Rush to Excellence.
Kyle Austin profiles Michigan State defensive end Marcus Rush, who is on the way to breaking the Spartans' career starts record. (mLive.com)
Matt Zenitz profiles Spencer Myers, a two-time ACC wrestling champion for Maryland who is trading his singlet in for a set of shoulder pads this fall as defensive end for the Terps' football team. Meyers is planning to wrestle this season as well. (The Baltimore Sun)
Caring is Keppy.
Bobby Metcalf profiles Iowa offensive lineman Mitch Keppy. (The Quad City Times)
Laying it on the line.
Trevor Vallese previews Illinois defensive line for the 2014 football season. (The Champaign Room)
Hey, Mr. DJ put a record on. I want to dance with my baby.
Nebraska is looking for a student to handle DJ duties during the Cornhuskers' football practice. (The Omaha World-Herald)
Husker-Du or Husker-Don't?
Josh Moyer looks at the best and worst-case scenarios for Nebraska in the coming 2014 season. (ESPN)
Penn St. injury report.
Penn State tight end Adam Breneman is out indefinitely due to a knee injury that will most likely require surgery. (PennLive.com)
Ohio State injury report.
Ohio State freshman defensive lineman Dylan Thompson will miss two-to-three months due to a kneecap that was fractured during practice last week. (Eleven Warriors)
Ohio St, injury report 2.
Ohio St. freshman linebacker Kyle Berger has suffered a torn ACL, his second in a twelve-month period. (Eleven Warriors)
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