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Thursday, June 6, 2013
Big Ten lunch links
By Adam Rittenberg
Summer, feel free to show up any time. Rainy and 59 in Chicago. Yeesh.
Link time ...
Rutgers once again
embarrasses itself in sticking by athletic director Julie Hermann
, Ian O'Connor writes.
Hermann faces the media
in Piscataway. A co-chair of Rutgers' search committee tries to
clarify what happened in Hermann's hiring process
Penn State's trustees work to reduce the NCAA sanctions
on the football program. Lions coach Bill O'Brien isn't going anywhere,
according to athletic director Dave Joyner
. Penn State is
targeting twin brother recruits who want to play at the same place
Wisconsin receivers coach Chris Beatty will stay put
after interviewing for the top job at East Tennessee State.
Jerry Kill discusses the state of the program
of Ohio State president E. Gordon Gee.
Mark Dantonio says
Michigan State's quarterback situation is better than last year
. Former Spartans running back Le'Veon Bell
earns Michigan State's top athletic honor
Purdue could make an appearance at Wrigley Field
against Northwestern in 2015.
Defensive end Frank Clark will
be Michigan's breakout player in 2013
, Kyle Meinke writes.
Indiana's new helmets are nice, but
coach Kevin Wilson is focused on substance over style
summer camp preview of the Hoosiers
previews and predicts the Big Ten in 2013
debates the Big Ten's passing touchdowns leader
in 2013 and
ranks the league's backup quarterbacks
Iowa names its leadership group
for the season. A
strong sports medicine program could lure recruit
Matt Nelson to Iowa.
summer camp preview of Illinois
. The Champaign Room
dreams big about potential Illini quarterback transfer
Northwestern incoming freshman Kyle Queiro
fights the "finesse" label
As the Dallas Cowboys turn over play calls to Bill Callahan, Dirk Chatelain looks back at
Callahan's top play-calling moments at Nebraska