Posted November 19, 2012 on
Chauncey Scissum is one of New York’s most versatile prospects, and he has solid size at 6-foot-1, 175 pounds. He pledged to Old Dominion over the summer, but other schools remain on his radar – with Penn State being one of the more recent programs in on him. The three-star visited Happy Valley over the weekend for a closer look.
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According to BuzzFeed, this photo of Elmo receiving a Penn State t-shirt was taken down from the university’s Flickr page in light of recent events surrounding Elmo. In case you were wondering,...
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In some ways it's a shame that the news of the past few days has taken away from a great late season matchup between the Badgers and Penn State, however our editor Andy got a chance to sit down earlier today and explore the Big Ten expansion, what's been going on on the field in the Big Ten, and finally talk about the Badgers vs. Penn State with our fellow Bloguin friends...
It is hard not to root for a guy like Michael Mauti. After battling back from a pair of ACL injuries to perform at the level he has during his Penn State career and to represent the football program at a time when true leadership was needed in the fashion he has this season it is no wonder he has become a fan favorite.
After going down with a knee injury in a win against Indiana...
Surrounded by microphones and recorders, Penn State defensive coordinator Ted Roof stared into the distance as if in a daze. Tears welled up in Roof's eyes when the subject turned to injured senior Michael Mauti.
The fiery Mauti is so much more than a linebacker to the Nittany Lions.
''He means so much to me, personally,'' Roof said in a soft voice. ''...
Penn State star linebacker Michael Mauti will miss Saturday's season finale against Wisconsin with a left knee injury.
Coach Bill O'Brien made the announcement Monday. The team's worst fears came true after Mauti was carted off the field during the 45-22 win last week over Indiana.
Mauti's college career came to an early end. The senior leader and emotional anchor...
Alex Officer wanted to wait until the Holidays to get into his recruitment, and he is hitting the ground running. The latest stop for New York's top offensive lineman was Happy Valley over the weekend.
Arguably the surprise team of the Big Ten this season, Penn State looks to get win number eight and clinch second place in the Big Ten Leaders Division. Badger Nation gets the inside scoop on this week's opponent from Fight on State publisher Mark Brennan.
Penn State senior guard Tim Frazier, a preseason candidate for both the Wooden and Naismith national player of the year awards, will miss the remainder of the 2012-13 season due to an injury suffered in the Nittany Lions’ third game of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off in Bayamon, Puerto Rico.
Penn State team doctors diagnosed Frazier with a ruptured Achilles tendon in hisleft leg upon...
Penn State coaches and players talk about the team's senior leader, who sustained a knee injury in Saturday's home win over Indiana.
Mark Brennan and Penn State sports historian Lou Prato break down the Nittany Lion coaches' last weekly press conference of the season.
Penn State beat Indiana 45-22 Saturday at Beaver Stadium and there should’ve been a lot of things to celebrate.
The only problem was there were more tears than celebration.
Michael Mauti’s injury muted much of the enjoyment. Tears flowed freely from his parents, coaches and teammates. And when the entire stadium could see Mauti himself on the giant scoreboards...
See how Penn State's super sophomore turned a screen pass into the Nittany Lions' longest play from scrimmage of the season in a win over Indiana.
Check out some of the sights from the Penn State football team's weekday workout on the fields near Lasch Building
The massive offensive lineman was on hand when Penn State took on Indiana over the weekend. Get an update on how his visit to Happy Valley went.