Penn State secured its seventh verbal commit for the Class of 2014 and second defensive prospect in the form of Daquan Worley, a cornerback from Coatesville, Pa. Worley committed shortly before noon today, choosing the Nittany Lions over Rutgers, Georgia Tech, Pittsburgh, and Massachusetts in news first reported by Bob Flounders of the Patriot News.
The often-discussed Penn State road trip to Ireland is a bit closer to reaching fruition. Penn State is reportedly in talks with UCF to open the 2014 season in Dublin, Ireland, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
Add some #culture to your graduation photos this weekend with a shot inside Beaver Stadium. The Penn State All-Sports Museum will offer times on both Saturday and Sunday for graduating seniors to have their photos taken inside the stadium.
A new report by Louis Freeh, commissioned by Steve Wynn of Wynn Resorts, is facing similar scrutiny to his Penn State report after a response was released by former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff.
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