Penn State added offensive line coach Noah Beh (Scranton Prep) to the Class of 2014 over the weekend. Beh attended a skills camp this weekend and was recruited by offensive line coach Mac McWhorter, according to Lions 247. Beh, a three-star prospect according to the 247 Sports Composite rankings, also held offers from Boston College, Maryland, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Temple, Virginia and a couple of FCS programs (Colgate and Yale).
Running backs coach Charles London discusses recruiting. [PennLive]
That Ireland game seems to be coming together. Central Florida sent administrators to Ireland to scope out potential venues. It would be their home game, after all. [Orlando Sentinel]
Around the Big Ten
Ohio State president Gordon Gee has been on a bit of an apology tour over the last week after previous remarks of his about Notre Dame, Louisville and the SEC were reported. Those apologies now include the Big Ten. [AP]
Michigan State Athletics Director Mark Hollis is the latest to suggest the four-team College Football Playoff is a "short term" answer. [CBS Sports]
As expected for a while now, the Big Ten will be announcing an agreement with the Pinstripe Bowl, played in Yankee Stadium according to Ralph Russo of the Associated Press. Brett McMurphy reports the contract is a six-year deal. [ESPN New York]
In Scores of Other Games
NCAA President Mark Emmert is on board with the idea of adding a new division to bigger college football programs. [Houston Chronicle]
Game seven tonight in the NBA between the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers. Who you got?
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