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Notebook (12-7): PSU flips WR recruit from Duke

Update: 9:15 p.m.

**Penn State is getting set to play its final home game, meaning some seniors on the team presumably will be playing for the last time at Beaver Stadium. Now, this year is different, because all of these seniors can get an extra year of eligibility because of the coronavirus.

Still, if the seniors’ names are on this list, there’s a strong chance that this will be their final home game at Penn State. From PSU’s game notes:

  • SENIOR DAY: The Nittany Lions will celebrate Senior Day on Saturday. Penn State will honor TE/H Trevor Baker, S Jaquan Brisker, CB Tariq Castro-Fields, OL Will Fries, K/P Carson Landis, WR Isaac Lutz, OL Michal Menet, DT Antonio Shelton, DE Shane Simmons, DE Shaka Toney, S Lamont Wade and WR Benjamin Wilson.

Update: 12:30 p.m.

**Penn State has gotten a commitment today from Harrison Wallace, a 3-star prospect from Alabama who previously had been committed to Duke.

Wallace is a 6-foot-1, 180-pounder from Pike Road High School. He was recruited by PSU receivers coach Taylor Stubblefield.

Maryland, Tennesse, Virginia Tech and Houston were some other schools vying for Wallace.

 

Update: 10:30 a.m.

**Cornerback Joey Porter Jr. was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week on Monday after helping Penn State’s defense to a dominant performance in a 23-7 win at Rutgers. Porter had seven tackles (5 solo) and one for loss.

This is the second week in a row Penn State has had a player win a Big Ten weekly honor. RB Keyvone Lee was Freshman of the Week last week following his 134-yard game against Michigan.

Update: 10 a.m.

Good morning! Penn State posted its second straight win with a 23-7 victory at Rutgers on Saturday. Here’s a look at some of the coverage PSU beat writers across the state and across the nation had after the game.

Greg Pickel, PennLive: Sunday Drive: What could winning out do for Penn State?

Joe Juliano, Philadelphia Inquirer: Four takes on the Nittany Lions’ second straight win

Neil Rudel, Altoona Mirror: New identity imposing Nittany Lions’ will

David Jones, PennLive: Big Ten power poll

Rich Scarcella, Reading Eagle: Penn State looks dramatically different in back-to-back wins

Donnie Collins, Scranton Times-Tribune: Levis’ role successful, but leads to questions

Audrey Snyder, The Athletic: 18 thoughts on Penn State football to begin the week

Cory Giger, Nittany Sports Now: Franklin mentioned as candidate for Texas job

Cory Giger: Nittany Sports Now: Lions projected for bowl game

Nubyjas Wilborn, Post-Gazette: Penn State’s improved running game, and other observations

Mike Poorman, StateCollege.com: Will Levis’ run at quarterback

Ben Jones, StateCollege.com: Penn State report card

Tyler Donohue, Lions247: Back with Penn State ‘family,’ Devyn Ford thrives after loss of brother

Mark Brennan, Lions247.com: Top takeaways from Penn State vs. Rutgers

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