Found May 03, 2012 on
Nittany Lions Den:
Quick scheduling note form Penn State athletics this afternoon. Penn State's home game against Northwestern has been scheduled for a noon kickoff on October 6. TV broadcast information will be released later so it is unknown if the game will air on Big Ten Network or one of the ESPN outlets.
Don't forget, the October 6 game against the Wildcats is also Homecoming, so plan accordingly. Here is the updated 2012 schedule.
Follow Nittany Lion's Den on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.
BEST OF MAXIM
Remember when Penn State quarterback Rob Bolden got in to a little legal snafu a few months back? Bolden was caught shoplifting a bottle of Gatorade, and then-interim head coach Tom Bradley said he returned the bottle unopened. Apparently it was a minor prank. While still dumb when you put pen to paper, nobody was harmed in that incident.
Or what about when Matt McGloin got knocked...
Penn State landed its third recruit in the 2012 class, in-state power forward Donovon Jack, according to PennLive.com. Jack had formerly signed with Duquesne, but was released from his letter of intent when new head coach Jim Ferry was hired. Jack joins power forward Brandon Taylor and shooting guard Akosa Maduegbunam in the Nittany Lions [...]
No related posts.
The judge in former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky's child sex-abuse case is ruling against a prosecution effort to rein in defense subpoenas.
Judge John Cleland issued an order Thursday that denied a prosecution motion filed a week ago that argued Sandusky's lawyers had improperly issued subpoenas.
Cleland's decision came a few hours after defense...
Penn State administrators charged with lying to the grand jury investigating Jerry Sandusky filed court documents Friday that argued prosecutors have not produced enough evidence to support the perjury charges against them.
Athletic director Tim Curley, now on leave, and retired vice president for business Gary Schultz outlined the reasons they believe charges should be thrown out...
Seeking to make amends for the Penn State child sex scandal, the university said it has given more than $1.1 million in football bowl revenues to its new center for child abuse research and treatment.
The Center for the Protection of Children, started in the wake of child sex abuse allegations against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, will offer treatment for abused...
Penn State alumni elected three new members to the university board of trustees, including a well-known former football player who recovered from a spinal cord injury and a businessman who has criticized the board's actions after Jerry Sandusky's arrest in a child sex-abuse scandal.
Alumni elected lawyer Adam Taliaferro, who played for the late coach Joe Paterno; prominent...
Penn State's men's volleyball team had their national title hopes dashed last night. The No. 8 Nittany Lions went down 3-1 to No. 2 UC Irvine in the national semifinals last night in Los Angeles. Congrats to the volleyball team on what was a fine season.
The gang over at Black Shoe Diaries took some time to rehash the Alabama game from last fall. Uhhhh, thanks for that reminder...
An academic year that no Penn State senior was prepared for comes to a close this week when the university holds graduation ceremonies.
Nearly 13,000 diplomas will be awarded this weekend across the Penn State system. In State College, more than 8,500 undergraduates are finishing their bachelor's degrees at the system's main University Park campus.
The same sprawling campus...
Prosecutors didn't have all the facts before filing charges against two administrators in the Penn State sex abuse case, lawyers for the men said after the attorney general's office changed the date of a key allegation that former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky sexually assaulted a boy in a locker room shower.
Tim Curley, on leave as athletic director, and Gary...
The expressions spoke louder than words on the faces of hundreds of Penn State fans gathered in Camp Hill, as they waited to hear, many for the first time, from the first new head football coach at Penn State in more than four decades.
Penn State's Coaches Caravan kicked off this week heading to the Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington DC regions for four stops over the first two days. Get a look at the event through the eyes of participating fans.
Mark Brennan and Mark Harrington go over where the Penn State offense stands heading into the summer. Who projects as the MVP? Who must step up? They tackle those questions and more.