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NittanyNation takes a look at this week’s Penn State football news and what you might have missed:
Coaches who squared off against Brandon Bell sounded off on the Penn State commit and appeared most impressed by his speed and range.
Andrew Nelson wrote a column for NittanyNation on why he chose Penn State. He listed academics, coaching staff and relationships as his three main reasons.
Penn State hired former Georgia State defensive coordinator Anthony Midget as the safeties coach.
Video: NCAA president Mark Emmert discussed the penalties imposed against Penn State on "Outside the Lines."
Tight end-turned-offensive tackle Garry Gilliam received an extra year of eligibility.
Parker Cothren's coach talked about his player and said Cothren stood his ground against ESPN's top-rated OT -- despite weighing in more than 40 pounds lighter than him.
Listen: Jay Paterno joined "Mike and Mike" to discuss the family's report on the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
Penn State's first commit of the 2014 class, Mark Allen, said he felt called to be a leader and wants to help the staff reel in other commits in the class.
Mailbag: From breakout players to quarterbacks, NittanyNation answered several questions in-depth as part of the bi-weekly mailbag.
We listed five Penn State commits who are rated three-stars that fans should keep an eye on.
Linebacker Carter Henderson talked in a Q&A about why he turned down offers from several FCS and Div. II schools to walk-on at PSU.
ESPN Watch List prospect D'Andre Payne named his top schools ... and Penn State has some catching up to do.
Video: Brian Bennett talks about the B1G's decision to stop scheduling games against FCS opponents.
Harrisburg (Pa.) RB Rob Martin received his first few offers earlier in the week and said he plans to attend Penn State's junior day.
NittanyNation takes a look at this week’s Penn State football news and what you might have missed: Coaches who squared off against Brandon Bell sounded off on the Penn State commit and appeared most impressed by his speed and range.