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Akron freshman transferring to Penn State

Just when it seemed like everyone was transferring out of Penn State, one player is doing the opposite. Redshirt freshman Jared Fagnano is leaving Akron to transfer into Penn State even though the program has been punished by the NCAA for its role in allowing Jerry Sandusky to sexually abuse several children. Fagnano is transferring primarily so he can play with his brother Jake...

Paterno wanted to leave Big Ten after '05 loss?

An excerpt from a new book on Joe Paterno reportedly says the coach wanted to leave the Big Ten.

B1G Countdown to Kickoff talks Penn State

Our friends over at Madtown Badgers have been working hard this week to preview each Big Ten team before the 2012 season. Yesterday it was time to discuss Penn State in the B1G Countdown to Kickoff and I was happy to help kick the show off to talk about the Nittany Lions and offer my pick in the Big Ten this season. Philadelphia Inquirer beat reporter Joe Juliano was also a guest...

Penn State football team adds names to jerseys (Video)

As everyone knows, the Penn State football program is going through some tough times and making some changes. In an effort to give recognition to the players who have decided to stick with the program during the rough road ahead, Coach Bill O'Brien and the players decided to add names to the backs of the team jerseys for the first time ever for the upcoming season. The...

Penn State WR Smith transfers

Wide receiver Devon Smith has transferred from Penn State to Marshall. Marshall coach Doc Holliday announced Smith's transfer Thursday. Smith, a senior, will be eligible to play this season because of the NCAA's penalties against Penn State following the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse case. The 5-foot-7, 147-pound Smith caught 25 passes for 402 yards and two touchdowns...

Penn State Quarterback Matt McGloin Seems to Admit He Was Joking About Tom Brady Comparison

Penn State quarterback Matt McGloin appeared to confirm some suspicions on Friday night. McGloin made headlines by comparing himself to Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, saying, "I don't think we're too far apart." But on Friday night, McGloin seemed to admit that he was, in fact, acting in good-natured fun when he made the comment. He issued the following tweet,...

The only person who cried for the sinister Joe Paterno was himself before death

Renowned sportswriter Joe Posnanski wrote in an upcoming biography that immoral Nittany Lions head coach Joe Paterno “sobbed uncontrollably” after being terminated by Penn State University last November, according to an excerpt of “Paterno” published in GQ. “On Thursday, Paterno … Continue reading →

Gaines Earns Penn State Offer

After a promising visit to Penn State this summer, an official offer followed this afternoon. 2013 S Kasey Gaines discusses his options, including "big-time football" and an Ivy League education.

Penn State saga leads Brown to new life

NORMAN, Okla. — A year ago, wide receiver Justin Brown never could have guessed the situation he’d been in right now.

Curley, Schultz trial gets start date

The trial is scheduled begin early next year for two former Penn State officials accused of lying to a grand jury and burying an allegation of a child's sexual abuse in the Jerry Sandusky scandal. A judge on Friday ordered jury selection in the trial for Tim Curley and Gary Schultz to begin Jan. 7. Dauphin County Judge Todd Hoover is still considering motions by the men'...

Ole Miss sent a recruit 32 letters

Ole Miss sent a Penn State recruit, four star tight end Adam Breneman, 32 hand written letters. While there’s no rule against this, it probably works against the school sending the letters, especially if they all arrive on the same day like Breneman’s did. via @AdamBreneman87
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