Big Ten lunch links
February, 17, 2014
By Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
These links are presidential.
- Great work by Teddy Greenstein, who catches up with former Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter and details how the Wildcats' unionization movement came together.
- Malik McDowell tells 247sports.com that he won't be visiting other schools and remains committed to playing for Michigan State.
- Penn State's next president has faced similar athletics challenges before.
- Assistant coach Larry Johnson now wears scarlet and gray, but his job hasn't changed. Former Ohio State lineman Marcus Hall is cashing in on his double-bird salute.
- Dirk Chatelain has an excellent look at the most important states for Nebraska's recruiting efforts.
- Wisconsin's recruiting efforts have taken a step forward under Gary Andersen.
- Unless there's another conference reshuffle, the Cy-Hawk series should continue as normal.
- After a rough season, Michigan's offensive line has no choice but to move forward.
- Most Rutgers fans don't want to see the school move any home games to MetLife Stadium.
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2014 Big Ten STANDINGS
BIG TEN SCOREBOARD
Final South Florida 10 19 Wisconsin 27 Final Tulane 6 Rutgers 31 Final Iowa 24 Purdue 10 Final Wyoming 14 9 Michigan State 56 Final Northwestern 29 Penn State 6 Final Maryland 37 Indiana 15 Final Minnesota 30 Michigan 14 Final Cincinnati 28 22 Ohio State 50 Final Illinois 14 21 Nebraska 45