Big Ten lunch links
July, 6, 2012
By Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
Anyone else itching for football weather? Can't stand this heat.
- Rob Oller wonders whether Urban Meyer is the man to finally produce NFL quarterbacks at Ohio State.
- Penn State shouldn't worry about Pitt and instead try to play West Virginia more often, Guy Cipriano writes. The Maize n Brew and Black Shoe Diary guys examine Penn State in 2012.
- Michigan State commit Damion Terry has become a major asset for Spartans' recruiting. Here are two players the Spartans would love to sign in February.
- Michigan's Brady Hoke says Year 2 at a job can be the toughest and cautions against expectations. Receiver recruit Corey Holmes is thrilled with Michigan's scholarship offer, but the 2014 prospect will wait to make a decision.
- Athlon ranks the Big Ten wide receiver groups entering 2012, with Nebraska and Northwestern on top.
- Several Big Ten bloggers weigh in on who will win the league this season.
- Nebraska recruit Christian Lacouture is excited to see how he measures up at The Opening.
- A closer look at Iowa safety Nico Law. A Q&A with Iowa athletic director Gary Barta.
- Recruit Mikey Dudek impressed Illinois' coaches with his speed at a recent camp.
- Former Indiana star Antwaan Randle El will announce his retirement from the NFL next week.
BIG TEN SCOREBOARD
Final West Virginia 40 Maryland 37 Final Indiana 42 Bowling Green 45 Final Kent State 0 22 Ohio State 66 Final Miami (OH) 10 Michigan 34 Final Iowa State 20 Iowa 17 Final Minnesota 7 TCU 30 Final Illinois 19 Washington 44 Final Purdue 14 11 Notre Dame 30 Final Penn State 13 Rutgers 10 Final Nebraska 55 Fresno State 19