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After a promising visit to Penn State this summer, an official offer followed this afternoon. 2013 S Kasey Gaines discusses his options, including "big-time football" and an Ivy League education.
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An excerpt from a new book on Joe Paterno reportedly says the coach wanted to leave the Big Ten.
As everyone knows, the Penn State football program is going through some tough times and making some changes. In an effort to give recognition to the players who have decided to stick with the program during the rough road ahead, Coach Bill O'Brien and the players decided to add names to the backs of the team jerseys for the first time ever for the upcoming season.
The new book coming out this week “Paterno” the biography about legendary(?) coach Joe Paterno has been quoted in many stories so far since its release to the media.
We’ve heard about him crying after being fired and learned that he didn’t even know what some of the words meant that Sandusky was being charged of, but reporter<a href="http://www.pennlive.com/midstate...
Penn State's all important 2012 recruiting class got a little bigger over the weekend as Hialeah, Fla. linebacker Gary Wooten joined the Nittany Lions.
To many fans, it may seem like an odd time to add to the recruiting class this late, but what about this last nine months hasn't been odd for this program. Wooten, a 6-3, 225 pounder, begins practice today.
Wooten was actually...
Penn State quarterback Matt McGloin appeared to confirm some suspicions on Friday night. McGloin made headlines by comparing himself to Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, saying, "I don't think we're too far apart." But on Friday night, McGloin seemed to admit that he was, in fact, acting in good-natured fun when he made the comment. He issued the following tweet,...
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Ole Miss sent a Penn State recruit, four star tight end Adam Breneman, 32 hand written letters. While there’s no rule against this, it probably works against the school sending the letters, especially if they all arrive on the same day like Breneman’s did.