Big Ten lunch links
June, 23, 2011
By Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
You are the weakest link -- goodbye!
- Recruit Kyle Kalis still could end up as a Buckeye, Ken Gordon writes in The Columbus Dispatch. Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller is among the nation's top impact freshmen, colleague Bruce Feldman writes (Insider).
- Several interesting Northwestern nuggets in this report from the Chicago Tribune's Teddy Greenstein.
- Minnesota adds a commitment to its 2012 class.
- Onward State's Ryan Beckler has an interesting look at the value of Big Ten student football tickets. Wisconsin's single-game tickets are among the cheapest in the league, Andy Baggot writes in the Wisconsin State Journal.
- RichRod dishes on Michigan and his future in a Q&A with Rivals.com's Tom Dienhart. The Wolverines' already impressive 2012 recruiting class could be getting bigger, Jim Russ writes in The Detroit News.
- Iowa video interviews with tackle Markus Zusevics and cornerback Shaun Prater.
- A small number of available scholarships contributed to Nebraska losing an in-state prospect to Iowa, Sam McKewon writes in the Omaha World-Herald.
- Wisconsin's latest recruit has a great name.
- Former Purdue players Keith Smith and Kyle Adams are waiting out the NFL lockout, Mike Carmin writes in The (Lafayette) Journal and Courier. The Boilers add a kicker to their 2012 class.
- Nebraska assistant Ron Brown emphasizes the Husker running back tradition to his players, Brian Christopherson writes in the Lincoln Journal Star.