Posted August 28, 2012 on
FightOnState.com's Greg Pickel and Mark Brennan give the lowdown on the new Penn State coach's first regular-season press conference at Beaver Stadium.
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[DailyCollegian] Penn State students returning to State College for the fall semester made the weekend a busy one for local police.
Alcohol-related incidents topped the weekend activities with 27 reports of underage drinking and four reports of driving under the influence, according to the Penn State University Police Daily Activity and Fire Log.
Nine people were transported to...
As the new era of Penn State football continues to take shape before us, the program is making some changes to their gameday traditions at Beaver Stadium. The first, and most notable, change was the inclusion of player names on jerseys. A newer change that just came out today has to deal with the Blue Band's playlist, and the exclusion of "Sweet Caroline" from...
Former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno's voluminous FBI file contains threatening letters sent to him and his staff years ago but nothing about his former assistant Jerry Sandusky, convicted of molesting boys.
Paterno's 868-page file contains the fallout from a series of threatening letters from someone dubbed A Bitter Father. The author blames Paterno for family problems...
Penn State is sticking with kicker Sam Ficken.
The sophomore had an extra-point attempt blocked and missed four kicks in last week's 17-16 loss at Virginia, including the potential game-winner from 42 yards in a heavy drizzle.
Coach Bill O'Brien said Tuesday that Ficken is working hard to improve. He said everything else needs to get better, too, like the protection, snaps...
No. 8 Penn State was coming off a close win over Syracuse, looking to get back its groove. The Bobcats of Ohio were coming to Happy Valley, offering up a chance for the Nittany Lions to showcase why they deserved to be in the top 5. Penn State would come away with a convincing 42-3 victory.
Apologies to everyone of our loyal readers/viewers for not having any videos posted over...
Penn State bans Sweet Caroline; should have done it years ago.
The two-time defending NCAA champions once again face a strong schedule. It begin with the annual intrasquad match at Rec Hall Nov. 1.
As students head back to State College, Pennsylvania to start their fall semesters at Penn State this week, one particular student’s experience may be more memorable than others; but not for a good reason.
Justin Strine, a model student, and member of the University’s ROTC program, spent much of his summer in jail and recently saw his dreams of being an officer in the military...
Get the latest on the Nittany Lion squad from senior linebacker Michael Mauti here.
[Yahoo] The Ohio football team will be wearing special decals on its helmets to honor victims of child abuse when it meets Penn State next Saturday in the season opener for both teams.
The Bobcats’ equipment staff has been working with the Penn State athletic department to design the stickers, which will mirror patches worn by the Nittany Lions throughout the season.
Watch FOS Editor Mark Brennan and the Nitwits crew as the preview Penn State's opening clash with Ohio and the 2012 season.