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Penn State literally buried game film from Temple game

After losing to Temple and looking a lot like a Pop Warner team in this past Saturday’s season opener, the Penn State Nittany Lions did the one thing they could do as a team to move on from such a loss: literally bury the tape and hope that it doesn’t rise up to haunt them again. Safety Jordan Lucas confirmed this to ESPN’s Josh Moyer, who shared the humorous tidbit on Twitter...
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September 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Penn State literally buried game tape of horrible loss to Temple

Penn State’s football team has buried the game tape from its season-opening loss to Temple.  Literally.  Nittany Lions’ safety Jordan Lucas said today that the team took a shovel, dug a hole in the practice field, put the game tape in the hole and covered it up.  Penn State safety Jordan Lucas says the team literally buried the Temple tape on the practice field — like...
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September 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Penn State football position preview: Defensive backs

Much like the other position groups on the Penn State defense, the defensive backfield is talented, experienced and ready to dominate in 2015. Penn State returns three official starters from last year’s group, but Jordan Lucas moved to safety to fill Adrian Amos’ spot and Marcus Allen started the second half of the season after Ryan Keiser’s injury. Trevor Williams returns...
August 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Penn State's Lucas reportedly gearing up for multiple roles

Last year, Jordan Lucas started cornerback for Penn State. This spring he played safety. This fall could he play both?  Fight On State reports that is a possibility along with other options for the senior from New Rochelle, N.Y.  Lucas had 58 tackles last season and led the team with nine pass breakups.  He has started 24 of the last 25 Penn State games at cornerback and was a...
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August 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Penn State’s Jordan Lucas takes photos with Big 10 mascots

Penn State safety Jordan Lucas was on a mission at Big 10 Media Day. And it had nothing to do with football. Lucas thought it would be cool to take a picture with every Big 10 mascot at media day. You may be surprised to hear who his favorite mascot is besides the Nittany Lion in the video below thanks to Cover your ears Penn State fans. Lucas has been a key cog for...
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August 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: Penn State Safety Jordan Lucas Made It His Quest To Meet Every Big Ten Mascot At Media Days

While fans want to hear about their favorite teams’ prospects for the upcoming season at media days, Penn State safety Jordan Lucas was more concerned about his personal quest to meet every conference mascot. PennLive followed Lucas as he tried to get a picture with each of the mascots. Some seemed a bit hesitant to help out a PSU player, but ultimately it looks like he did pretty...
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August 03, 2015  |  Discuss

PSU DC has high hopes for young cornerbacks

Penn State returns both starting cornerbacks from last season, but there is an open spot created by the move of Jordan Lucas to safety this spring. Even with sophomore Grant Haley expected to claim that slot opposite returning starter Trevor Williams, there could be concerns as far as depth -- or maybe not. Defensive coordinator John Shoop likes the look of incoming freshmen Garrett...
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April 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Penn State Football recruiting: NSD wraps up 2015 class

By the end of National Signing Day, Penn State got every piece to the puzzle in its 2015 recruiting class. The class of 2015 marks the first full recruiting class for head coach James Franklin at the helm, includes a full compliment of 25 signees, and should easily finish among the top 20 classes nationally according to multiple recruiting services. While Penn State almost entered...
February 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Penn State Football postion recap: Secondary

Much like the linebacker group, Penn State knew it would have experience and production from likes of its secondary going into 2014, and the unit didn’t disappoint. Penn State finished 11th in the nation in pass defense, allowing just 185 yards per game, which was a vast improvement upon the 58th ranked pass defense of a year ago. The marked improvement can be pointed to more...
January 28, 2015  |  Discuss

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