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Why Penn State can win the Leaders Division: Part 4Among the reasons Penn State can win the Leaders Division all of them have been based off of in house success. The other teams in the division will also shape out how successful Penn state can become. Case and point are the Wisconsin Badgers. They are entering a season without Quarterback Russell Wilson and his presence will be missed. Enter ACC transfer Danny O’Brien, who choose Wisconsin over Penn State in the off season. O’Brien was one of the most sought after transfers coming out of Maryland. He lost the starting position in Maryland to C.J. Brown and has gone through three different offensive systems in three seasons. David Jones agrees that O’Brien is no Russell Wilson.
Well, Penn State’s most obvious rival for Leaders Division honors has another immigrant from the ACC installed as its quarterback. And former Maryland Terrapin Danny O’Brien, the ACC freshman of the year in 2010, has the potential to be a quality starting Bi...
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Why Penn State can win the Leaders Divison Part 3The schedule a team faces can tell a lot about where a team stands in the mess that is college football. This may be true for Penn State more than other teams because of the new regime. This new regime headed by coach O’Brien could not have asked for a better schedule. Combining challenging teams such as Virginia, Navy and Temple...
After the prosecution rested earlier Monday morning, the defense team for Jerry Sandusky took their turn. The first witness they called was former Penn State assistant coach Dick Anderson. Anderson testified about the busy schedule that Penn State coaches had presumably to prove that Sandusky didn’t have the time to commit the crimes he’s charged with.
But the most eye-opening...
Just when you thought the details of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, and the Penn State cover-up of his alleged child rape couldn’t offend your sensibilities and morals any further, we learned today during the Sandusky trial that other coaches, in addition to Jerry Sandusky used to shower with little boys in Happy Valley.
Yes, this only gets creepier, sicker and weirder. Apparently...
Newark (N.J.) Shabazz High linebacker Al-Rasheed Benton made his first trip to Penn State since he was offered last month. He camped Saturday and spoke with the coaching staff, and then updated Scout.com on his recruitment.
2013 running back Keith Watkins only camped a half day at Penn State’s second Advanced Skill Camp on Saturday, but the Moeller High (Cincinnati, Ohio) prospect stood out, in part due to his versatile play. He can play running back, defensive back, and return kicks, as well.
Check out photographer Harvey Levine's work from Bill O'Brien's second Advanced Skills Camp of the summer.
Darren Rovell, CNBC's sports business analyst, provides plenty of information to his mass of Twitter followers but every now and then he will share some insight that just makes you wonder why he felt the need to tweet it.
Yesterday he was briefly discussing Penn State and season ticket sales for Penn State. Of course, yesterday was the first day student tickets went on sale...
FOS recruiting reporter Greg Pickel tackles the event, which was held Saturday on campus. Get his quick-hitting thoughts on key prospects and more.
Friends and ex-colleagues of Jerry Sandusky testified Monday on
behalf of the former Penn State assistant football coach as his
defense sought to counter prosecution witnesses' claims that he
sexually abused boys in the shower on Penn State's campus.
Quince Orchard High( Gaithersburg, Md.) linebacker Marcus Newby visited Penn State, Nebraska and Oklahoma and is planning trips to West Virginia, Rutgers and Maryland. He spoke to Scout.com about where he went, and why he is heading to the other schools.
Haverford (Pa.) School linebacker Matt Galambos had a busy weekend. He camped at Penn State and was offered by Rutgers, and he spoke to Scout.com about both schools.
Accused Penn State pedophile Jerry Sandusky came off a lot creepier
in an exclusive sit-down with NBC last November than anyone knew,
but the Peacock Network oddly chose not to air what sounds a lot
like an admission of guilt â and now prosecutors
want the whole transcript.
The prosecution has rested its case in the trial of former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky after a week of at times was graphic testimony of alleged sexual encounters with children.
(via Yahoo! Sports)
Class of 2014 defensive tackle from Virginia was one of the standouts at Penn State's Advanced Skills Camp Saturday.