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Coaching Perspective - Penn State

We all know Joe Pa is the number one coach in Nittany Lion history but who else would be on the PSU mount Rushmore?  I’m sure Lion fans know but the rest of us, not so much.  670 more words


Who and What are the College Football Bluebloods? Penn State Edition

Last week I took a look at what constitutes a “blueblood” college football program and set the barest minimum threshold at eight teams. I also concluded that while those eight teams have to be considered college football’s bluebloods by any strict standard, there are certainly more programs worth the title by other reasonable standards. 1,801 more words


2015 College Football Preview: Penn State Nittany Lions

Ohio State? Michigan State? Jim Harbaugh? Don’t forget about Penn State in the East.

By Pete Fiutak | @PeteFiutak

The horrors of the recent past might not be forgotten, but Penn State is moving on and, for good or bad, depending on your point of view, the focus on the football field is back solely on football. 3,060 more words


Blues Shoes

My new shoes came yesterday!  Can’t wait for the first HOME GAME!

I’m glad I ordered them when I did–I think they are sold out… 28 more words


Penn State Looking To Make Some Noise

 by George Remaily

Last season, the sanctions weighed against the Penn State Football Program and (in turn) head coach James Franklin were lifted early. This early reprieve created much excitement in Happy Valley as the team was given back the scholarships it was penalized and became Bowl Eligible that same 2014 season. 1,032 more words


Best Case / Worst Case / Prediction - Penn State

Penn State’s 2014 season was a lot like one of the girls Jerry dated in Seinfeld – the two face.  In certain light she is beautiful and at other times she is ugly.  1,226 more words


2016 No. 1 player in Pennsylvania, point guard Tony Carr, commits to Penn State

Rising senior point guard Tony Carr, ranked as the No. 1 player in Pennsylvania by the 247Sports Composite rankings, has committted to Penn State.

Carr, from Roman Catholic High in Philadelphia, chose the Nittany Lions over a number of other offers, including four from other Big Ten schools. 46 more words