Found September 17, 2012 on
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Penn State hosted Military Appreciation Day over the weekend as they hosted Navy in football. The day was filled with pageantry, including a military fly over, a parade of champions and salutes to our nation's veterans and those currently serving. The Penn State Blue Band also paid tribute to the different services of the armed forces during their halftime show. They have done this show before of course, but I thought it was worth sharing as seen from the press box, in case you can't get a good feel for what is going on.
I will be honest, I was not sure if the first tribute was to honor the Navy or the Coast Guard with this ship, and I missed the announcement and could not make out the music too well from my spot at the time. I think it was the Coast Guard but if anyone can confirm, please do so.
Next up was the Army, with a tank...
... followed by a salute to the Navy with an anchor(or Coast Guard - again, confused so please help me out)...
... next up, the Ma...
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The pregame flyover prior to Penn State's week three game against Navy was pretty cool, but few images will resonate the way the postgame singing of the Penn State Alma Mater will for me, and I can only imagine that those with much closer ties and bonds to the Penn State community will agree.
One of the new Penn State traditions head coach Bill O'Brien is bringing to the...
It has been a while since we shared some photos with you, so I felt it was time to do so. Here is my photo set from Penn State's 34-7 win against Navy this past weekend.
Some of these photos have been added to the Nittany Lions Den Flickr group, which is open to all to join and share photos. From time to time we will share some of the photos found on the Flickr...
When the sun rose over Mount Nittany on Saturday morning, it had been 10 torturous months since Penn State last won a football game, and even longer since the Nittany Lions emerged victorious from Beaver Stadium.
Granted, in college football, 10 months isn't all that long. Not with an eight-month offseason, anyway. But for most in and around the Penn State program, the wait...
St. John's College (Washington, D.C.) class of 2014 cornerback Omar Truitt took in Penn State's win against Navy on Saturday, and he spoke to FOXSportsNEXT about what he called a "perfect" day. He also explained what the staff is saying about an offer.
Penn State football's new era has cleared another hurdle.
The 34-7 win over Navy was the first victory for rookie coach Bill O'Brien. It was also the first win since the NCAA slammed the school with strict sanctions in July.
Linebacker Michael Mauti led the defense with 12 tackles. He says the win moves Penn State (1-2) another ''page forward'' and gives...
A new NCAA task force will come up with guidelines for how to distribute the record $60 million fine that Penn State has agreed to pay in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
The money will fund programs designed to combat child sexual abuse and help victims around the country.
The 10-member task force was announced Tuesday. The group will set policy and hire a third-party administrator...
Navy fell to Penn State 34-7 on Saturday afternoon. GoMids.com grades every aspect of the Mids performance against the Nittany Lions.
Dunmore High offensive tackle James McHale camped at Penn State in June, and caught the eye of offensive line coach Mac McWhorter.
Penn State wide receiver Allen Robinson is named to the Biletnikoff Award Watch List after a fast start to his sophomore season.
Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant football coach who
in June was convicted of 45 counts of sex abuse against boys, is
scheduled to be sentenced Oct. 9.
Ted Roof's charges came up big in Penn State's easy victory over the Midshipmen Saturday. The unit forced four more turnovers and improve on third downs.
Two former Penn State administrators facing charges related to
the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal are seeking to be tried
There's little doubt former Penn State assistant football coach
Jerry Sandusky faces a long prison sentence. In a few weeks, he'll
find out just how long.
Clearfield (Pa.) High outside linebacker Christian Lezzer knows all about Penn State since he grew up near the campus and had a pair of family members play for the Nittany Lions. On Saturday, he made an unofficial visit for the Navy game and he spoke with FOXSportsNEXT about it.