Big Ten lunch links

Posted by ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg

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The man alleged to have attacked Ohio State linebacker Tyler Moeller has been charged with felony battery, The Columbus Dispatch's Ken Gordon writes in his blog. A great piece by The Cleveland Plain Dealer's Doug Lesmerises about Ohio State's first opponent, Navy.
Defensive tackle Abe Koroma, who we knew wouldn't be back at Penn State, will transfer to FCS Western Illinois, Bob Flounders writes in The (Harrisburg) Patriot-News. Penn State's wideouts are eager to prove themselves, Ron Musselman writes in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Tate Forcier generated most of the preseason buzz at Michigan, but keep your eyes on another freshman quarterback, Denard Robinson, Michael Rosenberg writes in the Detroit Free Press. More on the young quarterbacks from The Sporting News' Dave Curtis. Also, a nice wrap-up of Michigan's media day.
Hand signals are pretty common in football, but Minnesota offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch takes things to a new level, Kent Youngblood writes in the Star Tribune.
If you want to play quarterback in the NFL, go to Purdue, Cory Giger writes in The Altoona Mirror.
Wisconsin running back Zach Brown came into camp with a chip on his shoulder, and it's showing as he's the projected starter, Tom Mulhern writes in the Wisconsin State Journal. Badgers quarterback Curt Phillips has drawn comparisons to Tyler Donovan, which is both good and bad, Mike Lucas writes in The Capital Times.
Illinois star wideout Arrelious Benn earned Bob Asmussen's award for training camp MVP.
Iowa tackle Bryan Bulaga wants a Big Ten title before he's through in a Hawkeyes uniform, Ryan Suchomel writes in the Iowa City Press-Citizen.
Injuries are once again cropping up for Indiana's offensive line, Hugh Kellenberger writes in The (Bloomington) Herald-Times.
The defensive line remains the one area of concern on Michigan State's defense, Shannon Shelton writes in the Detroit Free Press.