NIttanyNation's Josh Moyer talks to 2013 run-on OL Evan Galimberti about the opportunity he has at Penn State and what strengths he believes he possesses.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Bill O'Brien has constantly emphasized the importance of his run-on program, and his hope is this will allow him to add needed depth during a time of sanctions and scholarship reductions.
Here's a list -- complete with film and notes -- on Penn State's offensive run-ons.QB Austin Whipple, Salisbury (Conn.) School6-foot-2, 200 pounds (early enrollee)HighlightsHe's an early enrollee whose father is the quarterbacks coach for the Cleveland Browns.
With the Super Bowl just a few hours away, NittanyNation decided to poll some of Penn State's committed run-ons to get their take on the game. We asked for them to give the winner, the score -- and their reasoning.
NittanyNation takes a look at this week’s Penn State football news and what you might have missed: Penn State's run-on program is going to be more important than ever.
Bill O'Brien knew he wanted to focus on Penn State's run-on program months before the sanctions even hit.He spent winters in New England watching Danny Woodhead and Wes Welker -- two unheralded players out of high school -- and saw them improve and contribute more as the season wore on.
Penn State will have several commits up for weekend visits, but this might be the most important Sunday of the year when it comes to potential preferred walk-ons.