Rise and shine, friends. Here’s what’s going down in the Big Ten today.
— Starting Ohio State running back Jordan Hall underwent surgery to repair a torn tendon in his foot after accidentally cutting it while walking in grass at his residence, per the Columbus Dispatch. ESPN cites sources saying the first week Hall is expected back is Week 3. So, fellow Ohio State tailback Carlos Hyde: You’re the man now, dog!
— In case you thought Michigan’s recent scheduling of “revenge” games and the Alabama opening-week showdown was unintentional, AD Dave Brandon says it’s all quite purposeful; he told AnnArbor.com he’s looking for the “wow” factor in scheduling. Here’s what we’d like to see: a game in the desert—not at Arizona’s stadium or whatever, but actually in the desert itself. What’s the worst that could…Oh, yeah, probably.
— Nebraska announced on its official website that Fan Day, its annual meet-and-greet with the coaches and players, has been set for Aug. 3,…
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