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Big Ten links: Scroll through Tuesday's best headlines

Let’s kick off this party with a nice Q&A in the Minneapolis Star Tribune with Gopher AD Mark Coyle. Coyle has a lot on his plate as he looks to stabilize an athletic department that needs leadership … and fund raising. *** It was great for Michigan to add Notre Dame back to its sked in 2018 and 2019. But the return of the rivalry created a scheduling quandary. The Wolverines will have road trips to both Michigan State and Ohio State in 2018, along with a junket to Notre Dame. Whoa!!! The following year, the Wolverines will play all

Big Ten links: Scroll through Monday's best headlines

Thoughts and prayers to former Michigan RB coach Fred Jackson, whose nephew was a shooting victim in Baton Rouge. Montrell Jackson, 32, a 10-year-veteran of the Baton Rouge Police Department, was one of three police officers killed in an ambush shooting just a mile from police headquarters. *** There are some interesting QB battles in the Big Ten. One such competition is at Penn State. Most program watchers feel Trace McSorley, a redshirt sophomore from Virginia who replaced an injured Christian Hackenberg in January’s TaxSlayer Bowl, will win the job. But James Franklin says it’s an open competition. Could Tommy

Big Ten links: Michigan's heralded d-line, basketball updates & more

The hype surrounding the Michigan defensive line continues to grow. And end Taco Charlton hopes to be a big part of the front as he aims for an impactful senior send-off. Will this be the year he finally puts it all together? He looks like a pro—but doesn’t always play like one. “I’m going to set my expectations higher than anyone else can set them,” Charlton said last month in Ann Arbor. “As a d-line we do the same thing collectively, together. We hold ourselves to that point. We feel like we can be the best. But it doesn’t mean

Big Ten links: Scroll through Tuesday's best headlines

It’s good to be Mike Conley. The former Ohio State Buckeye is expected to ink the richest NBA deal in history. I never envisioned Conley being this good of pro. He’s still going, while OSU teammate Greg Oden has been done for a while. According to multiple reports, Conley is expected to sign a five-year deal worth $153 million to stay with the Memphis Grizzlies. Crazy money in the NBA right now. *** Speaking of former Buckeyes, can D’Angelo Russell become Ohio State’s next NBA superstar? The other Ohio State players in the NBA: Jared Sullinger, Evan Turner and Kosta

Big Ten links: Most watched 2015 games, Big Ten tributes & more

What were the most watched Big Ten football games in 2015? Dave Jones of has them. No shocker that Ohio State, Michigan, Michigan State and Nebraska were prominently involved in many of these highly viewed games. The No. 1 most watched? MSU at OSU. Shocked? A close finish between highly ranked teams that produced a monster upset fueled ratings. *** Ohio State’s already strong staff just got stronger with the addition of Joker Phillips, who at one time was head coach at Kentucky. He will be an offensive quality control assistant for Urban Meyer. Phillips was WR coach of

Big Ten links: Ready for Thursday best headlines? Here you go!

It is difficult to believe that former Northwestern coach Randy Walker has been gone for 10 years. I never will forget the day I heard the news of his passing. It was jolting. The suddenness … the shock … the sadness. looks at Walker’s best NU squad, the 2000 club that won a share of the Big Ten title. Such a fun, explosive team. Who can forget the win vs. Michigan? *** David Jones of says Penn State’s upset of Ohio State in 2005 changed how college football attacked Major League Baseball broadcasts. “That game did a 5

Big Ten links: Scroll through Wednesday's best headlines

Rutgers is redoing its weight room. In the meantime, the Scarlet Knights are working out in the “dungeon.” Perfect. The school’s $1.25 million renovated weight room was scheduled to be ready when players returned to campus for summer workouts on June 1. But some unexpected structural issues have delayed the construction. Despite that, most things have been good in Ash’s first six months as head coach. “We’ve been swinging really hard to get the program foundation set the way we wanted it and establish the culture that we wanted, recruit the way we wanted,” Ash told “I get asked

Big Ten links: Scroll through Tuesday best headlines

In case you missed this, and I’m sure you did, Purdue DT Ra’Zahn Howard is in the upcoming NFL supplemental draft, according to reports. Yes, Howard was an underachiever, but the Boilermakers sure could have used his run-stuffing skills and size on the interior. But he didn’t take care of academics and was suspended for the spring. Now, he’s gone for good. *** Minnesota continues to add to its football team, landing a commitment from JC offensive lineman Donnell Greene. The Gopher line added two key JCs in the spring. The Star Tribune says the 6-7, 345-pound Greene, who hails

Big Ten links: Iowa loses a legend, NBA draft notes & much more

Tribute to Radio Icon Bob Brooks — The Iowa Hawkeyes (@TheIowaHawkeyes) June 26, 2016 It was sad to hear of the passing of Iowa broadcasting legend Bob Brooks. The Cedar Rapids Gazette assembled some nice remembrances from former Hawkeyes on Twitter, showing the impact Brooks had. It would be neat if Iowa teams wore some type of patch to honor Brooks in 2016-17. Mike Hlas has a nice tribute to Brooks here. *** I am on record as saying I think John O’Korn will win the QB job at Michigan. Recently, he turned heads at the Manning Passing Academy

Big Ten links: Scroll through Thursday's best headlines

Count Jay Bilas among those who thinks Jarrod Uthoff can help an NBA team. He projects as a second-round pick … at best. I love the guy. He is so versatile. But, I wonder about strength and toughness. “He’s versatile and he’s got a 6-11 wing span and he can shoot it; he’s got mid-range ability,” Bilas said of Uthoff on a pre-draft teleconference. “He’s actually proved to be a really good shot-blocker on the perimeter. You wonder, though, is that going to translate on the defensive end once he gets into the NBA? “He can knock down shots, space