Big Ten lunch links
June, 17, 2014
By Josh Moyer | ESPN.com
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- Jim Delany told CBS Sports that NCAA enforcement is overmatched and there's a need for change "because nobody is comfortable with some of the tactics, aggressive tactics."
- Maryland coach Randy Edsall doesn't seem concerned about the words of James Franklin, or any other coach for that matter, and said Monday that, "Talk is cheap."
- Nebraska's 1995 team is the greatest of all-time, according to NFL.com. And the pro football website also lists four B1G players as Heisman candidates.
- Mark Dantonio has some holes to fill and starters to replace from last season, but he's confident Michigan State will be just fine in time for the opener.
- A lot of hype will be following Jabrill Peppers when he reports to Michigan this weekend, and Brady Hoke stressed letting the rookie simply be a freshman.
- Rutgers' CB Ian Thomas has left the team -- for the second time in eight months. 2015 OT Manny Taylor is more known for basketball, but committed to the Knights' football team recently.
- Replacing Illinois' Nathan Scheelhaase at quarterback could prove more problematic than some anticipate.
- BTN's Tom Dienhart takes a look at the top conference matchup in Week 12.
- Purdue tailback Raheem Mostert was named one of Purdue's athletes of the year.
- Penn State players send their well wishes to longtime equipment manager Brad "Spider" Caldwell, who's leaving the university after 31 years.
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