It's lunchtime. And link time.
Penn State defensive coordinator Tom Bradley remains in the mix for two Big East jobs, though he might not be the leading candidate at Pitt any more, Paul Zeise writes in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. A really good take on the Rob Bolden situation at Penn State from the York Daily Record's Frank Bodani.
A good look at the economics surrounding Michigan's coaching search, Mark Snyder writes in the Detroit Free Press. Former Wolverines players want the next coach to better connect with the program's traditions, annarbor.com's Pete Bigelow writes.
The Lansing State Journal's Joe Rexrode looks at how Michigan's coaching change impacts Michigan State.
Expect an official announcement later today, but Indiana offensive coordinator Brent Pease is heading back to Boise State, Justin Albers writes in the Indiana Daily Student.
Illinois' All-Big Ten linebacker Martez Wilson is heading to the NFL draft, colleague Joe Schad reports. Ron Zook's past three years at Illinois mirror the RichRod era at Michigan, but the Zooker could get an extension for his work, Loren Tate writes in The (Champaign) News-Gazette.
Terrelle Pryor's suspension makes Ohio State's starting quarterback spot up for grabs, Ken Gordon writes in The Columbus Dispatch. Quarterback is only one of several hurdles facing the Buckeyes in 2011, Matt Markey writes in The Toledo Blade.
If Les Miles leaves LSU for Michigan, Nebraska fans should start to worry, Steven Sipple writes in the Lincoln Journal Star.
A former Iowa football player is set to begin his trial today on sexual assault charges, Lee Hermiston writes in the Iowa City Press-Citizen.
Although John Clay departs Wisconsin, it's looking more promising that offensive coordinator Paul Chryst remains, Jeff Potrykus writes in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Purdue adds a Pennsylvania linebacker to its 2011 recruiting class, Mike Carmin writes in The (Lafayette) Journal and Courier.
Injuries appear to have ended Scott Concannon's career at Northwestern, Lindsey Willhite writes in the Daily Herald (scroll down).