It is great to know that we have our schedule for our inaugural season in the Big Ten ... This is a very attractive and challenging schedule and is one our coaching staff, student-athletes and fans will look forward to playing in 2014.
All of those guys will be healthy ... It will be great competition. It will be good to have all of them out there, and when you bring Shane [Cockerille] into the mix, it will be more than adequate at that position.More quotes »
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