Monthly Archives: June 2010

Penn State-Syracuse set for Meadowlands in 2013

From a PSU news release: A traditional college football rivalry will resume in 2013 when Penn State and Syracuse will clash at the New Meadowlands Stadium. Penn State Director of Athletics Tim Curley, Syracuse Director of Athletics Dr. Daryl Gross … Continue reading

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Cappelletti in the lead

Penn State’s John Cappelletti has a narrow lead heading into the final month of the Big Ten Icons “Bobblethon.” The Nittany Lions’ only Heisman Trophy winner leads Michigan’s Charles Woodson. The Big Ten bobblehead that receives the most clicks by … Continue reading

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It’s time to worry about Penn State recruiting

Now might be good time to start getting concerned. We’re talking about Penn State recruiting and one of the slowest starts to a class in recent memory. People are starting to notice how the Nittany Lions are the only FBS … Continue reading

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Spotlight on PSU recruiting: Darian Cooper

Recruiting has not only become a 12 month-a-year business for college football coaches, it’s also blossomed into a second season of sorts for fans. But just who are the national stars and little-known projects the Nittany Lions are targeting for … Continue reading

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Like father, like son

When Joe Paterno decided to become a coach, he told his father it was a temporary arrangement. Angelo Paterno still wasn’t thrilled, since he sent his son to law school with the hopes he would someday follow in his footsteps. … Continue reading

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Party with Phil Grosz

The York County Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association will hold a kickoff event for the upcoming football season on Thursday, Aug. 19, at the Penn State York Conference Center. The event will honor Phil Grosz, owner and publisher … Continue reading

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Wiz in running for Outland Trophy

Penn State All-America candidate Stefen Wisniewski has been named to the Outland Trophy “watch list” for the second-straight year. The award goes to the nation’s top interior lineman. Wisniewski, a senior guard, has been selected as a first team preseason … Continue reading

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Spotlight on PSU recruiting: Rob Burns

Recruiting has not only become a 12 month-a-year business for college football coaches, it’s also blossomed into a second season of sorts for fans. But just who are the national stars and little-known projects the Nittany Lions are targeting for … Continue reading

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Glimpse of a young JoePa

Joe Paterno, shown back row, left, started as an assistant coach at Penn State 60 years ago. This photo was taken of Paterno and the rest of the coaching staff in the summer of 1950. It’s the earliest known photo … Continue reading

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Penn State podcast: Big Ten expansion thoughts

Beat reporter Frank Bodani and copy editor Dave Sottile discuss Nebraska’s move to the Big Ten and take a look at where the conference is going in the Penn State podcast. Powered by Podbean.com

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