There is plenty to discuss on the Monday version of Front Row Radio as we're fresh off our trip to Chicago for Big Ten media days.
We have interviews with head coaches Brady Hoke from Michigan, Bo Pelini from Nebraska and Pat Fitzgerald from Northwestern. Hoke is asked for his thoughts on whether it used to be considered unethical to recruit verbal commitments from other Big Ten schools. Pelini -- a former Ohio State captain -- is asked whether the game against the Buckeyes will mean anything extra to him this season. And Fitzgerald gives extremely-impressive answers when asked about recruiting players that have verbally committed to other Big Ten schools, and what he thinks about Luke Fickell taking over as head coach at Ohio State.
In the News segment, Duane Long and Dave Biddle talk about Chris Wormley picking Michigan, the state of OSU's offensive line recruiting pertaining to the 2012 class, and look ahead to the Buckeyes beginning preseason camp exactly one week from today. What will be the interesting storylines during camp?
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