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Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Big Ten lunch links
By Adam Rittenberg
Posted much of the
Penn State commentary
earlier today. Let's check out what's going on around the league.
In case you missed it last night,
USC is courting Penn State
star Silas Redd, colleague Joe Schad reports. A good breakdown of
where Penn State's 2013 recruits currently stand
details on Danny Hope's recent contract extension
at Purdue. Boilers AD
Morgan Burke says Ohio State and Penn State both still will shape
the Leaders division race.
spotlight will be on the scandal-ridden Big Ten
later this week, Lee Barfknecht writes.
If it wasn't obvious already,
Wisconsin is the overwhelming favorite in the Leaders division
. Wisconsin officials
say the Penn State penalties are fair
Penn State coach Bill O'Brien can
learn a lot from Indiana's dark days under NCAA penalties
, Andy Graham writes (subscription required). Indiana
players are starting to get mad
Michigan unveils its special uniforms
for the opener against Bama. Kyle Meinke explores
what the two Michigan suspensions announced Monday mean
Moody's Investors Service says
it might cut Penn State's credit rating
State Farm also pulls its sponsorship
from PSU football.
Ohio State football
fuels success in the school's Olympic sports programs
Big Ten commissioner
Jim Delany doesn't see realignment on the horizon for his league
. Monday was
"not a proud moment for the Big Ten,"
Iowa president Sally Mason said.
Kirk Ferentz touches on a variety of topics in this Q&A
Michigan State and other schools
could start extending their recruiting reach into Pennsylvania
Spartans players tweeted about the Penn State sanctions
The Penn State sanctions
impact four Lions players from Michigan
Illinois coach Tim Beckman
talks with the Daily Illini about the offseason.
A couple of
Northwestern football nuggets
Minnesota has learned some lessons
from the Penn State case. The Gophers
have plenty of competition at receiver
entering the season.
Nebraska is battling Arkansas
for an offensive line recruit