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Name: Jabrill Peppers
Height & Weight: 6’ 1” 205 lbs.
High School: Paramus Catholic Paladins
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Dave Telep breaks down the recruiting classes for the Big Ten:
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Urban Meyer probably didn’t make a lot of friends last week when speaking about the Big Ten conference in comparison to the SEC. Speaking candidly, Meyer had no problem giving his diagnosis for why the Big Ten has not fared very well in bowl games and big out-of-conference games in recent years. When asked . . . → Read More: Big Ten Speed: Adapt and Survive
The Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC) recently announced its rankings of top selling institutions & manufacturers for the 2011-2012 year. After coming in 4th last year, Michigan came in 5th, still far and away the leaders of the Big Ten teams. Kentucky jumped up four spots from 7th after winning the national title. O$U is not . . . → Read More: Top Selling Institutions & Manufacturers (2011-2012)
The Michigan Wolverines Athletic Program finished 15th in the 2010/2011 school year standings. The Leerfield Sports Directors’ Cup gives points to the top ten programs male and female for each respective Division 1 sport. Stanford won the Director’s Cup for the 17th year in a row.
Other Big Ten teams: Ohio State finished 2nd, . . . → Read More: Michigan Finishes 15th In Directors’ Cup Standings
Big Ten Press Release:
Park Ridge, Ill. – The Big Ten Conference today made several announcements that complete a series of decisions prompted by the upcoming addition of the University of Nebraska – Lincoln as the conference’s 12th member school. The conference revealed a new logo to be used for all sports beginning with the . . . → Read More: Big Ten Reveals New Logo, Division Names & Trophies
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