Big Ten's lunch links
- A Nebraska running back pledge won MVP honors at a big recruiting camp. A pair of Colorado defensive backs got the Huskers' 2015 class going.
- A highly-regarded in-state offensive lineman committed to Wisconsin. OK, J.J. Watt, you officially made me jealous.
- Ryan Shazier and/or Bradley Roby could end Ohio State's first-round NFL drought.
- Denicos Allen says intangibles are the key for Taiwan Jones. Spartans quarterback Connor Cook expects his team to field a potent offense this fall.
- A look back at Minnesota's spring practice.
- Reviewing the state of Michigan's tight ends.
- Tim Beckman is ready for the wins to start coming for Illinois.
- Iowa's trio of senior linebackers from 2013 are preparing for their NFL futures.
- James Franklin is eager to get to Ireland, where his parents got married. Penn State's staff will work as guest coaches at Georgia State.
- Rutgers held a ceremony in New York to celebrate joining the Big Ten.
- A preview of Purdue's fortunes in 2014.
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