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Kevin Fitzgerald and Andrew Kanell bring you a jam packed episode of Fizz Radio where Penn State running back Curtis Dukes joins the program to explain his choice to stay a Nittany Lion instead of transferring to SU. Plus, Doug Marrone talks to D.A. about why he’s frustrated and how he’ll approach things differently this time around. Kanell and Fitz discuss the newest arrivals to campus including Georgia runningback prospect George Morris.
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Penn State RB Curtis Dukes tells The Fizz he is staying in Happy Valley, and will not join Syracuse. Last night, after things had cooled down over the last 48 hours on the possible transfer front, Dukes confirmed to us via text that none his potential landing schools followed up, and that he will remain a Nittany Lion for his final two years of eligibility.
The big question on all Penn State football fans minds following player transfers this past week in wake of NCAA sanction is simple: what next?
What next in the Nittany Lions’ backfield, where 1,200 yard rusher Silas Redd is gone and off to Southern California. Also on offense, quarterback Rob Bolden left for LSU and tight end Kevin Haplea bolted to Florida State. On defense,...
The rumored transfer of Penn State refugee Justin Brown to Oklahoma became official Saturday, according to ESPN's Joe Schad.
Brown was the Nittany Lions' top receiver a year ago, which on its face, sounds a lot like a "tallest midget" kind of thing if you know anything about PSU's offense. I asked my buddy and Penn St. expert Kevin McGuire of Nittany...
The Penn State Nittany Lions are finally back on the practice field following a turbulent offseason.
Bill O'Brien opened his first training camp Monday as head coach with morning drills. It's also the first formal workout since strict NCAA sanctions including a four-year bowl ban and significant scholarship declines were leveled for the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal...
Comedians are supposed to push the boundaries of good taste, and that’s exactly what Jeffrey Ross did when he showed up to Comedy Central’s taping of the roast of Roseanne Barr dressed as late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno. Ross accentuated the costume with two young men clad in football helmets and towels and nothing else.
The raunchy comic even had a great...
Penn State transfer linebacker Khairi Fortt was too "immature" to move across the country coming out of high school, but is looking forward to playing at California.
Penn State wide receiver Justin Brown will transfer to Oklahoma, per Joe Schad.
Penn State Sr WR Justin Brown has told Oklahoma coaches he will transfer there. Plans to arrive Monday.
— Joe Schad (@schadjoe) August 5, 2012
The loss of Brown puts Penn State's offense in even more trouble heading in to 2012 as he was the only returning receiver with any sort of real...
Penn State transfer Silas Redd could be the missing puzzle piece found for a USC team hyped to make a run to a Pac-12 and even national championship. Look inside for the more on Redd, and the top storylines of Fall Camp.
Going to CA for your career? TRAITOR!The young men who came to play football for your school are not, in fact, doing so out of a deep and abiding wonder of being your personal puppets, or out of a need to join the vast tapestry of the team's history.Nor did they, in all likelihood, dream of wearing your laundry as the final point of their football playing life, with no regard...
There have been a number of Penn State hype videos heading in to the 2012 season already, including this one and this one. Well, here is one more to add to the YouTube play list.
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See the Nittany Lions in action during their first day of preseason practice on campus.
After a difficult offseason, Penn State's first-year coach and his team open training camp for the 2012 campaign.
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[caption id="attachment_2211" align="alignleft" width="300"] Given Penn State's four consecutive national women's volleyball titles from 2007 to 2010, plus former Nittany Lions Megan Hodge (left) and Christa Harmotto (middle) on the U.S. Olympic team, PSU could re-brand itself as the home of women's volleyball.[/caption]
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