Nov 23, 2013; University Park, PA, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions defensive end C.J. Olaniyan (86) defends against Nebraska Cornhuskers quarterback Ron Kellogg III (12) during the third quarter at Beaver Stadium. Nebraska defeated Penn State 23-20 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Matthew O'Haren- USA TODAY Sports

Penn State Football Morning Briefing: Ryan Keiser Previewed, C.J. Olaniyan a Key Part of Pass Rush, and Other News

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Monday’s Penn State news is a mix of season previews and recruiting news. Defensive end Garrett Sickels and senior safety Ryan Keiser are both previewed. Redshirt offensive tackle Andrew Nelson is ranked by PennLive as the No. 22 most important Nittany Lion this season.

Elsewhere, Black Shoe Diaries continues its series of looking at past Penn State games with a recap of the Nittany Lions’ dramatic 14-10 Fiesta Bowl victory over Miami in 1987 to win the National Championship. Also, defensive end C.J. Olaniyan is expected to be the lead pass rusher for the Nittany Lions in 2014 and offensive guard Miles Dieffenbach could possibly return from his serious knee injury before the end of the season.

Morning Links:

Penn State Football Player Preview: Defensive End Garrett Sickels (Sion- Victory Bell Rings)

Breaking down Penn State’s most important players: No. 22 OT Andrew Nelson (Flounders- PennLive)

Penn State Football Player Preview: Safety Ryan Keiser (Leonard- Victory Bell Rings)

After a surprising 2013, Penn State defensive end C.J. Olaniyan expected to lead outside pass rush (Flounders- PennLive)

My Favorite Game: Penn State 14, Miami-FL 10 (Black Shoe Diaries)

Penn State guard Miles Dieffenbach targeting possible late-season return from knee injury (Flounders- PennLive)

Penn State Football: Five Star Settle Eying Nittany Lions (Jones-

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