Well, here is the reason why Scranton Prep grad Noah Beh isn’t on Penn State’s spring roster: Lions247 is reporting that Beh has decided to transfer to Delaware.

Of course, since Delaware is an FCS program, Beh will be eligible to play this fall, which he can do as a redshirt junior. His Nittany Lions career ends with him appearing in 13 games — all during the 2015 season, and all as a backup offensive lineman.

It turns out, this has been a busy day for offensive tackles leaving the football program. Lions247 is also reporting that junior Brendan Brosnan is also going to be off the roster (he was on the one released this morning).


Brosnan played in 10 games as a backup tackle the last two seasons, including the Rutgers and Michigan State blowouts in 2016.