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Thursday, December 15, 2011
Big Ten lunchtime links
By Brian Bennett
It's time to play the music, it's time to link the links ...
Jerry Kill is patching some holes at Minnesota with
. A look at where the
Gophers' recruiting stands
Big Ten teams don't need
to be scared of Urban Meyer
, Jamie Samuelsen writes. Meyer could wind up with
a top-10 recruiting class
in his first signing day at Ohio State.
David Molk has kept alive the tradition of
Michigan All-America centers
. Greg Mattison is
proud of the Wolverines' defense
Vic Koenning won't be easy for
Illinois to replace
, Loren Tate writes.
Morgan Burke and Danny Hope will
talk about a new contract
for the Purdue coach soon, and Burke gave some thoughts about the state of the Boilers program.
reflects on his year
as Nebraska offensive coordinator. Beck and Taylor Martinez are still working on the
quarterback's throwing mechanics
Dan Persa, who apparently is a very good dancer, is looking to end his Northwestern career
on a high note
Penn State players have
endured some hard times
in the past month. The Nittany Lions' recruiting class has taken
quite a few hits
and two first-teamers on offense. Montee Ball and Peter Konz are
weighing their draft options
"Win Today" might not have been
the most appropriate motto
for Indiana football in 2011, but athletic director Fred Glass doesn't regret it.
Iowa picked up
a Texas safety
on the recruiting trail. The Hawkeyes
did some lobbying
with the Insight Bowl before being selected.
Mark Hollis is
Michigan State's bold visionary
as athletic director.
Five things the Spartans need
for their Outback Bowl matchup against Georgia.