Cup of Joe: Penn State basketball set for European tour

Monday was quite a slow day it seemed, so our Cup of Joe this morning is rather brief. Bill O'Brien will be on HBO's Real Sports tonight at 10 p.m. I don't have HBO so somebody please fill me in tomorrow, OK?

Most indispensable players at Penn State include Allen Robinson and Mike Hull. [ESPN]

What is Penn State getting with running back Nick Scott in the Class of 2014? [Lions 247]

Did Jabrill Peppers visit Penn State or not? A Penn State recruiting round-up. [Victory Bell Rings]

The state's lawsuit against the NCAA netted a two-hour court hearing on Monday. It could be a few weeks before learning if the case will be allowed to continue. [AP]

Penn State men's basketball will play a European basketball tour in August with multiple games in Belgium as well as stops in Paris, France and London, England. [PSU]

Around the Big Ten

Jim Delany, still a wealthy individual. [USA Today]

Big Ten assistant coaches, also wealthy. [Detroit Free Press]

Illinois could be a favorite for former Oklahoma State QB Wes Lunt. [ESPN]

In Scores of Other Games

Danny Woodson, a former Alabama wide receiver, is transferring to South Alabama. Woodson was suspended for a violation of team rules this spring. [AP]

Speaking of Alabama, shards of Alabama's 2012 BCS championship trophy auctioned off for $105,000. The trophy had an original value of $30,000. [FOX Sports South]

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