Posted October 16, 2012 on
Mark Allen of DeMatha (MD) commits to Penn State, his dream schools, says his coach.
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Maybe playing Iowa isn’t the nightmare Penn State has always thought.
Penn State hasn’t won at Iowa since 1999. Let’s face it, the Nittany Lions haven’t had great success against the Hawkeyes at home either.
Under normal circumstances, we would be talking about what a nightmare it is for Penn State to be playing at Kinnick Stadium at night. Make no mistake...
Penn State picked up its first 2014 class member Monday night when Dematha running back Mark Allen verbally committed to the Nittany Lions.
Allen is a 5-7, 185 pound junior running back that reportedly runs a 4.4 40-yard dash. Through seven games this season, Allen has rushed for 682 yards and four touchdowns on 101 carries. He has also caught six passes for 77 yards....
After putting together four consecutive wins, one against a top 25 team, the Penn State Nittany Lions now turn their attention to Iowa this Saturday.
The team had a bye this week and took advantage of the opportunity to get a few key players healthy and caught up on their schoolwork. They now face a new challenge in Iowa this weekend. The Hawkeyes are coming off a momentum building...
Penn State is hoping Sweet 16 appearance and strong summer showing lead to big things during the 2012-13 campaign..
Penn State has landed the commitment from a floor leader who brings a lot of toughness.
The Penn State staff is getting in on the game early with defensive tackle Ricky Walker. What does he think about PSU?
Penn State will not renew the contract of athletic director Tim
Curley, who has been on leave since being charged last year with
perjury and failing to report a child sex abuse allegation against
Minnesota standout Graham Woodward announced for the Nittany Lions via Twitter. He is currently a high school senior.
The Iowa Players met with the media on Tuesday as they prepared for Penn State. See what they had to say in this video highlight package of interviews.