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It's no wonder why some people think the likes of ESPN or Sports Illustrated have an agenda when it comes to certain stories. Whether it's taking down Syracuse (ESPN) or Penn State (both) there has been a perceived bias. Well, yesterday SI hinted a blockbuster, scathing report that would break things wide open in State College, PA.
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Penn State and Pittsburgh have an agreement in place to play four football games between 2016 and 2019. What started out as a two-year schedule agreement was expanded to four games and it looks as though there is a discussion to make this an even longer standing agreement than initially expected. As the ACC is holding annual conference meetings, Pittsburgh Athletics Director Steve...
Penn State and Pittsburgh are scheduled to begin a four-game series in 2016, a mere 1,214 days from now, but as ACC and Big Ten spring meetings are taking place in separate locations this week there is a fresh buzz about the series. Quotes coming out of both schools have suggested there is a chance we could see the series continue beyond the 2019 game, the fourth in the four-game...
Penn State guard Jermaine Marshall, the team's second-leading scorer, is foregoing his senior year of eligibility to pursue a professional career.
The team announced the surprise move in a statement Wednesday. Marshall is on schedule to graduate this summer.
Coach Patrick Chambers said Marshall cited turning pro as in the best interests of the player's son and family. Marshall...
Sports Illustrated has released a summary of the 23-page report documenting the medical accusations it brings upon Penn State.
Penn State basketball was supposed to have a chance in 2013-14, a chance to be a challenger for an upper division finish in the Big Ten. Well, that assumption took a massive hit on Wednesday as star guard Jermaine Marshall announced he is forgoing his senior season and instead will take his talents into the professional ranks.
It just won't be the NBA, as he missed...
Penn State's athletic department is vigorously defending itself
against a report questioning the quality of medical care for
The school's proactive response to a critical Sports Illustrated story marks a significant change of philosophy in dealing with controversy.
Penn State's athletic department is vigorously defending itself against a report questioning the quality of medical care for national football league players., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/psu-defends-medical-changes-after-report
Penn State's Charlie Fisher stopped by to evaluate the Canadian QB Tuesday. Where do the Nittany Lions stand?
Penn State guard giving up his final season of eligibility so he can focus on his career after basketball and family.
The article is critical of Penn State football's medical and training staffs. In a conference call with beat writers, the Nittany Lion coach said the piece is "irresponsible, reckless and wrong."
Florida State quarterback commit J.J. Cosentino was offered by Penn State recently, and he have his thoughts on whether it means anything to his recruitment.
Just when it appeared Penn State basketball was in good shape, we learned today that redshirt junior Jermaine Marshall will forgo his final season of eligibility and pursue a professional basketball career. Head coach Patrick Chambers made the following statement regarding Marshall in a press release: “Jermaine and I have had several discussions recently regarding…
Upper Marlboro, Md., four-star safety Marcus Allen committed to Penn State on Friday, and he spoke to FOX Sports NEXT about his decision, and which prospect he already is in touch with to join him.