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Monday, July 16, 2012
Big Ten lunchtime links
By Brian Bennett
I can foresee a lot of possible outcomes to this thing, and not a single one of them involves "Miller Time."
The Paterno family
plans its own review
of the Freeh Group's findings. Bill O'Brien
has been "a rock"
for the current Penn State players. The Nittany Lions
deserve NCAA sanctions
, Phil Sheridan writes.
Media members got an
inside look at officiating policies
during a summit put on by the Big Ten and two other leagues.
The dissolution of the Big Ten-Pac 12 alliance won't change
Michigan's future scheduling plans
. Big Ten
scheduling is at Ground Zero
, Jim Delany tells the Chicago Tribune.
Illinois commit Bryce Douglas is following in his father's footsteps and
living out his Illini dream
The Iowa Supreme Court ruled that the University of Iowa does
not have to turn over records
related to a 2007 sexual assault investigation involving football players. Dominic Alvis
will be a key player
on the Hawkeyes' defensive line.
Minnesota AD Norwood Teague answers some questions after
his first month on the job
An early preview of Michigan State's
Big Ten opener against Ohio State
The Penn State scandal should
serve as a warning sign
for mentoring programs, such as the one founded by the Osborne family, Lee Barfknecht writes. Former Husker Ricky Simmons has
gotten his life back on track
after some tough times.
Purdue hired a
new director of player personnel
who will oversee the team's recruiting efforts.
Wisconsin strength coach Ben Herbert talks about the team
moving into a new weight room
. Badgers coaches earned
more than $1 million in bonuses