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Friday, April 12, 2013
Big Ten lunchtime links
By Brian Bennett
Yes, lovemaking and woodworking.
Is there a history of mental illness in your family?
I have an uncle who does yoga.
Cowardice and weak-willed men. And hazelnuts.
What to expect from what should be
a chilly Illinois spring game
tonight. The Illini are trying to
get mentally tough
will be in the spotlight
Indiana's spring practice report
focuses on the specialists
. The Hoosiers have
depth and competition at cornerback
LeVar Woods was
committed to special teams
as a player, and now he'll help coach them for Iowa. Speaking of special teams,
here's a closer look
at who will be manning the kicking game areas for Hawkeyes.
Michigan feels more comfortable in
pro-style offensive sets
players to watch
in the Wolverines' spring game.
Michigan State's elite defense
led by Pat Narduzzi. Spartans receiver Bennie Fowler is
working hard to get better
and be a leader. Max Bullough says the offense has
more in its arsenal
Despite some rough weather and a flu bug, Minnesota is
looking forward to Friday's scrimmage
passing game should be improved
for the Gophers.
Wrapping up Nebraska's spring,
in video form
. A Florida quarterback
likes the Huskers
most improved unit for Northwestern
Ohio State got
rings for its 12-0 season
. An excellent profile of
Buckeyes assistant coach Kerry Coombs
, who remains true to himself. Urban Meyer likes the
progress of Tyvis Powell
, and other Buckeyes notes. OSU can
bus recruits to Cincinnati
for the spring game.
Bill O'Brien has
expanded his Penn State playbook
. O'Brien still wants Zayd Issah to
end up as a Nittany Lion
. Virginia Tech is
interested in playing Penn State
Justin Sinz and Robert Kugler
have made an impression
on Purdue coach Darrell Hazell this spring. Hazell
will wait until August
to name a starting quarterback.
Wisconsin's in-house magazine has a feature on Melvin Gordon and James White
trying to replace Montee Ball
. Gary Andersen and other Big Ten coaches
aim to entertain
Quotes and notes from
the Leaders Division
all 125 FBS coaches