Big Ten lunch links
July, 20, 2011
By Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
Getting linky with it.
- Quarterback recruit Skyler Mornhinweg talks about why he chose Penn State. Redemption is a big theme for Stephfon Green and his Lions teammates in 2011, Mark Wogenrich writes in The Morning Call.
- The Big Ten tried to strike a power balance with its division alignment, Scott Dochterman writes in The (Cedar Rapids) Gazette.
- Whoops! Riddell must have thought Oklahoma joined the Big Ten, rather than just Sooners assistant Kevin Wilson. Indiana turns back the clock with its uniforms and helmets, Terry Hutchens writes in the Indianapolis Star.
- Minnesota could be Jerry Kill's toughest rebuilding project, Bill Carey writes. Several posts on Kill and his vision for Minnesota from David Shama.
- New Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison stresses the fundamentals. Quarterback Devin Gardner helps Michigan land a women's basketball recruit, Tim Twentyman writes in The Detroit News.
- Purdue looks for bigger things from DT Kawann Short this fall, Rivals.com's Kyle Charters writes.
- Wisconsin recruits Jake Keefer and Melvin Gordon are excited to be teammates, Tom Mulhern writes in the Wisconsin State Journal.
- Ohio State defensive end Nathan Williams is a player to watch in 2011.
- Nebraska is making safety a priority with its football headgear, Sam McKewon writes in the Lincoln Journal Star.
- Former Illinois All-Big Ten running back Mickey Bates has passed away.
- The Detroit Free Press' Kevin Bull breaks down Michigan State's 2012 commits.