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Friday, December 14, 2012
Big Ten lunchtime links
By Brian Bennett
Commence the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl tailgating.
A weak Big Ten
won't hurt Ohio State's national title hopes next season, Bob Hunter writes. A street in Columbus is now being called "
." Maurice Clarett found a way to pop back into the news with a book
excerpt about his lavish lifestyle
with the Buckeyes.
Penn State looks like it will be
shorthanded at quarterback
heading into the spring after Jake Waters chose Kansas State.
Greg Garmon transferring
sends the wrong message
for Iowa, Pat Harty writes. Garmon would have had a lot of
obstacles in front of him
for playing time.
What went right and wrong
for Michigan this season. One thing that really went right for the Wolverines:
Mark Dantonio says Michigan State is
inches away from greatness
. A pair of Spartans recruits are battling for
a Pennsylvania state title
ticket sales are lagging
. Alcohol sales at Gopher games
accounted for $900,000
Losing a grad assistant
won't be the end of the world for Nebraska (and Nebraska might be the only place where fans would worry about that).
Akeem Shavers is hoping to
lead a Purdue ground charge
against Oklahoma State.
Wisconsin offensive coordinator Matt Canada could
join Dave Doeren at NC State
. Badgers players are
dealing with the change
Looking back on the career of George Taliaferro,
a Hoosier and a humanitarian
The Big Ten
can't get embarrassed again
in postseason play.