Posted April 15, 2012 on
The Nittany Lions were back in full pads Saturday. Get the lowdown on what went down as Bill O'Brien's team wrapped up the next to last week of spring ball.
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To be the best you have to beat the best. This maxim has been plenty true for Penn State football. Their first national championship squad in 1982 beat No. 1 Georgia. Their second beat No. 1 Miami.
Paterno’s teams had faced eight No. 1 teams when they traveled to South Bend, Indiana, in 1990. Victorious just three times in such matchups, Penn State had recently been victimized...
Penn State recently picked up a huge commitment in four-star Greg Webb out of Timber Creek Regional High in Erial, N.J. So what are the Nittany Lions getting in the No. 10 defensive tackle in the 2013 class? Scout.com takes an in-depth look.
Hershey (Pa.) High offensive tackle Andrew Nelson grew up in a Penn State family cheering for the Nittany Lions. A day after receiving an offer, he is one of them as he committed Sunday.
After interviewing with Michigan, the 41-year-old decides to remain at Penn State. She called the university "home."
Penn State is among his finalists. But a late player has entered the mix for the standout forward from Beaver Falls, Pa.
Photographer Harvey Levine was on hand as the Nittany Lions had their third open practice. Check out his images.
The Penn State football program hosted a variety of prospects on Friday and Saturday; get an update here on how some of the visits went.