Monthly Archives: April 2009

Penn State’s free agents

At least 10 Nittany Lions have signed free agent contracts with NFL teams in the past week. The Carolina Panthers have picked up both offensive tackle Gerald Cadogan and safety Anthony Scirrotto. The rest of the group includes cornerback Tony … Continue reading

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He’s back …

It was quite a welcome home party for Sean Lee. The All-America hopeful at linebacker put on a jersey in Beaver Stadium on Saturday afternoon, a year after sustaining a knee injury that wiped out his 2008 season. He was … Continue reading

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Bowman gets an earful

All-America candidate Navorro Bowman emerged from the Centre County Courthouse Annex with a stern warning, extended probation — and another chance. The Penn State linebacker offered this promise to Judge Bradley Lunsford after he was sentenced to another 12 months … Continue reading

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Hull is confident

The Penn State linebackers are supposed to be one of the top groups in the nation. And former walk-on Josh Hull sees himself as a major part of that. The thing is, he could well get his chance again come … Continue reading

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Bowman in more trouble?

Navorro Bowman, an All-American candidate at linebacker for the Nittany Lions, may have more legal trouble to deal with, according to a State College-area TV station. Bowman, a junior this fall, faces a hearing today in Centre County Court concerning … Continue reading

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PSU, Rutgers to meet again

Penn State will be playing Rutgers again in football — which is a lot more interesting since former Penn Stater Greg Schiano has built the Scarlet Knights into a winner. The Nittany Lions will play at Rutgers on Sept. 13, … Continue reading

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Wallace hurting; Powell OK

Penn State’s rebuilding secondary has already suffered a potentially serious setback with cornerback A.J. Wallace pulling a hamstring during spring workouts. Fortunately, at least, it appears that receiver Chaz Powell has escaped a significant injury. But let’s start with the … Continue reading

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The Penn State camps are back

Nearly 3,000 high school football players from around the country will, once again, participate in Penn State’s summer football camps. There will be five different camp opportunities on campus in June, including the popular “seniors-only camp.”

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Happy New Year’s Alamo Bowl

The upcoming Alamo Bowl will be played in January for the first time. The bowl game, which matches teams from the Big Ten and Big 12 conferences, will be played on Jan. 2, starting at 9 p.m. Eastern Time, according … Continue reading

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Top QB now looking around

Penn State’s newest prized quarterback isn’t quite sure enough about Penn State anymore. At least not just yet. Pittsburgh-area high school junior Paul Jones, who is rated as one of the nation’s top quarterback prospects, has told the Nittany Lion … Continue reading

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