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Thursday Morning Brews (7/30/15)

Big Ten teams are still doing some finishing touches on the eve of Media Days.

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Hitting the Links Will Enjoy Media Days

Talking Braxton Miller's Position Change

Nothing entirely new, but all in one place and well-summarized.

Checking In On Michigan's Quarterback Battle

Jim Harbaugh has been impressed with Shane Morris' work ethic, which is good news.

Michigan Defensive Line Preview

Consistency seems to be the theme for some of these guys, but Harbaugh will be able to draw that out.

SEC Has Become A League Of Ridiculous Excuses

Stewart Mandel has some fun ribbing the SEC.

Alabama Out For Stevenson; Visiting Miami

Stevenson would be a great catch for the Huskers; he brings extra doses of speed to the running back position.

Northwestern Adds Miami Transfer

Garrett will be able to bolster a thin receiver corps. He started off as a walk-on at Miami.

Indiana Adds OSU Transfer

Jayme will be able to bolster a thin secondary. He started off as a top-250 recruit, but was either pushed out the door because there wasn't room or transferred because he wanted more playing time.

Michigan State Adds OSU Transfer

Yes, another Ohio State player. Dantonio gets another productive player not on scholarship.

MSU's Preseason Depth Chart Released

Demetrious Cox, who started his career at safety but has also been practicing at corner, will indeed play at cornerback to start the season. This was in the making for a while, based off their struggles to replace Darqueze Dennard and Trae Waynes with someone the staff finds trustworthy.

Four Bold Predictions for Gophers Football

All a good mix of smart and bold, though beating Wisconsin is a tall task indeed.

Previewing Wisconsin's LinebackersCoaching Change

The linebacker position has been transformed under Dave Aranda.

Iowa Considering Stadium Revamp

Alcohol seems to be on the minds of the athletic department.

SB Nation Introduces the Piesman Trophy

Also, the comment section is pretty hilarious and filled with awesome big guy gifs.

Ten Toughest Power 5 Non-Conference Schedules

Michigan makes the cut, obviously. Stanford ranks #1, as they get Notre Dame, Northwestern and UCF.

SB Nation's Oregon Preview

The Pac-12 is improving, and so is the Big Ten. So is the Big 12 and the ACC.

Potential Resolution For Anthony Jennings, Others

LSU does not play opening weekend, then faces McNeese State on September 5. So they still have time - a little extra, in fact - to sort out the off-season issues.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Tom Herman: &quot;It will be the hardest training camp in history of college football. It will be really, really, really, really, REA-LLY hard.&quot;</p>&mdash; Joseph Duarte (@Joseph_Duarte) <a href="">July 29, 2015</a></blockquote>

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