Big Ten lunch links

May, 22, 2014
May 22
12:00
PM ET
Quiet days of May...
  • Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany and the Pac-12’s Larry Scott discuss the NCAA’s autonomy model for five major conferences.
  • Charting the dream recruits for every Big Ten program in the class of 2015, according to Bleacher Report.
  • Three former Michigan greats are set to receive word on their candidacies for the College Football Hall of Fame. Ex-Illinois stars are waiting, too.
  • A new system allows Nebraska season-ticket holders to pick their seats at Memorial Stadium. Washington receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow is still considering a transfer to Nebraska.
  • Michigan State wants to capitalize on its success to open new doors in recruiting. Ex-Spartan Micajah Reynolds looks to get a shot on defense with the Dolphins.
  • James Franklin touts the Penn State brand.
  • Pondering the quality of Ohio State’s defensive line, which features three possible future first-round NFL picks.
  • Fifteen observations from a documentary on Rutgers’ spring practice.
  • Wisconsin lands a defensive line recruit from a high school that produced two NFL draft picks this month at the same group of positions.

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