Big Ten's lunch links
May, 19, 2014
By Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
Seven more to go and Stanley sticks around for another year.
- The Big Ten remains king of college sports -- at least in revenue. ICYMI, an excellent look by Scott Dochterman at the unsold Big Ten bowl tickets and what they cost.
- The always-inspirational Eric LeGrand inspires graduates at Rutgers' commencement.
- Penn State early enrollee De'Andre Thompkins wasted no time in making his mark. James Franklin wants to see facilities upgrades at PSU.
- The victim in the assault allegedly involving Philip Nelson is on life support. A closer look at Nelson's sudden fall.
- Illinois' quarterbacks will mix fun and work this summer. USC transfer Ty Isaac is an intriguing option for the Illini.
- Like many of us, Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio was shocked to see only one Spartan drafted this year.
- Nebraska fans should appreciate the security the Big Ten provides, Lee Barfknecht writes.
- Charles Woodson expects big things from incoming Michigan CB Jabrill Peppers.
- Ohio State players can go chase waterfalls in their new locker room.
- A good look at the draft-day experience for Maryland CB Dexter McDougle.
- Tom Dienhart writes the Big Ten should stop playing Notre Dame altogether.
- Michigan State and Michigan don't feel alcohol sales at games are necessary.
- Here are the must-see Big Ten nonconference games.
- Purdue RB Raheem Mostert helps revive the school's track program.
- The "Jump Around" makes its appearance at Wisconsin's graduation ceremony.