The loss of Jordan Lynch and an injury to Cameron Stingily means the Huskies will have new faces on offense this season. But thanks to an experienced offensive line, it won't be all newbies.
Even without Jordan Lynch under center the expectations for Rod Carey and Northern Illinois continue to increase. But for the head coach, that's both fun and exciting for "geeks" like himself.
Comcast SportsNet will air four Illinois State games football this season, and if AD Larry Lyons' comments are any indication that could include some impressive Missouri Valley action.
1wThe two-quarterback system at Northwestern had its positives, but players on this year's group of Wildcats seem pumped to be dealing with one quarterback in Trevor Siemian rather than dealing with two different voices in the huddle.
1wMichigan hasn't been playing for national titles, but does that put Brady Hoke on the hot seat? Michigan athletics director Dave Brandon doesn't think so, calling talk about Hoke's job security "nonsense."
1wPenn State head coach James Franklin has a lot of people excited about the future, but what about the present? Are current players buying what Franklin is selling as easily as high school recruits?
1wThe Terps will take on a tournament team when they meet Arizona State to kick off the Hall of Fame Classic in Kansas City this fall. A win nets them a date with either Iowa State or Alabama.
1wThe Hawkeyes could land some impressive early season victories during the 2K Classic, which features a showdown with Texas and a potential matchup with perennial powerhouse Syracuse.
1wPurdue is going to have to go all the way to Hawaii to see a familiar face. The Boilermakers will take on Bruce Weber's Kansas State Wildcats in the first game of the Maui Invitational this fall.
1wGary Nova struggled enough last season to earn a benching for the final three games of the season. But just six days into camp, Rutgers head coach Kyle Flood named Nova the Scarlet Knights' starting QB.