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Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Big Ten lunchtime links
By Brian Bennett
Hump day linkage:
Michigan AD Dave Brandon not only doesn't favor using campus sites for semifinal games, he doesn't think they should
be played in the Midwest anywhere
, not even indoors. Huh?
Pat Harty argues that the Big Ten
should go to geographical divisions
to avoid some of the gaps between rivals on the schedule. Dallas Clark might
be the best story
of the Kirk Ferentz era.
Bruce Feldman has an excellent story about
how two dirty plays don't define
Michigan State's William Gholston.
Steven M. Sipple looks at some of the candidates to
eventually replace Tom Osborne
, including recent hire (and former Huskers player) Jamie Williams. Nebraska picked up its first
offensive lineman in the Class of 2013
Joe Paterno earned a state
pension of more than $13 million
during his 61 years at Penn State. A look at
four big recruiting targets
for the Nittany Lions this summer. Rob Bolden
is staying put
got a $2 million donation
that could go toward some improvements at Ross-Ade Stadium (but not lights).
Tom Dienhart breaks down
the best of Week 2
in the 2012 Big Ten season.
Minnesota's Jerry Kill
shared some optimism
at a Rotary Club event.
planned SEC Network
could eclipse the revenues of the Big Ten's similar venture.
Gene Smith says Ohio State's athletic department is
in its "glory years
Stewart Mandel talks realignment and playoff possibilities
in his SI.com mailbag