Big Ten Football: Tweets of the Week

Adam JacobiBig Ten Football Lead WriterMarch 23, 2012

Michigan TE Kevin Koger hates dinner milk and he's a Sugar Bowl champion. The lesson: don't ever drink milk.
Michigan TE Kevin Koger hates dinner milk and he's a Sugar Bowl champion. The lesson: don't ever drink milk.Chris Graythen/Getty Images

Every Friday on the Big Ten Blog, we'll bring you the best Big Ten-related Tweets of the week.

The Big Ten Network's Gerry DiNardo is on his annual spring football trip, and today he's visiting Indiana's practices. One of the best things he had to say about the Hoosiers is that, well, there's enough of them?

Michigan tight end Kevin Koger speaks truth here, and that truth is that milk is slimy and disgusting.

Speaking of Michigan, as mentioned this morning, Denard Robinson is working on becoming the vocal leader of the offense. Part of being a vocal leader is, of course, speaking words. And according to Roy Roundtree (via Michigan beat writer Kyle Meinke), that used to be an issue in and of itself.

Top tight end recruit (and recent Penn State commit) Adam Breneman talked to his new coach, and fear not, PSU fans: he's impressed.

And finally—I'll have to double-check, Jerel Worthy, but I don't remember this from 300.

Did I miss anything good? Comment away!