Big Ten's lunch links
- The Rose Bowl produced some new selling points for Michigan State on the recruiting front. The Spartans still wait for word from Malik McDowell, but they did sign two other defensive ends.
- Minnesota is working hard to try and keep ESPN's No. 1 prospect for 2015 at home.
- Star rankings are an inexact science, Sam McKewon writes, and not necessarily a good gauge for Nebraska's new class. Bo Pelini's respect for the SEC can be seen in his recruiting blueprint.
- Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon talked about his soon-to-be new boss and the job he has done in Ann Arbor. Brady Hoke says five or six true freshmen could play right away.
- Looking at the top-10 targets in the Class of 2015 for Ohio State.
- Purdue hopes its new recruits bring a winning attitude to the program.
- Gary Andersen plans some position changes on Wisconsin's defense.
- Former Illinois coach Ron Zook is ready for a new challenge with the Green Bay Packers.
- Twenty Penn State players remain from the Joe Paterno era.
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