Big Ten lunchtime links
January, 7, 2014
By Chantel Jennings | ESPN.com
Seriously though, give the guy back his cat.
- In the final AP poll of this season, MSU finished third, Ohio State finished 12th and Wisconsin finished 22nd.
- Drew Sharp says the Big Ten isn't "mourning the death of the BCS," and the Spartans can look forward to the playoff system.
- During the title game Nebraska managed to steal some spotlight as Bo Pelini tweeted at Faux Pelini … and it was glorious.
- Andy Baggot takes a look at which of Wisconsin's five BCS bowl teams was the best.
- Even if QB Braxton Miller returns to Ohio State, Urban Meyer is going to have a lot of rebuilding to do this offseason.
- The Wall Street Journal ranked Iowa as No. 11 (as far as value), and Marc Morehouse says the Hawkeyes have the fans to thank for that. Also, OL coach Brian Ferentz might be headed back to the NFL.
- Minnesota deputy AD David Benedict, who was in charge of Gopher football, is headed to Auburn to oversee day-to-day operations of the athletic department.
- Michigan had seven early enrollees, but will any of them be able to make an early impact?
- Al Golden is definitely not headed to Penn State and here's his transcript from WQAM radio talking about that. Een with the uncertainty in staff, several of the Nittany Lions' top recruits remain committed.
- Four-star WR Dominique Booth will be choosing between Indiana and Missouri on Tuesday night.
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