Monthly Archives: November 2009

LIVE CHAT: Talk Penn State football at 8 p.m.

While the wait continues for Penn State, Frank continues to plug along. Ask about what bowl the Lions will play in, ask about recruits, ask about Charlie Weis. Doesn’t matter, just come ready with questions. Chat starts at 8 p.m. … Continue reading

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BCS watching for Lions

The official word on Penn State’s possible BCS bowl won’t be known for more than a week, until next Sunday. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t things to watch for now. Want the Nittany Lions in the biggest possible bowl? … Continue reading

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High marks for PSU

The Nittany Lions have the highest graduation rate of any football team in the Associated Press Top 25, according to the university. Penn State football players who enrolled in the fall of 2002 earned a federal graduation rate of 89 … Continue reading

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Listen to the newest YDR Penn State podcast

The York Daily Record’s Frank Bodani and Dave Sottile talk about the road to the postseason in this week’s Penn State podcast. Listen below:

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LIVE CHAT: Talk Penn State football at 8 p.m.

Frank Bodani is once again here to answer your Penn State football questions at 8 p.m. tonight. Lots to talk about with bowl and BCS possibilities, so come loaded. Read Frank’s Monday column here. We’ll see you at 8 p.m. … Continue reading

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The Drake produces

With Chaz Powell injured, many figured that Curtis Drake would be more involved in the offense this weekend, maybe more so than ever before. But a touchdown pass from the true freshman? Of course, the kid was a high school … Continue reading

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More Royster to come?

To be sure, the Penn State coaches know about Michigan State’s not-so-good pass defense. That’s why Daryll Clark and teammates have been trying to get things going through the air in the first half, which ended at 7-7. But, meanwhile, … Continue reading

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Finally breaking through

Slowly, bit by bit, the Penn State offense seemed to be gathering some momentum. And with 2:10 left before halftime Daryll Clark found a wide-open Andrew Quarless sprinting down the left sideline, hitting him in stride for the 29-yard touchdown. … Continue reading

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Really struggling

It’s safe to say that Penn State’s kicking game has been a significant disappointment this season. Collin Wagner just missed a 38-yard field goal midway through the second quarter that would have given the Nittany Lions a 3-0 lead. For … Continue reading

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Bowman leading the way

It’s the middle of the second quarter and Penn State’s Navorro Bowman continues to build his NFL resume. With the Penn State offense unable to sustain anything, Bowman has led the defensive charge to keep things scoreless. Already, the junior … Continue reading

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