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Sunday, May 5, 2013
NittanyNation: Week in review
By Josh Moyer
NittanyNation takes a look at this week's Penn State football news and what you might have missed:
Daquan Worley became the seventh PSU commit
of the 2014 class.
Ivan Maisel takes a
closer look at the Nittany Lions
and how they're embracing the future.
Jermaine Eluemunor changed his fate
from a no-name recruit no Div. II schools wanted into one of the most coveted juco prospects in the nation -- in just one short year. Also, a
closer look at the school that's helping mold him
, Lackawanna College.
Chris Godwin said he welcomes the competition
of two other 2014 receivers in this week's edition of "5 Questions."
Godwin's coach also weighed in
on his player, saying he hasn't coached "a finer football player in 25 years."
An overview of where
each Big Ten team stands when it comes to recruiting
. And also an
overview of PSU's spring
on the field.
Jared Wangler talk about his upcoming visit
to PSU and his interest in the Nittany Lions in this Q&A.
USF and Mississippi State are among the
schools that Steven Bench is considering
, according to Joe Schad.
Thomas Holley has had a whirlwind recruitment
and talks about PSU and when he'll decide on his top schools.
Jake Cooper grew up a PSU fan
, and he's not shy about sharing his early favorite.
Spreecast: The Big Ten bloggers take
a look around the conference and chat with reporters
from several team sites, including NittanyNation, about the top spring storylines.
We talked about Worley, who might be the next commit, what Bench's transfer means and
more football and recruiting in this week's chat
Tom Luginbill took a look at three ESPN 150 athletes and compared them to college standouts. PSU commit
De'Andre Thompkins was among the players discussed
Brian Bennett asks if the Big Ten West
is really the new Big 12 North
Our 2014 PSU spotlight series continued with
ESPN 150 OT Alex Bars
CB Daquan Worley
announced their slate of B1G games
, and two PSU games made the list.