Monthly Archives: May 2013

Bob Costas mediates pro-Paterno discussion and Freeh Report debate

Bob Costas gave members of the pro-Paterno camp time to speak their minds about the Freeh Report and their new lawsuit against the NCAA.

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Joe Paterno, Penn State supporters to unveil lawsuit on Bob Costas show tonight

Another lawsuit against the NCAA, which is based upon the Freeh Report, NCAA sanctions and Joe Paterno, will be unveiled tonight on Bob Costas’ NBC Sports show.

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Penn State to change football jerseys for 2013 season

Penn State expects to unveil another change to its football uniform jerseys for the upcoming season.

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Penn State football chat, 8 p.m., May 20

Join beat reporter Frank Bodani from 8 to 9 p.m. Monday to chat about the latest with Penn State football, the Big Ten and the NCAA.

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Penn State defends itself against Sports Illustrated story

Sports Illustrated is releasing a story Wednesday that apparently is critical of Penn State’s medical care in its football program. Late Tuesday, before the story was released, Penn State struck back.

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Former Nittany Lions ink rookie deals with Minnesota Vikings

Former Penn State linebackers Mike Mauti and Gerald Hodges signed their rookie contracts to play for the Minnesota Vikings on Tuesday. Hodges was taken in the fourth round with the 120th overall pick of this year’s NFL draft. Mauti was … Continue reading

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Nine former Nittany Lions participate in NFL mini-camps

A number of former Nittany Lions are pushing forward with their NFL dreams. Nine players from Penn State participated in rookie minicamps this month. During last month’s NFL Draft, three Nittany Lions were selected, including first-team All-Big Ten defensive tackle … Continue reading

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A big recruiting day keeps Penn State rising, surprising

Bill and O’Brien and Penn State landed two more recruits on Friday, continuing their surge up the national rankings and surprising many in the midst of NCAA sanctions.

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A new Nittany Lion: Maryland safety Marcus Allen joins the fold

Penn State is more than half finished with its 2014 recruiting class with nine months to go.  Earlier today, Marlboro, Md. safety Marcus Allen gave his verbal commitment to Bill O’Brien, according to multiple recruiting sites — the eighth … Continue reading

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Scholarships at PSU have become a numbers game

PSU football expects to enter August with just 67 scholarship players. Frank Bodani and Jim Seip discuss how this will affect recruiting. Versatility will be a key word for PSU moving forward. By Jim Seip, York Daily Record, May 8, 2013

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