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Dienhart: Defense key for Indiana in spring

Kevin Wilson

2014 Signing Day - Indiana DC Brian Knorr

It has been slow, steady growth for Indiana under Kevin Wilson. And, that’s good. Progress is being made as the Hoosiers inch closer to their first bowl since the 2007 season.

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Four B1G players make McShay's NFL Mock Draft

Taylor Lewan

Ra'Shede Hageman Combine Interview

With college football pro days in full swing across Big Ten universities, that can only mean one thing: The NFL Draft is fast approaching. ESPN’s Todd McShay recently released his updated 2014 NFL Mock Draft 3.0, which features four Big Ten standouts in the first round.

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Dienhart: Purdue has plenty of questions this spring

Darrell Hazell

2014 Signing Day - Purdue

There is just no sugarcoating it: Darrell Hazell’s debut was brutal. How brutal? The 1-11 season arguably was the worst in Purdue history. And the one win came vs. a FCS foe that went—you guessed it—1-11. There was very little that this team did well last season during a winless Big Ten campaign in which blowouts were the norm. Perhaps this summarizes things best: The best player on the team was the punter.

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Video: Gerry DiNardo sits down with Doug Nussmeier

Doug Nussmeier

Gerry DiNardo Conversation with Doug Nussmeier

Doug Nussmeier spent the last two seasons as the Alabama offensive coordinator. What drew him to Michigan, to replace the fired Al Borges? Gerry DiNardo sat down with the freshly minted Michigan play-caller to get that answer and so much more. He even quizzed Nussmeier on who the Wolverines play in the final week every season. Hint: Brady Hoke would be very happy with Nussmeier’s response.

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Dienhart: Watch QB & defense at Illinois this spring

Tim Beckman

2014 Signing Day - Illinois

Year Three of the Tim Beckman era is about to dawn. And the picture in Champaign is still fuzzy. Is Illinois a program on the rise? The good news: Illinois ended a dubious 20-game Big Ten losing streak last season. The bad news: Progress has made glacial tangible progress under Beckman, who is 6-18 overall in two years and 1-15 in the Big Ten.

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