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Thursday, June 27, 2013
Big Ten lunch links
By Adam Rittenberg
Big Ten should have a better night at the NBA draft
than the NFL draft.
It looks like veteran lineman Ryan Groy
will play left tackle for Wisconsin this fall
. Gary Andersen's son, who was originally headed to BYU,
will play for his dad at Wisconsin after all
Minnesota linebacker Lamonte Edwards is
kicked off the team after his arrest for stealing an iPhone
from another Gophers athlete. The Daily Gopher picks the
four best Minnesota players of the modern era
Quarterback recruit Damion Terry
arrives at Michigan State hoping to leave a legacy
. A look at
MSU's defensive end targets
Tom Osborne retires quietly from Nebraska
, just the way he wants it. A l
ook at Nebraska cornerback Mo Seisay
Renovations for the south end zone at Purdue's Ross-Ade Stadium
are beginning to take shape.
Purdue players pitch in
at a sports camp.
already strong 2014 recruiting class gets even better
as cornerback Troy Vincent Jr. commits.
Iowa cornerback B.J. Lowery
steps up his play as a leader
. After signing running back LeShun Daniels in February,
the Hawkeyes are targeting Daniels' younger brother
Offensive tackle recruit Jamarco Jones
will decide between three Big Ten programs today
Urban Meyer's teams might be more penalized
, but they continue to be successful.
Rob Oller agrees with
bowl games in the Midwest lack the appeal
of their coastal counterparts.
A look at
Michigan offensive line recruit
Kyle Bosch. Former Michigan star Denard Robinson is
being classified as an OW (offensive weapon) in the NFL
surveys the Big Ten's best linebackers
(not necessarily top tacklers).
previews Week 13 in the Big Ten this fall
Northwestern safety Traveon Henry
has an opportunity to step up in 2013
in-state recruiting efforts are on the rise
offensive prospects at Indiana's recent camp