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Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Big Ten lunch links
By Adam Rittenberg
Tom, we're already late. Now be a man and sit on that girl's lap!
A roundup of
Joe Paterno interview reaction
from around the Web. New Penn State coach
Bill O'Brien secures his first verbal
Michigan, MSU and Nebraska have some tough opponents to navigate
in non-league play next fall, colleague Ryan McGee writes (Insider).
Mickey Marotti is Urban Meyer's most important hire
at Ohio State, Rob Oller writes. Here's
why Meyer kicked DerJuan Gambrell
off the team.
More on Wisconsin's
hiring of receivers coach Zach Azzanni
from Tom Mulhern.
Mike Hlas writes that the A.J. Derby story should
caution Iowa fans from buying into the recruiting hype
. Derby likely is
headed to a juco for 2012
eying a tight end from Hawaii
for its 2012 class. Tom Osborne says
Nebraska should honor former coach Frank Solich
Illinois' new coaching staff
must upgrade special teams
, Loren Tate writes. Linebacker recruit
T.J. Neal is excited to play for Tim Beckman
in Champaign. Illinois fullback Jay Prosch plans
to transfer to be closer to his ailing mother in Alabama
Quarterback Robert Marve's sixth year
makes spring practice at Purdue much more interesting
At least four
Minnesota recruits are enrolling early
, Phil Miller writes.
No decision yet from Kyle Prater, but here's a case for
why he should transfer to Northwestern