- Adam Rittenberg, ESPN Staff Writer
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If you're yearning for even more Big Ten media days coverage and the like, here ya go ...
It was a wild Wednesday for Penn State coach Bill O'Brien before Big Ten media days.
Several Penn State players have contacted Illinois about joining the Illini.
Iowa also is among the teams expressing interest in Penn State's players.
Michigan State picks up its 11th verbal commit for the 2013 class. Some key questions facing the Spartans at B1G media days.
Coach Pat Fitzgerald expects to have a "hungry" Northwestern team in 2012.
Penn State players have opportunity, not oppression, ahead of them, George Diaz writes. Each Lions player must choose his own path, Andy Staples writes. A group of Lions players deserves praise for its loyalty, Gregg Doyel writes. Pat Harty is glad Penn State players don't have to deal with scrutiny in Chicago.
Recruit Ross Douglas, who recently switched his pledge from Penn State to Michigan, knows he'll face competition with the Wolverines.
Nebraska appears to be more in the backdrop at Big Ten media days, Brian Christopherson writes.
Penn State's trustees are moving forward despite some anger about the way sanctions were accepted. Former Penn State president Graham Spanier lands a job with -- get this -- the federal government.