Penn State Football Morning Briefing: Linebackers Back at Practice, Players to Watch, and Other News

Just ahead of the big White Out this Saturday, VBR brings the latest Penn State football news link from across the Internet. 

The latest Penn State football news links feature plenty of coverage of the upcoming White Out game against Ohio State. Perhaps the biggest and most positive for fans is the fact that starting linebacker Jason Cabinda and Brandon Bell returned Wednesday and could be back on the field Saturday.

Also, there’s a recap of head coach James Franklin’s weekly press conference, but he is keeping things close to the vest for the matchup with the Buckeyes.

Elsewhere, star running back Saquon Barkley had a great performance in Columbus last year and will look to repeat that this year.

Finally, there are three key Nittany Lions to watch this week.

There’s plenty more news to go through, so check out the rest of the links below.

Morning Links: 

Penn State Football: 3 Nittany Lions to Watch Against Ohio State (Leonard- Victory Bell Rings)

Penn State vs. No. 2 Ohio State Game Preview (Slanina- Black Shoe Diaries)

Penn State Football: Franklin Keeping It Close Against Buckeyes (Jones- StateCollege.com)

Penn State Football Recruiting Roundup: October 19, 2016 (Leap- Victory Bell Rings)

Barkley hoping for repeat performance against Ohio State (McGonigal- Centre Daily times)

Penn State Football: James Franklin Ohio State Week Press Conference Recap (Leonard- Victory Bell Rings)

Penn State linebacker returns never likelier than Saturday (Callahan- Lions247)

Penn State’s Trace McSorley on past White Out experiences (Hermitt- PennLive)

Committany Nation: Micah Parsons Transfers, Defensive Tackles, And Much More (Koerbler- Black Shoe Diaries)

Penn State Football: Cabinda, Bell And Cooper In The Mix Heading Into Ohio State (Jones- StateCollege.com)

Penn State practice report: James Franklin to ease Cabinda, Bell back in; asks fans for constant noise (Petrolias- PennLive)

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