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Friday, May 24, 2013
Big Ten lunchtime links
By Brian Bennett
Have a great and safe Memorial Day weekend, everybody.
Ohio State landed the
third linebacker in its 2014 class
in Akron's Dante Booker. Former Buckeye Ray Small
apologized for his missteps.
Brady Hoke doesn't know where
Michigan's "Not in Ohio" footballs
came from. Dave Brandon is
not a fan of parity-based scheduling
. Fitz Toussaint is fired up to
regain his starting tailback job
Mark Hollis recalls the
process of hiring Mark Dantonio
at Michigan State. The son of former Spartans star Jim Morrissey is becoming a big-time prospect. Le'Veon Bell is
drawing some rave reviews
with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Bill O'Brien is comfortable with John Butler
as his defensive coordinator
. Eugene Lewis should help Penn State
at receiver and in the return game
. Adam Breneman
won a national honor
for his charity work.
Eric Crouch expresses regrets
about how he handled his NFL experience. A future Husker is trying to finish strong in
his high school track career
A pair of twins who signed with Pitt
could transfer to Purdue
with Boilers offensive coordinator John Shoop.
Landing Wes Lunt would be a
boost for Tim Beckman and Illinois
. Paul Myerberg previews the Illini,
whom he ranks No. 110
in the country.
Choosing the best
Iowa players of the Kirk Ferentz era
. How Big Ten division re-alignment
will affect the pocketbooks
of Hawkeyes' fans.
freshman running back Warren Long
has West Coast roots, a talent for the guitar and an interest in becoming a barber.
Wisconsin has a
schedule built for success
Minnesota's Ra'Shede Hageman is
getting some national notice