Penn State Football: Breneman to UMass, recruiting update

The football career of former Penn State tight end Adam Breneman looks like it isn’t over after all. Breneman, a top recruit in Penn State’s 2013 recruiting class, had announced his decision to retire from football following the 2015 season due to nagging knee injuries, but took to Twitter on Tuesday night to announce his plans to return to football. #FireTheMusket pic.twitter...
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Adam Brenaman continuing football career at UMass

Tight end Adam Breneman was one of the key recruits secured by former Penn State head coach Bill O’Brien in the Class of 2012. Injuries would get in the way of what would have been a dynamic career with the Nittany Lions and it was thought Breneman had been forced into early retirement from the game. However, this fall, Breneman will return to the college football field, although...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

Penn State TE announces the end of his football career

Another of the pillars of a Penn State recruiting class that stuck together after crippling sanctions hit the program has played his last game as a Nittany Lion. Adam Breneman announced via a news release from the school that chronic knee problems have ended his football playing career. A junior from Mechanicsburg, Pa., Breneman played in only two games this past season after...
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January 07, 2016  |  Discuss

Chronic knee injury ends Penn State TE Adam Breneman’s career

Penn State tight end Adam Breneman’s playing career is over due to a chronic knee injury, according to a press release from the university. Breneman, a former four-star recruit from the Harrisburg area, did not play at all in 2014 and was limited to two games in 2015. In his college career, he had 15 catches for 186 yards and three touchdowns. The school said that Breneman, who...
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January 07, 2016  |  Discuss

Penn State tight ends eager to show what they can do

With playing time likely available this fall, a pair of tight ends who were highly regarded recruits are both looking for breakout seasons at Penn State this fall.  For Adam Breneman, that means proving he is fully recovered from knee problems that made him decide to sit out last season as a medical redshirt.   He told the Allentown Morning Call he "felt methodical and slow" during...
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July 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Penn State Football: Takeaways from spring game

James Franklin is a smart man, he knows that Rome wasn’t built in one day –and his 2015 Penn State football team won’t be any different. Chrisitan Hackenberg played three quarters in leading the Blue team to a 17-7 win over the White team on Saturday at Beaver Stadium in front of 68, 000 Penn State fans. The junior signal caller wasn’t supposed to play that much, but a last...
April 20, 2015  |  Discuss

PSU Players Akeel Lynch, Adam Breneman Have A Message For The Naysayers

Saturday night, Penn State played in its first postseason game in three years, defeating Boston College in a wild Pinstripe Bowl that went into overtime. It was an emotional victory for the Nittany Lions’ players, who, through no fault of their own, were forced to deal with a multi-year bowl ban and reduced scholarships as a result of the Jerry Sandusky scandal.  After the game...
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December 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Penn State TE Breneman likely needs knee surgery, expected to miss season

Penn State tight end Adam Breneman likely needs surgery on an old knee injury and he's expected to miss this season, a source tells FOX Sports. The former five-star recruit, a sophomore, suffered the injury back in high school and has been dealing with nagging problems with it since. Tight end is PSU's deepest position and Breneman does have a redshirt season to use. Breneman had...
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August 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Penn State TE Adam Breneman sidelined

Per Penn State release… “Penn State football coach James Franklin announced today that tight end Adam Breneman (Mechanicsburg) will be out indefinitely with an injury. Coach Franklin asked that the public support and respect Adam and his family’s privacy.” That’s a major bummer, dude.
Via Nittany Lions Den
August 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Badgers have problems to fix on defense before Capital One Bowl

MADISON, Wis. -- Four plays into one of the most importantgames of the season, and something wasn't right with Wisconsin's defense. Inthe span of less than two minutes, the Badgers already had surrendered theirlongest play of the season after Penn State tight end Adam Breneman escaped amissed tackle to score a 68-yard touchdown.Wisconsin didn't see the wake-up call until the game...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
December 09, 2013  |  Discuss

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