Monthly Archives: November 2010

Lions honored by conference

Stefen Wisniewski has received another honor. After being named first-team All-American by the American Football Coaches Association earlier this week, the Nittany Lions’ senior right guard earned first-team 2010 All-Big Ten honors as well. Senior running back Evan Royster, shown … Continue reading

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A look at PSU’s new recruit

Penn State picked up another wide receiver recruit this week in Allen Robinson. The 6-foot-3, 185-pounder goes to St Mary’s Prep in Orchard Lake, Mich., the same high school that Penn State freshman quarterback Rob Bolden attended. To get a … Continue reading

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Lions Florida-bound, but where?

In one of the most jumbled Big Ten standings in years, an apparently muddy bowl picture probably only comes down to two choices for Penn State. Play South Carolina in the Outback Bowl. Or play Florida in the Gator Bowl. … Continue reading

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Lions add recruits, not star power

We know that those fickle “star ratings” placed on high school football players by recruiting gurus don’t always mean a lot. But it is a guide post. As are the kind of scholarship offers the player holds. And if those … Continue reading

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Penn State chat – Nov. 29

Penn State football chat 11/29

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Video: Meet the Hard Hat Man

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Flags keep coming

The mistake-proof Nittany Lions continue to get flagged at an alarming rate. And it’s hurting them. Already hit with six penalties for 42 yards through three quarters, safety Malcolm Willis was flagged for 15 more yards for a late hit … Continue reading

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Time for Bolden?

It could be just one of those days. Just a tough time for an inexperienced quarterback against a better-than-average defense. Whatever the case, it could be time to change Penn Starter Matt McGloin for Rob Bolden, the true freshman. After … Continue reading

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Lions not taking advantage

The opportunities certainly were there for the Penn State offense in the first half. But despite the open receivers and cushy running lanes, the Lions have only three points to show for themselves — and a big part of that … Continue reading

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Mistake-prone Lions

Penn State has been about the best in the nation over the past few years at not committing penalties. And then comes today in Beaver Stadium … The Nittany Lions were flagged an uncharacteristic four times for 30 yards in … Continue reading

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