NittanyNation takes a look at this week’s Penn State football news and what you might have missed:
What kind of quarterback is Tyler Ferguson? Half of the opposing coaches he faced last season were asked that very question.
Three-star LB Jonathan Walton explained why he decommitted and said PSU hadn't been in contact with him all that much since his official visit.
Several commits were highlighted along with their scouting reports, rankings and projected impact. Those players included Andrew Nelson, Tanner Hartman, Adam Breneman, Anthony Smith and Christian Hackenberg.
Former PSU wideout Shawney Kersey, who left PSU after Week 2, transferred to Marshall.
In the bi-weekly mailbag, we answered questions about O'Brien's biggest challenge, 2014 recruits and John Butler.
2014 RB Robert Martin (Harrisburg, Pa./Harrisburg) took part in NittanyNation's weekly "5 Questions" and said he liked PSU in large part because O'Brien can get players to the next level.
Bill O'Brien earned his third national coaching honor by receiving the Bear Bryant Award.
Preferred walk-on Evan Galimberti said in a Q&A that PSU wants to try him out at all center, guard and tackle to see where he fits best.
The high school coach of preferred walk-on Von Walker explained what makes the senior stick out and what his strengths are.
2014 WR Saeed Blacknall earned a visit from O'Brien -- but he wasn't the only one. OT Juwann Bushell-Beatty also saw PSU's head coach, and class of 2015 ATH Kai Locksley has been garnering some early interest from PSU.
Heading into this weekend, Neiko Robinson couldn't wait to see Happy Valley and wanted to see the stadium the most.
Looking ahead to the 2014 class and breaking down each position.