A central Pennsylvania native, Brian Lemelle (Bishop McDevitt) has watched Penn State offenses for quite some time now. He's watched them on TV and in person. In all those years watching the Nittany Lions offense operate, it never resembled anything like he saw Saturday on his visit to Penn State for the Ohio State game.
about 630 days ago | Jared Shanker | NCF On The Trail
More high school tailbacks will be on the sideline Saturday night than Penn State will have on the field. More than 40 recruits are expected to be in Happy Valley for this season's biggest game, and there will be no shortage of running backs.
about 635 days ago | Josh Moyer | Penn State Nittany Lions
Purdue has not been 3-1 since 2007. That also might have been the last time the Boilermakers had a recruiting weekend as big as the one they will have this weekend when they host the Michigan Wolverines.
about 655 days ago | Jared Shanker | NCF On The Trail
When colleges coaches flocked to Bishop McDevitt in Harrisburg, Pa., this season it was always to watch Noah Spence, the No. 4 player in the country. However, junior McDevitt receiver Brian Lemelle gave those coaches reason to make sure they come back next fall.
about 938 days ago | Jared Shanker | NCF On The Trail