mixed results here. The Cornhuskers landed ESPN 300 CB Elijah Blades over Florida but lost athletes Greg Johnson (to USC) and Michael Onyemaobi (to TCU) in addition to receivers Jamire Calvin (to Washington State) and Joseph Lewis (to USC).

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Nebraska lands a huge late commitment from ESPN 300 defensive back Elijah Blades. The No. 265 ranked prospect was committed to Florida at one point, and committed to Nebraska over Florida, Oregon and USC.

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Watch: Greg Johnson to make college decision

The 5-foot-10, 183-pounder from Los Angeles is the No. 7 athlete in the Class of 2017. He will choose from USC, Nebraska and Oregon at 4:15 p.m. ET. Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN

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Damion Daniels (No. 21 DT) announced his commitment to Nebraska. Daniels is the Cornhuskers' third recruit from Texas in this class (none in the class of 2016). He is the third four-star defensive line recruit in Nebraska's 2017 class (No. 2 DT, Deontre Thomas).

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No. 21 DT Daniels feels Nebraska will take him to next level (2:09)
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Chevin Calloway to make college choice

The 5-foot-10, 180-pounder from Bishop Dunne Catholic School in Dallas is the 11th-ranked cornerback in the country. He'll choose from Arkansas, Nebraska, Ole Miss and Texas at 11:30 a.m. ET. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

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