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Penn State coach Bill O’Brien talks about limiting to-the-ground hitting in the preseason because of his limited roster.
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John Urschel has been labeled many things by the Penn State Nittany Lions. Some call him a genius with a mean streak. Others simply know him as a burly offensive lineman working on a second master's degree in math.
And now, maybe more important to the team overall, the soft-spoken guard has emerged as an unlikely - but ideal - leader in Happy Valley as Penn State opens preseason...
Welcome to The Sports Bank’s fourth annual college basketball season preview series where we break 111 teams in the 111 days leading up to the opening tip-off of the 2013-2014 season. We will rank the 84 power conference teams (including the new Big East and American Athletic Conferences) and top 27 mid-majors in reverse power ranking order. We’ll break down rosters, transfers...
The Class of 2015 defensive end is set to visit Happy Valley this weekend. What does he hope to see from the Nittany Lions?
One of Penn State’s sanctions after the Sandusky scandal was the forfeiture of the school’s portion of league-shared bowl revenue.
The money was to be distributed evenly across the other 11 members of the conference – including Ohio State. But the Buckeyes have decided to donate their sum – $181,000, to be exact – to two different child-advocacy groups, according...
Due to the sweeping sanctions imposed on Penn State following the Jerry Sandusky scandal, all Big Ten Conference members received a portion of Penn State’s $2.3 million of conference bowl revenue. Each school was allocated approximately $181,000 as a result of the sanctions. Earlier this week, Ohio State announced that it was donating its share to two local child-advocacy organizations...
Penn State's second-year head coach is very open about the mistakes he made as a rookie. He intends to learn from them.
We take a look at those Penn State RBs who are expected to get first-team reps in 2013. Zwinak is back. But who else will see action?
We take a look at those Penn State wideouts who are expected to get first-reps in 2013. The starters are well-known. But who will complement them?