Big Ten lunch links
June, 6, 2012
By Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
Happy hump day. Time to ingest your links.
- Penn State starting quarterback Matthew McGloin called the team's former QB rotation "a killer." The jury in the Jerry Sandusky trial not surprisingly has ties to Penn State, Dan Wetzel writes. Some good takes on Penn State's depth chart here and here.
- Some interesting comments from Nebraska AD Tom Osborne, who said he called Joe Paterno in 1994 to discuss a neutral-site game for the unofficial national title. Nebraska walk-on Sam Foltz will do double duty (wide receiver/punter).
- A really interesting take from Eleven Warriors on how Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany (and the Pac-12) could be lapping the field.
- Not surprisingly, the Rose Bowl also supports a plus-one model, as unrealistic as it may be.
- Michigan State quarterback Andrew Maxwell is healthy and leading offseason workouts. The new Spartan Stadium scoreboard will be big -- really, really big.
- BTN.com's Tom Dienhart checks in with Minnesota offensive coordinator Matt Limegrover.
- Michigan AD Dave Brandon talks about how he has restructured the athletic department.
- A closer look at Iowa offensive tackle Andrew Donnal.
- Illinois is eyeing several recruits from a Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., high school.
- Purdue RB Ralph Bolden is expected to plead guilty to public intoxication later this month. Maize 'n Brew takes a closer look at Purdue's 2012 recruiting class.
- An interesting take on the "smash" element of Urban Meyer's offense at Ohio State.