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Teammates Lawry and Morrison were on hand or the Nittany Lions' win over Temple Saturday. See where things stand with their recruitment.
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Recruiting Hotline: Brian Dohn gives us his take on Penn State's 2013 recruiting class and more.
According to a report by StateCollege.com's Nate Mink this morning, quarterback-turned-tight end Paul Jones is no longer with the team. The offensive package Jones had been adapted to has been dropped as a possible result according to a source in the initial report.
This was at least the second time Jones questioned his role on the team. He said following...
NCAA President Mark Emmert said recently that he hopes he will never have to punish another school in the manner he punished Penn State. Some may think this means he doesn’t want to ever be as harsh again, but what he was referring to was the unprecedented powers granted to him by the Infractions Committee in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
The committee allowed him to...
Tanner Hartman, an offensive lineman who had previously committed to Maryland, reverses field and pledges to the Nittany Lions.
Penn State's starting quarterback takes exception to a question about whether this year's offense is better than last season's.
See what Penn State's play-making "Mike" linebacker had to say when he met the media this week. He talked about his role on the team, this week's Big Ten opener at Illinois and more.
Time once again to answer some questions for this week's edition of the Blue White Roundtable. Be sure to visit the redesigned Black Shoe Diaries (I'm getting used to the new look) later on for a full recap from the Penn State blogosphere. The topic this week, of course, is Penn State's Big Ten opener against Illinois this Saturday at noon eastern.
1. Our ground attack...
Pomptom Lakes (N.J.) High receiver Corey Flynn made an unofficial visit to Penn State for the win against Temple, and the class of 2014 prospect spoke to FOXSportsNEXT about it.
A key witness - Victim 1 - against former Penn State assistant
football coach Jerry Sandusky has a book deal and will soon reveal