Monthly Archives: June 2013

Penn State athletes, coaches nominated for Big Ten Network awards

Nine Penn State athletes, coaches and teams were nominated for the Big Ten Network Awards Show, which will air at 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 26. The Big Ten Conference awards announcement for the best female and male student-athletes will highlight … Continue reading

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Sue Paterno, Franco Harris to headline fundraisers for cancer patients

The Eileen Morgan Foundation is raising money for cancer vi

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Penn State gives Bill O’Brien the big raise that was needed

The big raise: While Penn State rewards Bill O’Brien for a job well done, it also attempts to keep him from the NFL a little while longer.

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Former Penn State football players, 325 strong, support Paterno lawsuit, fight NCAA

A few weeks after Joe Paterno supporters filed suit against the NCAA, 325 former Penn State football players signed a letter in support of the action.

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Penn State football chat, 8 p.m., June 17

We’ll be chatting about Penn State football again on Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m. Bring your thoughts and questions on recruiting, preseason position battles and where the Lions will finish in 2013.

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Math “genius” John Urschel is a pretty good football player … and more

John Urschel’s story goes beyond even his most impressive academic achievements. He’s a really good offensive lineman at Penn State … and more.

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Bags prohibited in Beaver Stadium, at all Penn State athletic events

Penn State has instituted a “no-bag policy” for Beaver Stadium and all athletic events this fall, part of a nationwide push to enhance security since the Boston Marathon bombing.

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Tickets go on sale for Penn State’s season-opener at MetLife Stadium

The public can begin buying tickets Monday for Penn State’s season-opener against Syracuse at MetLife Stadium.

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Florida quarterback Michael O’Connor chooses Nittany Lions

Penn State landed Bradenton, Fla., quarterback Michael O’Connor on Saturday, the Nittany Lions’ 11th verbal commitment of the 2014 class. The 6-foot-4, 225-pound pro-style quarterback is rated as a four-star recruit by Rivals.com and 247sports.com and as a three-star prospect … Continue reading

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Penn State loses backup Nate Cadogan

Coach Bill O’Brien confirmed Friday that defensive tackle Nate Cadogan left the team for personal reasons. Cadogan, a fifth-year senior, had already earned his degree. The Portsmouth, Ohio, native had bounced around positions since his arrival on campus, entering the … Continue reading

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