STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Bill Kavanaugh wipes the crust from his eyes before pulling up to Penn State's football building at 6:30 a.m., an hour before the sun peeks over Mount Nittany.
Kavanaugh, the Nittany Lions' director of player personnel, doesn't pause to stare at the yellows and reds of the changing autumn trees. He has just one topic on his mind this Wednesday -- recruiting -- and has time for little else.
Does he have an accurate sheet of prospects? Is there enough room in the ...
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