I'm back to provide a few more Big Ten lunch links now that Adam is on his third (or is it his fourth?) week of vacation.
As I promised the last time, there will be no barbs directed the Big Ten's way and no cheap shots. That's not the way we roll in the SEC. One thing I would like to remind you of, though, is that everything in this correspondence should be treated as confidential and not shared with anyone. Glad we've got that cleared up.
Now, onto some links:
Nebraska senior Austin Cassidy could end up staying at safety, but he's versatile enough to factor in at nickel, too.
Wisconsin beats out several SEC teams, including Alabama, Auburn and Tennessee, to land a commitment from offensive lineman Dan Voltz of Barrington, Ill., for the 2012 class.
Michigan's Denard Robinson will have to get used to taking snaps from under center in Al Borges' new West Coast-like offense.
Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio says the two Spartans' players arrested last week following an incident at a Colorado bar have been disciplined internally.
Ohio State coach Jim Tressel apologizes to the fans.
A closer look at the Iowa defensive line heading into next season.
Bob Flounders of The Patriot-News examines five hot-button items for Penn State heading into spring practice.