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BTN Dienhart: Big Ten East receiving corps unit rankings

Discussion in 'News' started by Tom Dienhart, BTN.com, Jun 22, 2016.

  1. Dienhart: Big Ten East receiving corps unit rankings
    Tom Dienhart, BTN.com Senior Writer via Big Ten Network

    Having a strong running game is key to any team’s success. But a good passing game enhances any stout ground attack. And you need good wideouts to stretch the field. This fall, there will be no shortage of good pass-catching options across the Big Ten East, headlined by Penn State. But Michigan’s corps also looks stout. Here’s my ranking of the receiving corps in the Big Ten East. 1. Penn State. Talent galore. And that’s good news for the new QB, most likely Trace McSorley. Juniors Chris Godwin and DaeSean Hamilton are returning starters and the bellwethers. Fellow junior Saeed[​IMG]

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