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In the meantime, here is some of what you will find in our next issue, which will mail next week:
Keen to continue his quick rise, sophomore defensive end Jack Crawford is a one-man British Invasion
Lest He Forget
Brandon Ware carries a tattoo as a reminder of where he came from and where he's going
DeOn'tae Pannell and Matt Stankiewitch went their separate ways for a year before reuniting as projected starters on the offensive line
A.J. Price hopes to grow into a prominent role in the Penn State passing game this season
Head for the Game
Hard-hitting cornerback D'Anton Lynn has been around the highest levels of football his entire life
Hits & Misses
Looking back at the Young Lions from our 2008 issue
Where are They Now?
Catching up with the first group of Young Lions who were featured in FOS
Photo of the Month
A group of newcomers receives the poster treatment in this month's issue
Six true freshmen to keep an eye on during the 2009 season
Unwilling to end his career on the sideline, injury-plagued tight end Brennan Coakley gets back in the game
Aiming high has helped diminutive Jeremy Boone emerge as one of the nation's top punters
Playing it Cool
Collin Wagner looks to win Penn State's vacant place-kicker position by maintaining his composure
Long snapper Andrew Pitz is content not to be the Nittany Lions' center of attention
Family ties help lead high school standout Taran Buie to State College and, ultimately, Penn State