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Crystal Ball Run:
If there is one thing we have learned about Bill O'Brien over the course of the last calendar year, it may be that he is a relentless and fearless leader. Now, with days to go the Big Ten's coach of the year is working on putting together a surprisingly decent recruiting class in his first full recruiting cycle, despite being faced head one with stiff scholarship reductions and a postseason ban. As the Penn State community was just coming to grips with the tragic reality of the situation following the fallout of the Jerry Sandusky scandal that resulted in the forced removal of Joe Paterno, the university president, athletic director and another administrator, the future looked bleak for Penn State. The hiring of O'Brien was far from a satisfactory hiring by many vocal Penn Staters, including former players perhaps still blinded by the entire situation. Quickly, O'Brien acted and started winning over the fans, players and alumni by telling it like he saw it. His ho...
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One of the tallest players on No. 7 Penn State's roster is one of the most soft-spoken members of the team.
Six-foot-4 center Nikki Greene has taken her aggression out in the paint, scrambling for rebounds and maneuvering down low in the post.
She's been the perfect complement for prolific shooting guard Maggie Lucas and playmaker Alex Bentley during the Lady Lions'...
Jerry Sandusky’s name appeared in the URL of an article written on Sporting News that had nothing to do with him. The article is actually about Penn State hockey and is titled “Penn State hockey a hot property in first D-I season.” Kind of odd, don’t you think?
Here’s proof (courtesy of Onward State):
The only answer for why Sandusky’s name is in that URL is because...
It's safe to say this season hasn't been easy on the Wisconsin women's basketball team, but all of that changed a bit on Thursday night as the Badgers (10-11, 2-6 B1G) earned their biggest victory of the Bobbie Kelsey era, taking down No. 7 Penn State, 63-61 on the strength of a last second rebound and put back by Tiera Stephen and a career high 33 points from guard Morgan...
Final: Penn State 67 – Iowa 76 Penn State is now 8-13 (0-9 in the Big Ten) after losing on the road tonight at 14-7 Iowa. This was a game full of mini-runs that would eventually be answered by bigger Iowa runs. Penn State started the game on fire, getting out to a 10-3 lead, then…
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AOL's Sporting News syndicated an article today that was originally posted over at the Sports Business Journal covering Penn State's Division I hockey team and how they're drawing a ton of interest around the state of Pennsylvania. On the surface the story is a nice read, but when you examine the URL for the article at Sporting News things become a bit fuzzy.
Penn State Nittany Lions (8-12, 0-8 in the Big Ten) at Iowa Hawkeyes (13-7, 2-5 in the Big Ten) When: Thursday, January 31st, at 8:00 PM Where: Carver-Hawkeye Arena, Iowa TV: ESPNU Penn State head coach Patrick Chambers is 0-12 in Big Ten road games so far in two seasons with Penn State, and will…
Penn State Coach Pat Chambers met with the media Thursday after his team's 76-67 loss at Iowa. See what he had to say in this post-game video of his press conference.
Two-way Pennsylvania high school standout is running on for the Nittany Lions, where he'll be a defensive back.
Maryland, Pitt, and Penn State are in Madaras' Top 3.
Tony Ramos' pin at 133 keyed a Hawkeye upset of #1-ranked Penn State.
The son of the wide receiver who made "The Catch" is running on to the Penn State football team. See what went into the younger Garrity's decision.
The run-on athlete from the Harrisburg area can't wait to get to Penn State to start chasing his dream. He believes he can make an early impact on special teams.
Morgan Paige scored a career-high 33 points to lead Wisconsin to a 63-61 upset over seventh-ranked Penn State on Thursday night.
Tiera Stephens scored the game-winner on a putback with 5 seconds left to end the Nittany Lions' 12-game winning streak.
Stephens scored five points and had 11 rebounds and Jacki Gulczynski added 16 for Wisconsin (10-11, 2-6 Big Ten). The victory...
Iowa picked up a much-needed win Thursday night against visiting Penn State. HI was in the house and has interviews, the game story and the box score right here.