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I'm speaking to you this week about two feelings that we have all faced at some point: regret and indecision.
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This game was a classic Homecoming beatdown delivered against an inferior Big Ten foe. Coming off a controversial overtime loss at Michigan (a game which, would lead to the eventual adoption of instant replay in college football), Penn State was looking to take their frustrations out on someone, and that someone just happened to be a Northwestern team that was missing its starting...
Trevor Turner from ESPN Williamsport up in Pennsylvania had be back on his show The Locker Room this week to talk a little football. Since it is Pennsylvania we get into the Nittany Lions and how good this Penn State team actually is now that they are ranked in the initial BCS Standings. The answer may surprise some folks, but not most people.We also get into the overall BCS picture...
Now in their 16th season of previewing Penn State football games, Nirav Dalal and Mark Harrington bring back the FOS Blitz — the premier gameday guide for Nittany Lion fans. Check out the Northwestern game edition.
Penn State wants fans to vote for its all-time football team -- segregated into one team from 1950-2010 and another legacy team (1887-1949).
It's all part of the celebration of the 125th year of football at Penn State, and, believe it or not, Joe Paterno has not been there for half of those years, but it's darn close. But he did start in 1950 as an assistant coach, and...
The Sports Xchange takes you inside Northwestern's next opponent, the Penn State Nittany Lions.
We caught up with the Lady Lion guards at Penn State women's basketball Media Day at the Jordan Center Thursday.
The loss of four-star OL J.J. Denman to Wisconsin is a blow for Penn State, and is it becoming a trend for the Nittany Lions? Rivals.com analyst Mike Farrell answers that and more in this week's Mid-Atlantic mailbag.
Northwestern is looking to get back in the win column, and they face a tough challenge in the 25th-ranked Penn State Nittany Lions. Can the Wildcats pull out a win on homecoming? PurpleWildcats.com takes you inside the matchup to find who has the edge.
A pair of goals within 120 seconds turned a tie game into a 3-1 victory for No. 14 Penn State against the Michigan State women's soccer team on Friday afternoon at DeMartin Stadium. The loss drops MSU to 12-5-0, 5-4-0 in Big Ten play; the Nittany Lions improve to 15-3, and maintain a stranglehold on the top spot in the Big Ten standings with a 8-1-0 mark.
Fight On State digs deeper into one of the most daunting tasks for Penn State Saturday — preparing for Northwestern quarterback Dan Persa.