Sorry, it's from the Free Press but still a good read nonetheless...
For those of you who don't want to click, here are some good quotes.
"I knew they ran the spread, and that was my biggest question coming up here," said the 225-pound Hopkins. "I'm a big guy, and a lot of people thought I'd be better in a pro-style offense. But I came up here, they explained the role to me, and I saw Brandon Minor, what he was when he was healthy, and it was an easy choice for me."
"I want to get 5-6 yards every play," Hopkins said. "If I break a big one, I break a big one, but the biggest thing is to move the chains. That's what football is about. You can have the fast guys, you can have the small guys, but you still need a big guy in the Big Ten to get the hard yards, the tough yards."