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3rd in Big Ten - East
Franklin: We're proud of our growth, but not satisfied (0:54)

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

The CWS tailgaters are abuzz because Penn State head football coach James Franklin was spotted in Vanderbilt gear. He's close friends with Vandy head coach and former coworker Tim Corbin.

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36dDan Murphy

How two tragedies shaped top NFL prospect Yetur Gross-Matos

Yetur Gross-Matos' father saved him from drowning as a toddler. His older brother died after being struck by lightning. With the help of the rest of his family, he carries their memory as he's on the verge of stardom.

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52dTom VanHaaren and Tom Luginbill

The must-get 2020 recruit for every Top 25 team

Sometimes, a team is just a playmaker away from glory. Here's a list of the one recruit each Top 25 team needs for continued success.

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State to appeal Spanier's tossed conviction

Pennsylvania's attorney general will appeal a federal judge's decision to vacate the child-endangerment conviction of former Penn State president Graham Spanier.

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Ex-PSU president Spanier's conviction overturned

A federal judge has thrown out former Penn State president Graham Spanier's child-endangerment conviction, less than a day before he was due to turn himself in to jail.

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83dJamison Hensley

Ravens hoping QB McSorley can fill do-it-all role

The Ravens, with their final pick of the draft, are hoping Penn State's Trace McSorley, who was the fastest QB at the combine, can have a do-it-all role on offense and special teams.

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Ex-PSU president wants conviction overturned

Ex-Penn State president Graham Spanier is arguing that his jail sentence for mishandling a complaint about Jerry Sandusky showering with a boy in 2001 violates the U.S. Constitution.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

In a statement, Ohio State assistant coach Larry Johnson denies the allegations by financial planner Marty Blazer, who testified Tuesday that a Penn State assistant wanted to pay the father of former PSU defensive lineman Aaron Maybin so Maybin would stay in college. Johnson was Penn State's defensive line coach at the time. "It is a complete fabrication with no proof or basis in fact," Johnson's statement reads in part. "We will take any and all legal actions against Mr. Blazer for making such slanderous statements to protect my name and reputation, which I have worked for 40 years as a coach, mentor, husband, father and grandfather to create."

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