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Chafie Fields’ energy changed on the way to the stadium.
Fields, one of Penn State’s most accomplished wide receivers, says he always tried to avoid all the pageantry that overtook campus and the community leading up to a big game for the Nittany Lions. 806 more words
With the last year of this decade upon us and another football season rapidly approaching (although to college football fans, not rapidly enough), this gives us an opportunity to consider which Penn State home game at Beaver Stadium is the reigning game of the decade going into 2019. 1,259 more words
Joe Paterno had plenty of national championship-worthy teams during his lengthy coaching career, but he only saw his team crowned national champion twice. In 1982, the Nittany Lions went 11-1 and defeated… 1,704 more words
On this episode of the Chase Down Podcast, Chase Senior catches up with former Penn State, NFL quarterback and West Scranton native, Matt McGloin.
Matt tells us what he’s up to these days and talks about his come up in West Scranton, walking on at Penn State then securing the starting role, playing for Joe Paterno, then stating under Bill O’Brien after the sanctions hit and the ups and downs he experienced during his NFL career. 48 more words