Penn State football chat, 8 p.m., June 2

We’re back talking Penn State football tonight after a week off. What’s on your mind when it comes to recruiting, James Franklin and his coaching staff, the NCAA and the summer ahead?

Will James Franklin be able to run down a  top linebacker recruit after just losing one?

Will James Franklin be able to run down a top linebacker recruit after just losing one?

The Nittany Lions did lose a top-flight linebacker recruit Josh Barajas to Notre Dame last week. We will get into that tonight as well as who you think on the 2014 team is ready for a breakout season.

In the meantime, check out my column on Brad “Spider” Caldwell leaving and why he will be missed so much.

Plus, remember that Penn State will be renewing its rivalry this fall with Maryland, which is led by head coach Randy Edsall, a York County native. Here is my piece on Edsall as he prepares the Terps for the Big Ten.

Maryland expects to have a potent offense this season, and one of the reasons is the experienced blocking of guard Andrew Zeller, a Red Lion grad. The thing is, Zeller might be even better off the field. Here’s why

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2 Responses to Penn State football chat, 8 p.m., June 2

  1. King says:

    What’s the latest on Dallastown’s Ben Kline?

    • Frank Bodani says:

      The question we all want an answer to … but really not until preseason camp begins. All we know is that Ben is rehabbing and wasn’t allowed contact during spring ball. Will he be a full-go in August? By early September? It may be a take-it-as-you-go with him recovering from the shoulder and pectoral surgeries.

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