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Penn State Loses Two Offensive Linemen

Two offensive linemen are no longer on the roster, with one retiring for medical reasons and another looking to transfer out of the program.

It has been reported that Penn State offensive lineman Noah Beh will opt to transfer, with sources confirming he will opt to finish his college career at Delaware.

Beh played 13 games as a Nittany Lion, and spent most of his playing time in special teams. He was also suspended for most of last season while still being allowed to practice. He spent the season with the scout team.

Noah was a Bill O’Brien commit that spent his first season redshirting. James Franklin spoke highly of Beh during the spring, but by the time the fall arrived, Beh was deep in the depth chart. Due to his indefinite suspension last season, all of his playing time came in 2015.

Additionally, tackle Brendan Brosnan has decided to leave the team and retire from football for medical reasons. Brosnan, who was among the first commitments under James Franklin, was expected to compete for a backup role this upcoming season. After redshirting in 2014, he played in eight games as a redshirt freshman in 2015 and saw a total of 13 plays this past fall as a redshirt sophomore.

We wish Noah and Brendan the best of luck in all their future endeavors!