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Penn State has dismissed freshman defensive end Shawn Oakman from the football team for a violation of team rules. The school announced the dismissal Tuesday night and did not give details. Oakman, a 6-foot-9, 270-pound defensive end from The Lansdowne, sat out last season as a redshirt.
Penn State has dismissed freshman defensive end Shawn Oakman from the football team for a violation of team rules.
(Christian Hackenberg, Image courtesy of ARPreps.com)
Christian Hackenberg (Fort Union, VA), one of Penn State’s top two targets for QB in 2013, has committed to Penn State according to various websites. Hackenberg is 6’4”, 215 pounds and holds offers from Alabama, Florida, South Carolina and Tennessee, among others. Hackenberg becomes the first verbal commitment to Penn...
Three Penn State Nittany Lions have received No. 1 slots as the Big Ten has released its pre-seeds for the 2012 Big Ten Wrestling Championships.
The Penn State Nittany Lion wrestling team will head to West Lafayette, Ind., on March 3-4 to defend its conference crown at the 2012 Big Ten Wrestling Championships.
Redshirt freshman defensive end has been kicked off the Penn State football team. No specific reason was given for the move.
Cavaliers at Maryland Friday; at Penn State Sunday
Christian Hackenberg gave Penn State its quarterback early in the 2013 recruiting season when he gave a non-binding oral commitment Wednesday. The Fork Union (Va.) product told Scout.com why he made the decision.
(Ross Douglas, Image courtesy of UnderArmour)
Multiple websites are reporting that Ross Douglas (Avon, OH) has committed to the Nittany Lions. Douglas, a 5’10”, 180 pound defensive back recruit with 4.45 speed, becomes Penn State’s second verbal commitment of the 2013 class, and the second to pull the trigger today. He is considered to be a four-star athlete and had offers...
Penn State will do something it hasn't done in 40 years Wednesday when the Nittany Lions tip off against a surging Purdue in West Lafayette, Ind.