Penn State's Saquon Barkley is the top returning running back in the Big Ten, but another team lays claim to the top running game.
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Florida State vs. Alabama, and Michigan at Florida are among the marquee matchups slated to air on the ESPN family of networks during Week 1 of the 2017-18 college football season.
Penn State will have one of the league's best passing attacks thanks to receiving depth and talent, but there are a couple of surprise teams to watch.
Most of the league's top teams return starters under center this fall, but who has the top overall group at quarterback?
Six Big Ten teams are in the top 20 of the 2018 recruiting class rankings, and a big reason is the infusion of youth in the assistant coaching ranks.
Barring some type of major problem, QB Trace McSorley should end his second season as a starter at Penn State as the program's all-time leader in passing touchdowns.
Big Ten coaches often have to see players they almost landed in recruiting going against them each year when playing for a conference rival.
Michigan's Donovan Peoples-Jones looks ready to make an instant impact, but he's not the only one, as the Big Ten's incoming freshman class is strong.
Jerry Sandusky wants a new trial, saying his former lawyers didn't properly represent him in 2012 and a victim's memories of abuse have changed.
Things have been looking up for the Buckeyes since their embarrassing loss in the Fiesta Bowl, but the top-heavy East won't be a cakewalk.
The Nittany Lions have Heisman candidates in RB Saquon Barkley and QB Trace McSorley and have momentum heading into 2017.
These five players may not be swimming in personal awards at the end of the season, but their teams' success will depend on them being in the lineup.
Penn State kicker Joey Julius is back in treatment for an eating disorder.
Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer
New Bucs wide receiver Chris Godwin was thrilled to get some one-on-one lessons with Calvin Johnson this spring. "For him to work with me was awesome."
Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer
Former Penn State assistant coach Jay Paterno, the son of legendary Nittany Lions coach Joe Paterno, was elected to the university's Board of Trustees on Friday. Jay Paterno, who coached at Penn State from 1995 to 2011 and also played quarterback there from 1986-90, was the top vote getter among three alumni trustees elected to three-year terms. There are nine alumni among the 36 voting trustees.
Former Penn State assistant coach Jay Paterno, the son of longtime Nittany Lions football coach Joe Paterno, has been elected to serve on the university's board of trustees.