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Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Big Ten lunchtime links
By Brian Bennett
Shut up and play the hits.
Bob Flounders says it's likely that the NCAA
will do something harsh
to Penn State. Writers
debate what should be done
to the school in the New York Times. There
are no easy answers
here, Mike Kern writes. An advocacy group says Nittany Lions players should be able to
transfer without penalty
Iowa running back Marcus Binns was
cited for shoplifting
, but Kirk Ferentz said Binns is already off the team. Despite being undersized and not playing football for all that long, Christian Kirksey
led the Hawkeyes in tackles
a year ago.
Michigan quarterback recruit Shane Morris
continues to challenge himself
this summer. The Wolverines are
planning an electronic marquee
near the stadium.
Central Michigan is
adding seats to its stadium
in preparation for Michigan State's visit. Cancer survivor Arthur Ray Jr.
wants to keep playing
for the Spartans and says he deserves more than six years from the NCAA.
settled on Minnesota
after getting his home life settled. Excellent feature on the incoming freshman by Phil Miller.
Little-used cornerback Sean Collins
was dismissed from Purdue
after his arrest.
offers 10 reasons why
Indiana should be excited this year. The BTN guys debate the idea of a
nine-game conference schedule
The O-Zone looks at how Ohio State
might run the "counter trey."
Black Shoe Diaries puts
Illinois under the microscope
Andy Staples does a
hypothetical college football mock draft
, and Wisconsin's Montee Ball is the first Big Ten player selected.
Former Nebraska star Prince Amukamara
handed out cleats and other equipment
to the Lincoln High School team.
A SoCal linebacker
committed to Northwestern