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Penn State 20, Army 14: Defense holds on for ugly win

Winning isn’t always pretty, and maybe that’s OK Quick Hits Penn State plays without Akeel Lynch and Saquon Barkley Defense forces three turnovers for third straight week Penn State 4-0 in Beaver Stadium for first time since 2008 Penn State’s defense had to be up to the task physically and mentally against Army. Safe to say the defense passed the test presented by the Black...
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October 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Penn State: 1/3 season grades

When you were in school, every quarter of the year you got a report card with grades on it telling you how good you did in every subject. Well here’s my first quarter grades for the Nittany Lions. Offense Let’s start with QB Christain  Hackenberg. The signal caller had a rough game to start the season against Temple, getting sacked 10 times and throwing an interception with...
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October 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Morning Cup of Joe: Bowl projectors have Penn State heading to Music City Bowl

There are worse places in the country to go than Nashville… like Detroit Penn State is 3-1 after picking up a third consecutive victory over the weekend against San Diego State. The win came at a cost with injuries mounting up. Among the players injured in the game were running backs Akeel Lynch and Saquon Barkley. Lynch’s injury looked to be the more serious of the two, as...
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September 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Penn State review #3: Rutgers

Penn State hosted its first B1G opponent of the year last night in Rutgers, and here’s how it went: 0 sacks allowed 330 rushing yards 28 points on the board In other words.. It was a pretty good night to be a Nittany Lion and the Stripe out was pretty cool. The offense manufactured four scoring drives, all rushing scores (2 by Barkley, 1 by Lynch, 1 by Thompkins). The defense was...
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September 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Penn State looking for offensive stability against Buffalo

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) Buffalo, New York, will always be a special place for Akeel Lynch. In high school, the Penn State junior running back decided to move south from his family's home in Toronto to chase his dream of playing American football. That dream involved Lynch as a chain-moving back in a prolific offense, something he has yet to be at Penn State. Lynch will get another...
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September 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Freshmen to keep an eye on

Penn State is coming off one of its best recruiting classes in recent memory, and some of those guys are ready to make an impact. Wide receivers Brandon Polk and Juwan Johnson will not be redshirted and will add to an already very deep unit. Polk was one of the fastest players in his recruiting class, while Johnson is a big target at 6’4 213. The two will likely only see playing...
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August 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Lynch ready to lead Penn State on, off field

Now an elder statesman in the running backs room, Akeel Lynch intends to have a breakout year for Penn State in 2015.  He also knows he needs to impart as much wisdom as he can to the rest of the players at his position -- all of whom are redshirt or true freshmen.  "A lot has changed in the past years," Lynch told "A lot of responsibilities have gone onto my shoulders...
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July 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Freshman looking to make impact at running back for Penn State

Penn State appears set to have Akeel Lynch as its starting tailback this fall, but such a demanding position generally demands multiple contributors.  Never can a college football team have too many weapons, either, which is why Saquon Barkley has high hopes for getting heavily involved as a true freshman.  PSU strength and conditioning coach Dwight Galt told the Allentown Morning...
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July 13, 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

Video: Joey Bosa Overpowers RB Akeel Lynch, Notches Game-Winning Sack In 2OT

Penn State gave Ohio State all it could handle at Beaver Stadium Saturday night, but in the end, it was the Buckeyes who made just one more play than the Nittany Lions. That play, which came in double-overtime with OSU leading 31-24, involved defensive lineman Joey Bosa, one of the best players in the country, overpowering PSU running back Akeel Lynch for a game-winning sack. Here’s...
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October 26, 2014  |  Discuss

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