Lunchtime Links

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Maryland linebacker Ryan Donohue is transferring to UConn.

UConn coach Paul Pasqualoni will be at ESPN on Monday and have a chat at 1 p.m. on ESPN.com.

Cincinnati has hired a quality control coach for the offense -- Withrow High coach Doc Gamble.

USF picked up a verbal commitment from 6-foot-7 defensive end Daniel Perry of Fort Lauderdale. Meanwhile, former Bucs player Chris Hovan is working as a volunteer in the weight room at USF.

Ten Syracuse football players will head to Fort Drum Friday to spend time with the 10th Mountain Division’s 3rd Brigade Combat Team.

Syracuse coach Doug Marrone talked about the need to keep the best high school talent in the state of New York. The Orange lost out on another top talent when quarterback Chad Kelly chose Clemson.

Matt Lindamood is working hard for West Virginia this summer. And a look at the team's depth chart.

The Big 33 game between the best high school players in Pennsylvania and Ohio is tomorrow, and plenty of Big East recruits will be in the game. Here is the Pennsylvania roster and Ohio roster with players headed to Rutgers, Pittsburgh and UConn, West Virginia and Cincinnati.

Pittsburgh picked up a verbal commitment from three-star defensive end Myles Hilliard.