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Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Big Ten lunch links
By Adam Rittenberg
Snow around Big Ten country, and two more spring practices (Ohio State and Illinois) kick off.
To the links ...
Michigan State's new offensive playcaller
-- Dave Warner. The staff
shakeup has Mark Dantonio's fingerprints
all over it, Graham Couch writes. Dantonio sees
defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi as his potential successor
Ohio State's offense has the groundwork in place
for big things in 2013. Top recruits are on their way, but the Buckeyes are focused on
who they have on the field this spring
Recruit Drake Harris, who verbally committed to Michigan State before opening his recruitment, has been
spending a lot of time in Ann Arbor
Michigan assistant Roy Manning
brings a lot of energy to the field.
Depth continues to be an issue for Illinois
as spring practice kicks off.
hits the reset button
Gary Andersen accepts the blame
for an assistant's recent departure. Check out
everything Andersen had to say
Scholarship restrictions have
Penn State looking for versatility
on the recruiting trail. A look at
potential Penn State opponents for a game in Ireland
. Former PSU defensive lineman
Shawn Oakman finally gets his chance at Baylor
Bill O'Brien sits down
looks back at the Iowa-Illinois rivalry
and an ugly scene in 1952.
David Santos hopes to carry on
Will Compton's message. John Garrison
defends fellow Huskers assistant Barney Cotton
. Notes from
Monday's practice in Lincoln
A good breakdown of
Northwestern's offensive line situation
create their own version of Hoosier Hysteria
, Andy Graham writes (subscription required). The Hoosiers
add a big piece
to their 2013 recruiting class.
Notes from Minnesota's pro day
Not a football line per se, but ESPNW checks in with
Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany