Big Ten lunch links
May, 29, 2014
By Josh Moyer | ESPN.com
The SEC thinks James Franklin's recruiting practices are unfair? "Modern Family" sums up the issue well.
- CBS' Jerry Palm breaks down the B1G schedules and, using last year's data, one table says Ohio State has it hardest while Iowa has it the easiest. BTN's Tom Dienhart also offers his take on the schedules.
- Former Penn State player Antonio Logan-El is finding peace as an openly gay man.
- Northwestern might still not know where its potential unionizing stands when practice starts up again this summer.
- Three Iowa players, including tailback Barkley Hill, will not play for the Hawkeyes this fall. Hill has transferred to Northern Iowa.
- Michigan TE Jake Butt is making progress after his ACL tear and is running just three months after surgery.
- Ohio State matches Michigan -- when it comes to typos -- in recruiting ESPN 300 tailback Mike Weber.
- Nebraska players will help put on youth camps this summer, thanks to a change by the NCAA, and the players will even be compensated for their time.
- Maryland recently received a commitment from three-star OL Ellis McKennie.
- A look back at Rutgers' 2012 recruiting class and what it's done so far.
- Some recruiting nuggets on Wisconsin, including a key visit and four new scholarship offers.
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