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Thursday, May 9, 2013
Big Ten lunch links
By Adam Rittenberg
You know, I've got problems of my own. I can't always be the lovable sidekick on the Manny Show. Did you even notice I'm binge eating?
Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany will be deposed
by the attorneys representing Ed O'Bannon and others in the antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA.
picks Ohio State to win the national title
, and the Buckeyes lead off his post-spring Top 25. The Buckeyes are
all about ending the SEC's streak of titles
. Buckeyes star Orlando Pace
raised the bar for offensive tackles
Penn State coach
Bill O'Brien doesn't expect many more player departures
. Former Lions quarterback Matt McGloin will
try out for the Carolina Panthers
. A good look
inside Penn State's athletic budget
Tom Dienhart thinks
Indiana faces a rough road this season
Marc Morehouse looks at
recruiting around the Big Ten
. Some interesting odds on
who will win the Big Ten
(league and divisions).
Wisconsin athletic director
Barry Alvarez says no contract has been signed to play LSU
picks up its second recruit
for the 2014 class. Former Husker great
Grant Wistrom welcomes Tommie Frazier to the Hall of Fame fraternity
Michigan wide receiver recruits stand out
at the recent Nike camp.
Michigan football names a new operations chief
(Nolan Jones) and associate AD (Bob Lopez).
Michigan State is in the hunt
for a tight end from Badger Country. Kirk Cousins'
singing career is catching up to him
in the NFL.
Purdue is among a small group of NCAA programs
that doesn't receive athletic subsidies
Minnesota realizes it has to be
part of the Big Ten's push to upgrade schedules
. The Minnesota Vikings will
use TCF Bank Stadium for two seasons
while their new facility is built.
Illinois coach Tim Beckman and AD Mike Thomas
were on Chicago radio Wednesday.
Northwestern linebacker recruit Anthony Walker
brings more speed to Evanston