I come in peace.
Adam left me strict orders not to stir it up on his blog while he's out sailing around the world (only the Big Ten blogger could afford such a vacation), so I'm here solely to help while he's away. There are no hidden agendas. In other words, you're not going to hear me asking if the Big Ten is ever going to win another national championship or hear me dredging up Ohio State's record versus the SEC in bowl games.
Nope, I'm merely here to provide a few links, and here goes:
A Lincoln, Neb., boy is an inspiration to his favorite athletes, including members of the Nebraska football team.
A Q&A with future Minnesota speedster Marcus Jones, who will start out on offense for the Gophers.
Ken Gordon of The Columbus Dispatch provides a few observations from Ohio State's workout Monday morning.
Former Ohio State tight end/offensive lineman Andrew Miller decides to call it a career in football.
Former Michigan coach Lloyd Carr and former Michigan State players Lorenzo White and Gene Washington are on the College Football Hall of Fame ballot for the first time.
Penn State, with just about everybody returning in the secondary, is looking to settle a couple of starting spots.
A recap of Purdue's spring practice: Day 3.
Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald is eager to adjust the Wildcats' attitude.