PENN STATE RUMORS & GOSSIP
Jay Paterno is targeting Penn State University in another lawsuit.
Mr. Paterno today filed a complaint in Philadelphia federal court, where he and fellow former assistant coach Bill Kenney are suing the university for improper termination.
Mr. Paterno and Mr. Kenney were not retained as assistant coaches by Penn State coach Bill O’Brien in January 2012. They are seeking compensation...
Joe Paterno’s son, Jay, was an assistant coach at the time when the Jerry Sandusky child molestation charges were uncovered. Now Jay and another former assistant coach, Bill Kennedy, are suing Penn State for wrongful termination. The pair claim that the university unfairly linked them to Jerry Sandusky’s child molestation charges and would like a sum of $1 million and a statement...
Penn State picked up verbal commitments early Saturday afternoon from New Jersey wide receiver Irvin Charles and Pittsburgh Woodland Hills' running back Miles Sanders, per Internet reports.
Charles, from Haddonfield, N.J., will be a member of the Nittany Lions' Class of 2015, and Sanders will be in the Class of 2016.
Former LSU quarterback Rob Bolden has a new home: Eastern Michigan.
Bolden, a Michigan native who spent his first two college seasons at Penn State before joining the Tigers, transferred to Eastern Michigan, the school announced Friday.
Bolden came to LSU in 2012 and played that position for two years before moving to wide receiver during spring practice. He never played a down for the Tigers.
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Penn State freshman running back Nick Scott posted a photo of his helmet with numbers on the side on Instagram and it obviously sent Nittany Lions fans into a frenzy and speculating whether or not this will be a permanent change. It’s not the first time that the Nittany Lions have had numbers on their […]
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The moment that Penn State freshman RB Nick Scott posted a photo of a Nittany Lions helmet with his No. 24 on it, fans immediately started speculating about a change in lids.
Will Penn State be wearing helmets with numbers during the 2014 season?
It's a 12-game season for most Penn State football players but it's more like three or four games, best case, for Nittany Lions' senior guard Miles Dieffenbach.
Dieffenbach, a returning starter and a team leader, confirmed Saturday morning that the knee injury he suffered in spring was extensive and required surgery to repair a damaged anterior cruciate ligament (ACL...
Adam McLean, a four-star defensive end recruit from Bethesda, Maryland, showcased his new Penn State haircut at Nike’s The Opening event this week in Beaverton, Oregon. Although McLean pulled his hamstring during the 40-yard-dash on the first-day of The Opening, there’s no question he caught the eye of college football fans across the country. #WeAre DL […]
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Class of 2015 defensive lineman Adam McLean is in Oregon this week for The Opening. The four-star recruit, according to the 247 Sports composite ranking, left no mistake just where he is heading for college next year. Check out this awesome haircut.
#WeAre DL commit Adam McLean (@MoneyMakeinAdam) is out w/ a hammy. But the fresh cut is still turning heads. https://t.co/gSg7AJ6I5h...
Penn State 2015 defensive tackle commit Adam McLean is at The Opening this week. While it is unfortunate that the four-star Maryland native can’t compete in any of the drills due to a hamstring injury — especially because he’s the 13th best defensive tackle in America, according to 247 Sports — McLean is still turning heads with an awesome Penn State themed haircut. It features...
The offseason is starting to shift into full preview mode for college football fans, which is fantastic. Hopefully, this means no more rankings of scoreboards and more discussion on wins and losses, key players and so on. This morning this tweet from Philadelphia sports radio station 94 WIP caught my eye while I was writing something up about Louisville’s black out uniforms;
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We all know the guys across the street can recruit, but Penn State basketball and coach Patrick Chambers are assembling an impressive recruiting class of their own already in the early stages of the 2015 recruiting cycle. That now-three-member class got its highest-ranked prospect to date last night, as four-star shooting guard Josh Reaves from Oak Hill Academy in Virginia announced...