Big Ten lunch links
April, 16, 2014
By Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
Is this heaven? Nope, still Iowa. But happy to be back.
- One Michigan State receiver is suspended for the spring, while two others are stepping up in his place. Spartans' DL Lawrence Thomas might finally approach his potential this year.
- Rutgers coach Kyle Flood is only comfortable with the depth on one of the team's two lines.
- An excellent look at Minnesota QBs coach Jim Zebrowski.
- A closer look at Purdue's proposed renovations in the south end of Ross-Ade Stadium.
- Iowa DT Carl Davis is simply indispensable. Hawkeye fans likely must wait until next week to see a prime-time game.
- James Franklin has quickly put Penn State atop the recruiting period, but can PSU stay there?
- A good breakdown of Ohio State's new-look defense. There's still a chance the Buckeyes play Michigan State at night on Nov. 8.
- Kain Colter's pro day at Northwestern is closed to the media. Northwestern's recruiting surge continues with two more commitments.
- Jake Cotton and Alex Lewis solidify the left side of Nebraska's offensive line.
- Sporting News ranks the Big Ten coaches. A look around the Big Ten West Division.
- Wrapping up Indiana's spring practice.
- Brady Hoke says Michigan's offensive line is better than it looked in the spring game.
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