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Jerry Kill: Gophers won't openly recruit Penn State players

After being hit with harsh penalties, football players at Penn State can transfer to any school they want without sitting out a year. But the Gophers won't be shopping for any of the Nittany Lions. Head coach Jerry Kill says if those players come calling, he'll listen, but until that happens he wants to concentrate on the Gophers.
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