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Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Big Ten lunchtime links
By Brian Bennett
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assault investigation preceded
Marcus Coker's suspension and eventual departure from Iowa. The
"next man in" philosophy
will be severely tested with the Hawkeyes' incredibly shrinking backfield.
New Penn State coach Bill O'Brien could learn a few lessons from
Indiana basketball coach Tom Crean
. Some Penn State alumni are
pushing for changes
on the board of trustees. PSU president Rodney Erickson talks about
the school's future
Bret Bielema says his new offensive coordinator must fit the
team's style of play
. A Wisconsin all-state defensive end will
walk on to the Badgers
BCS commissioners, including Jim Delany, say they're more open to the idea of a
college football playoff
Northwestern is in play for former USC receiver and one-time
blue-chip recruit Kyle Prater
Indiana picked up a
running back from Illinois
who had offers from bigger programs (subscription required).
Michigan is looking forward to its
matchup with the defending champs
to open next season. Former Wolverines recruit Demar Dorsey
faces another obstacle
What would have happened if
Nick Saban stayed at Michigan State
a little longer?
Many schools in the Big Ten
use recruiting services
, but how useful are they?
Former Big Ten commissioner Wayne Duke was
hurt in a car crash
An Ohio State associate athletic director
died of a heart attack
in his office.