Big Ten's lunch links
February, 13, 2014
By Chantel Jennings | ESPN.com
The Big Ten blog is inspired and has decided to begin training for PyeongChang 2018.
- Penn State should hope the Rutgers game is at night because it'd be a huge splash on the recruiting trail.
- Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson's words on former Georgia Tech commit and Iowa DB signee Miles Taylor are inexcusable, writes Pat Harty.
- Former Nebraska kicker Eric Lueshen told a radio station on Wednesday that he came out to his teammates during the 2004-05 season, and that they were accepting of him. Some of the Nebraska assistants, he said, were not.
- MSU defensive tackle signee Craig Evans is glad the recruiting process is over and is just excited to get to East Lansing on June 15.
- The Wisconsin Athletic Board approved the department's budget for just under $100 million for the 2014-15 athletic year.
- Former 2015 Michigan RB commit Damien Harris will visit Ann Arbor for the Michigan-Michigan State basketball game.
- The Minnesota Board of Regents will discuss the TCF Bank Stadium renovations/improvements on Thursday and Friday.
- Catching up on the Maryland recruiting scene and everything that has happened since signing day.
- The Northwestern football union hearings began yesterday, and it provides a conversation starter for former NCAA and NFL football players.
- As Ohio State returns to Ohio Stadium to play its spring games, its ticket prices have risen quite a bit.
- Mike Carmin with notes on Purdue assistant coaches, former assistants, attrition and more.
- Rutgers has hired a Don Bosco Prep alum as a graduate assistant and he will be helping a fellow Don Bosco Prep alum in junior QB Gary Nova.
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BIG TEN SCOREBOARD
11:00 AM ET Nevada Louisiana-Lafayette 2:20 PM ET Utah State UTEP 3:30 PM ET 22 Utah Colorado State 5:45 PM ET Western Michigan Air Force 9:15 PM ET South Alabama Bowling Green
6:00 PM ET Marshall Northern Illinois 9:30 PM ET Navy San Diego State
12:00 PM ET Central Michigan Western Kentucky 8:00 PM ET Fresno State Rice
1:00 PM ET Illinois Louisiana Tech 4:30 PM ET Rutgers North Carolina 8:00 PM ET North Carolina State UCF
1:00 PM ET Cincinnati Virginia Tech 2:00 PM ET 15 Arizona State Duke 3:30 PM ET Miami (FL) South Carolina 4:30 PM ET Boston College Penn State 8:00 PM ET Nebraska 24 USC
2:00 PM ET Texas A&M West Virginia 5:30 PM ET Oklahoma 17 Clemson 9:00 PM ET Arkansas Texas
3:00 PM ET Notre Dame 23 LSU 6:30 PM ET 13 Georgia 21 Louisville 10:00 PM ET Maryland Stanford
12:30 PM ET 9 Ole Miss 6 TCU 4:00 PM ET 20 Boise State 10 Arizona 8:00 PM ET 7 Mississippi State 12 Georgia Tech
12:00 PM ET 19 Auburn 18 Wisconsin 12:30 PM ET 8 Michigan State 5 Baylor 1:00 PM ET 16 Missouri 25 Minnesota 5:00 PM ET 2 Oregon 3 Florida State 8:30 PM ET 1 Alabama 4 Ohio State
12:00 PM ET Houston Pittsburgh 3:20 PM ET Iowa Tennessee 6:45 PM ET 11 Kansas State 14 UCLA 10:15 PM ET Washington Oklahoma State