Found August 27, 2012 on
Changes are in the air at Penn State for this year's upcoming football season, and one of them will be of unique interest to Red Sox fans. The school is discontinuing its tradition of singing "Sweet Caroline" during games due to concerns raised by school officials in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, according to The Altoona Mirror. In particular, the school was worried that the "touching me, touching you" lyrics of the song would be pereceived as inappropriate in the wake of PSU's child sex abuse scandal. The Neil Diamond hit, sung at Fenway Park every game during...
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Penn State is sticking with kicker Sam Ficken.
The sophomore had an extra-point attempt blocked and missed four kicks in last week's 17-16 loss at Virginia, including the potential game-winner from 42 yards in a heavy drizzle.
Coach Bill O'Brien said Tuesday that Ficken is working hard to improve. He said everything else needs to get better, too, like the protection, snaps...
As students head back to State College, Pennsylvania to start their fall semesters at Penn State this week, one particular student’s experience may be more memorable than others; but not for a good reason.
Justin Strine, a model student, and member of the University’s ROTC program, spent much of his summer in jail and recently saw his dreams of being an officer in the military...
Get the latest on the Nittany Lion squad from senior linebacker Michael Mauti here.