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Penn State received its fourth verbal commitment on Friday night when the nation's top tight end, Adam Breneman, announced his commitment at Cedar Cliff High School.
Adam Breneman chose Penn State over his other finalist, Ohio State, Maryland, and Notre Dame. Breneman also holds scholarship offers from over 30 schools across the nation, including Alabama, Stanford, and Florida...
Say what you want about Joe Paterno, but when he passed away on January 22, 2012, the college football world lost an icon. The Penn State alumni magazine finally took appropriate action by paying tribute to the legendary coach. The March/April 2012 issue of The Penn Stater is fully dedicated to coach Joe Paterno and all the lives he positively affected. In the words of former PSU...
For the first time since 2007, Indiana and its fans tasted victory in a postseason game. Not since that year’s opening round win over Gonzaga in the NCAA Tournament had a Hoosier team won a Big Ten Tournament or NCAA Tournament game. Today, Indiana bested Penn State exactly as they should have, 75-58, controlling the game’s final 30 minutes.
Unfortunately, the news is not all...
Gov. Tom Corbett said Thursday that he wishes former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno had done more after telling university officials about child molestation accusations against one of his assistant coaches.
Corbett also said in an interview with WPVI-TV in Philadelphia that he and his fellow Penn State trustees were right to fire the legendary Paterno last fall even though...
Penn State's new head football coach is slated to talk to former Nittany Lions Keith "Goon" Conlin and Tim Sweeney Thursday evening. You can listen right here.
Coach Tom Crean met with the media following the Hoosiers’ 75-58 win over Penn State in the opening round of the Big Ten Tournament on Thursday afternoon. Listen to the press conference in the embedded media player below:
(Thanks to Inside Indiana for passing along the audio.)
It’s going to be awful hard for the anti-O’Brien Penn State alums to keep hating on Bill O’Brien, especially after he just delivered Adam Breneman, the No. 1 TE recruit in the class of 2013.
Brenamen is BOB’s first 5-star recruit and Bobs first true recruiting class already looks better than Pus’s 2012 class.
Chillax, it’s Friday. We’ll get the whole story up tomorrow.
They put together the big late innings again, and won another in comeback style. So far, so good for the Diamond Dogs. But this time victory came at a serious cost as two starters went down with injuries in Mississippi State’s 10-6 decision over visiting Penn State.
Penn State received a commitment from Red Bank Regional High (Little Silver, N.J.) standout Garrett Sickels over the weekend. He plays defensive end, linebacker and tight end in high school, and is going to Penn State as a defensive. Scout.com took a look at his junior highlight tape and also used an in-person evaluation to provide a Scout's Take on the Penn State pledge.
Scout five-star tight end Adam Breneman announced his collegiate choice today, selecting the Nittany Lions over Ohio State, Notre Dame and Maryland.
Check out what went down as the nation's top tight end picked Penn State Friday evening. Harvey Levine was on hand to capture the event in images.
Via IUAthletics on YouTube:
Get an exclusive, inside update on how the Penn State rookies who redshirted last season have progressed to date in practices and conditioning.
The star tight end is now intent on helping Penn State land a top recruiting class. He went to work on it Friday night. VIDEO INCLUDED.