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Michigan can't run the ball against the big boys, Penn State can't convert on third down and Ohio State can't go deep. A look at B1G East weaknesses.
Oklahoma State's Mike Gundy started it, but James Franklin and the PSU coaching staff had the final word (and tweet) when they slipped into spandex.
From Michigan's QB situation to Ohio State's pass rush, we examine the biggest strengths of each team in the Big Ten East.
Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer
Cornerback Isaac Taylor-Stuart owns one of the most impressive offer lists in California, with Alabama, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oregon, Penn State, UCLA, USC and other chasing. The nation's No. 108 overall prospect mentioned USC and Washington as two of the schools standing out early.
Jerry Sandusky's adult son won't be in court next week for a hearing on accusations he pressured a teen girl for naked photos and asked her teen sister to perform a sex act.
Three former Penn State officials are wanting to pursue an appeal before their criminal trial on child endangerment charges.
A Week 2 rematch with Pitt provides Trace McSorley and Co. their first real chance to keep momentum rolling after a strong 2016.
More than five years after former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky was arrested, one of his adult sons faces multiple charges of sexual offenses involving children.
Alabama is nowhere to be found with its 2018 class, but other schools, headlined by Penn State, Florida State and Kansas, yes that Kansas, are racking up 2018 recruits.
Paul Biancardi and Matt Schick discuss Steve Alford's recruiting success and UCLA's future. Plus, Gerry Hamilton talks Penn State and Kansas recruiting strides in football.
Defensive back Lamont Wade doesn't have imposing size, but the four-star prospect's athleticism and instincts could help him play immediately.
Penn State is fighting back against a verdict that awarded one of its former assistant football coaches millions of dollars for his treatment after Jerry Sandusky's arrest for child molestation.
Because of geography and timing, changes to rules regarding recruiting visits could benefit the Big Ten more than any other conference.
Once again, Washington will refrain from much heavy lifting in its nonconference schedule. The Huskies headline the teams who are keeping it light out of conference play in 2017.
Eight of the Big Ten's top 10 pass-catchers from 2016 have moved on, so the field is wide open for new stars to emerge.
Penn State's Saquon Barkley and Northwestern's Justin Jackson head a talented group of running backs returning to the Big Ten.
Trace McSorley and J.T. Barrett are at the head of the class of Big Ten QBs, with Wilton Speight and Clayton Thorson leading the next tier.
Ohio State stays on top after signing a star-studded class ranked No. 2 in the country and an especially good haul in the defensive backfield.
Penn State is flexing its national recruiting muscles in the 2018 class in a big way, coming off the Big Ten championship and a win over Ohio State.
Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer
Penn State landed ESPN Jr 300 running back Ricky Slade and linebacker Jesse Luketa on Friday. The Nittany Lions now have 10 commitments in the 2018 class. Among those 10 commits, eight are ESPN Jr 300 prospects, three are ranked in the top-30 and two are ranked in the top-10.
With another impressive recruiting class, Penn State keeps on winning. The buzz and excitement around the program is obvious to coach James Franklin.
Maryland became the first Big Ten school other than Ohio State, Michigan or Penn State to sign more than five ESPN 300 recruits.
USC had the strongest signing day. Urban Meyer inked his best class. Florida State grabbed the best available player. But Bama remains No. 1 in the second edition of the Way-Too-Early Top 25.