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Penn State will play in prime time twice in the fall, in back-to-back weeks no less. Penn State's road game at Iowa will be aired on Big Ten Network on October 20, with a start time set for 8 p.m. Eastern. The following week, in Beaver Stadium, the Nittany Lions will host Ohio State at 6 p.m. on ESPN or ESPN 2.
We will keep tabs on kickoff times and TV listings on the schedule page, which has been updated.
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Penn State University has hired two public relations firms to help it deal with the continuing fallout from the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal.
The university announced Wednesday that it's retained Edelman and La Torre Communications. The firms will be paid about $2.5 million over the next year.
Penn State says the firms will communicate with current and prospective...
FBS newcomer UMass will play Penn State in 2014 in an early-season nonconference game in Happy Valley.
UMass announced the Sept. 20, 2014 matchup in a statement over the weekend.
The game also allows Penn State coach Bill O'Brien to host a team from his home state. O'Brien was born Dorchester, Mass., and raised in the Boston suburb of Andover.
O'Brien also has notoriety...
At least according to our friends over at Maroon Musket. The guys over at the UMass blog made note that the announcement of Penn State and UMass getting set up to play a game in Beaver Stadium in 2014 made the front page of ESPN.com's college football page.
Over the weekend UMass confirmed a number of future non-conference games for the Minutemen, including the September 20...
The family of Joe Paterno turned down an offer from Penn State University, which sought to rename Beaver Stadium after the late college football leader in Division 1 coaching victories, according to a report from The Patriot-News yesterday.
How about Child Rape Stadium instead? That way you can name it after Paterno’s right hand man of many years Jerry Sandusky. I just realized...
Where does Penn State defensive tackle Devon Still line up for the 2012 NFL Draft? Photo: Getty Images.
The 2012 NFL Draft is just about here, so we decided to fire up the football podcast for a quick preview. Eric Galko, Director of Scouting from Optimum Scouting, checked in for today's Nittany Lions Den Football Podcast. We discuss a number of Penn State's NFL-hopefuls...
A.J. Long is one of the top athletes in the Pennsylvania class of 2014 and he has been making his rounds visiting schools. Penn State and Temple were his most recent trips.
Glassboro (N.J.) High running back Corey Clement's latest offer came from Penn State, pushing his total to double digits, which is a long way from the Rutgers one he held for months before other teams stepped forward. Clement spoke to Scout.com about his latest offer, and what recruiting in the future holds.
Johnson will camp at Penn State this summer. Two former teammates are in PSU's Class of 2012. Another one is already on campus.
Teammates Uceta and Sorrenti hope to score offers after camping at Penn State this summer. They were on campus for the Blue-White Game.