Big Ten lunch links

June, 30, 2009

Posted by's Brian Bennett

Greetings, Big Ten fans. I'm filling in for Adam, who thinks that just because he's had eight posts per day for a year that he's entitled to take a week off for his honeymoon. The nerve of some people, right?

• With 10 early commitments, Penn State is off to one its best recruiting starts in years, and maybe ever, Frank Bodani writes in the York Daily Record.

• Michigan, which has lost some ground on in-state recruiting to Michigan State, is trying to regain the upper hand, Josh Hemholdt writes in the Detroit Free Press.

• Angelique S. Chengelis has a Q&A with Rich Rodriguez in the Detroit News.

• Indiana got a commitment from a highly-coveted offensive lineman from Cincinnati who wanted to make an impact somewhere, Terry Hutchens says in the Indianapolis Star.

• The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel's Pete DiPrimio takes a look at the Hoosiers' seven early commitments and the two newest Purdue Boilermakers.

• Retiring Ohio State director of football operations Bob Tucker was Jim Tressel's right-hand man, Ken Gordon writes in the Columbus Dispatch.



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