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Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Big Ten lunchtime links
By Brian Bennett
I wasn't going to do these links, but then Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce sent Joan over to convince me.
The Big Ten and SEC are
closer than they may realize
to agreeing on a playoff format, Graham Couch writes. A playoff
won't be a panacea
, Mark Bradley writes.
One year later, Jim Tressel says
he has no regrets
over his forced exit at Ohio State. Troy Smith is looking to
revive his pro career
Michigan recruit Jehu Chesson answered
some questions about his speed
with his track performance. A couple of incoming freshman may have a chance to make an impact on
the Wolverines' offensive line
. Logan Tuley-Tillman says the
death threats he received
after burning an Ohio State recruiting mailing were "just sick."
A strong core of
Joe Paterno's Old Guard
remains in place at Penn State. Nittany Lions athletic director Dave Joyner should be
measured against Michigan State's Mark Hollis
, David Jones writes.
Marc Morehouse takes a closer look at Iowa
defensive tackle Jaleel Johnson
78-yard touchdown catch
is remembered in the Nebraska scoring countdown. June is a
big month for recruiting
for the Huskers.
Purdue's director of player personnel left after one season for
a similar post at Alabama
summer will be key
for Illinois to catch on to its new offensive system.
Maize N Brew
previews Northwestern's 2012 season
Bucky's 5th Quarter says
David Gilbert is vitally important