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NittanyNation takes a look at this week’s Penn State football news and what you might have missed:
No commit faced more temptations to leave PSU than Parker Cothren. But, in the end, Cothren couldn't say no to Happy Valley.
Penn State filled out its staff with an assistant coach from Marshall in Anthony Midget.
WATCH: Bill O'Brien talked about his 2013 recruiting class and how he overcame the sanctions. O'Brien also talked with Adam Rittenberg in a Q&A about the class.
Trinity athlete Adam Geiger talked in a Q&A about taking the opportunity to run-on at Penn State. Fellow run-on Brian Tomasetti also checked in with NittanyNation, answering five questions.
Tyler Ferguson's coach talked about what separates his quarterback from others at his position, when he first knew Ferguson was something special and when he really showcased his ability.
Big Ten blogger Brian Bennett ranked the quarterbacks in the conference, and PSU made a big leap from where they were ranked in the preseason.
While most people slept on Friday morning, PSU's football players were eexercising in 31-degree weather and lifting weights.
We talked about the future of the team, Adam Breneman, 2014 recruits and more in the bi-weekly chat.
WATCH: Christian Hackenberg appeared on "College Football Live" to talk about his commitment to PSU. Josh Moyer and Tom Luginbill also discussed Hackenberg and PSU's surprising recruiting class on "Outside the Lines."
Larry Johnson Sr. played a critical role in piecing together this recruiting class.
With the 2013 class wrapped up, we looked ahead to some 2014 prospects to watch.
Georgia tailback Nick Chubb received a scholarship offer from Penn State, although he admitted he didn't know much about the Nittany Lions.
We took 10 of your questions on Twitter and then posed them to Christian Hackenberg.
4dMitch Sherman and Dan Murphy