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NittanyNation takes a look at this week’s Penn State football news and what you might have missed:
Defensive tackle Thomas Holley didn't start playing football until just about a year ago, and he only played in eight games. Now, he's on the ESPN Watch List with 17 offers. How'd he get here? And why'd he take up football in the first place? NittanyNation has the answers in this in-depth feature on Holley.
Video: Former PSU quarterback Michael Robinson reflected about his career with the Nittany Lions, and also had a message for Seattle coach Pete Carroll.
Bill O'Brien caused quite the stir at the school of LB Zaire Franklin, who talks about the coach and what he likes about Penn State.
Linebacker Chase Winovich discussed his interest in Penn Stateand talked about his recruitment in a Q&A.
Troy Reeder's coach talked about what makes his linebacker special, and he emphasized Reeder's lateral quickness and athleticism.
ESPN Watch List QB Clayton Thorson talked about his visit to Happy Valleyand said he found the staff to be very honest.
Adam Rittenberg recaps all the coaching changes in the Big Ten.
So, what PSU players plan to watch the NFL draft? NittanyNation decided to ask several players, along with giving a rundown of their pro day numbers.
PSU will be without LB Ben Kline for the spring because of shoulder surgery, and Malik Golden will move to defensive back, writes Adam Rittenberg.
NittanyNation offered four early predictionsfor the upcoming season.
5 Questions: DT Ricky Walker talks about whether PSU will make his top five, when he'll visit and what he likes the most -- and least -- about the Lions.
Poll: Which B1G team has the most interesting spring QB race?
Numerous recruits are wary of the NCAA's deregulation rules, Mitch Sherman writes.
Gov. Tom Corbett wants the courts to dismiss a lawsuit aimed at overturning a law to keep PSU's $60 million fine money in Pennsylvania.
NittanyNation takes a look at this week’s Penn State football news and what you might have missed: Defensive tackle Thomas Holley didn't start playing football until just about a year ago, and he only played in eight games.