Big Ten's lunch links
- The Eric LeGrand commencement speech issue at Rutgers has been resolved, but the school's leadership issues are not.
- Penn State's recruiting machine keeps on rolling, but that's not the best news involving the Lions -- assistant Herb Hand will be on "Chopped."
- Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany discusses the College Football Playoff, league schedules and more with Nicole Auerbach.
- Ohio State has a thorn in its recruiting efforts -- called Penn State. The Buckeyes' O-line draft prospects have mixed outlooks.
- Alabama is trying to poach a Michigan recruit.
- Minnesota coach Jerry Kill talks about his epilepsy, his team and his enhanced contract.
- Maryland won't be adding juco offensive lineman Larry Mazyck after all.
- Indiana WR Cody Latimer is among the draft's most intriguing prospects.
- Michigan State's linebackers took different paths to NFL draft weekend.
- Sam McKewon takes a deep dive on Nebraska's 2011 recruiting class.
- Wisconsin could have at least seven players drafted this week.
- The Big Ten basketball tournament is moving to Washington D.C. in 2017, and there are plenty of views here and here and here.
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2014 Big Ten STANDINGS
BIG TEN SCOREBOARD
Final Penn State 26 UCF 24 Final Youngstown State 17 Illinois 28 Final Indiana State 10 Indiana 28 Final Northern Iowa 23 Iowa 31 Final Appalachian State 14 Michigan 52 Final 5 Ohio State 34 Navy 17 Final Western Michigan 34 Purdue 43 Final Florida Atlantic 7 22 Nebraska 55 Final California 31 Northwestern 24 Final James Madison 7 Maryland 52 Final 14 Wisconsin 24 13 LSU 28
Final Eastern Illinois 20 Minnesota 42 Final Rutgers 41 Washington State 38