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Penn State Names Its Captains For 2016 Season

Three players have been named Penn State captains for the 2016 college football season. Your Penn State captains for this year are a trio of seniors: offensive lineman Brian Gaia, linebacker Brandon Bell and special teams stalwart/linebacker Von Walker. The threesome were voted on by their teammates and coaches. Walker is a captain for a second-straight season. “These captains...
Via College Spun
August 24, 2016  |  Discuss

Brandon Bell, Brian Gaia, and Von Walker Named Penn State’s 2016 Team Captains

The three seniors were officially named team captains earlier today Earlier today, Penn State football officially announced their 2016 team captains: Senior linebackers Brandon Bell and Von Walker and senior center Brian Gaia. These designations are no doubt well-deserved for all three of these seniors. Bell committed to Penn State during the magical 2012 season, taking a leap...
Via Black Shoe Diaries
August 23, 2016

Penn State thinks Saquon Barkley is the best running back

Penn State head coach James Franklin and offensive lineman Brian Gaia talk about sophomore running back Saquon Barkley.
Via CSN Chicago
August 04, 2016

WATCH: FB: On Set - BTN Live w/ Penn State Players

Brandon Bell, Brian Gaia and Nyeem Wartman-White join the BTN Live set during Big Ten Football Media Days in Chicago.

Penn State names starting left tackle

Penn State football coach James Franklin told reporters this week his offensive line is nearly set for the season opener against Temple.  Paris Palmer, a 6-foot-7, 288-pound junior-college transfer, is the No. 1 left tackle, joining a group that returns mostly intact from last season.  Palmer was generally considered the favorite to claim that job heading into camp, but Franklin...
Via FOX Sports
August 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Penn State Football: Three reasons the offensive line will improve

Penn State’s achilles heel last season was no secret, but Penn State has been very proactive in going about fixing the offensive line, and should make for a much improved unit in 2015. Here are three reasons why the Penn State offensive line will be better this coming season. 1. More experience Any way you slice it, the Penn State offensive line will be a more experienced unit...
Via isportsweb.com
March 16, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Penn State Offensive Lineman Blocks Teammate as Running Back Gets Stuffed in the Backfield

Penn State had a lot of trouble controlling the line of scrimmage Saturday against Northwestern, but it wasn't due to a lack of trying. No, the problem--at least on this play--was the effort was wasted on the wrong person. For some odd reason Brian Gaia (72) got locked on to Andrew Nelson (59).In the process their poor running back was eatten alive by a Northwestern defensive lineman...
Via FatManWriting
September 27, 2014  |  Discuss
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